The result of 22nd FIABCI Hungarian Prix d’Excellence
FIABCI Hungary has established the FIBCI Hungarian Prix d’Excellence under the name Hungarian Real Estate Development Award primarily with a view to facilitate the participation of Hungarian real estate developers in FIABCI World Prix d’Excellence. With this in mind, the jury of the Hungarian Award is assessing the projects according to the criteria of the international competition. It examines inter alia the overall concept, the merits of architecture, technical quality, implementation, level of economy and efficiency, environmental impact as well as community benefits, i.e. how the project serves the interests of its environment and improves living conditions. A basic principle is that it is not the size but the quality of the facility that matters. This is a competition where David can indeed defeat Goliath.
The Hungarian Real Estate Development Award is supported by the most important Hungarian professional organisations.
• Real Estate Developers’ Round Table Association
• National Federation of Hungarian Building Contractors
• Budapest Chamber of Commerce and Industry
• Association of Hungarian Hotels and Industry
• The Chamber of Hungarian Architects
• The Budapest Chamber of Architects
• The Association of Hungarian Architects
• Association of Hungarian Landscape Architects
• The Hungarian Society for Urban Planning
• The Hungary Green Building Council
• Media Group of Residential Market
This year is exceptionel due to the Covid 19.
FIABCI Hungary usually starts the organization of the FIABCI Hungarian Prix d’Excellence in April. This year in Hungary the situation was very bad. The first wave of the epidemy was on its highest level. The organizers of the Prix asked FIABCI members and all supporting organization’s leadership whether the Prix can be organized in this situation. The positive answers arrived within 24 hour.
Everybody promised to do their bests for succesfull organisation and it worked. There were 41 applicants, the highest number since the beginning of the 23 years history of the FIABCI Hungarian Prix d’Excellence.
Between the participants there were again a lot of nice refurbished historical buildings and sustainable developments. Traditionally there were offices, hotels, cultural establishments, schools and kinder gardens. It is a good news, that there were residential buildings , missing the last few years.
Two years ago the Bonarka City Centre and Bonarka Office Complex in Krakkow Poland was the first Hungarian development abroad, which took part in the FIABCI Hungarian Prix d’Excellence and has got a silver award of FIABCI World Prix d’Excellence. This year there is an office building constructed by a Hungarian developer in Cluj (Kolozsvár) in Rumania and a school in India on the mountain Himalaya. The solar school in Zangla - which use exception only solar energy for heating and lighting - was designed and constructed by Hungarian architects and the members of Körösi Csoma association. (Körösi Csoma was a Hungarian Traveller in 13th century who visited this region in India in his way to China).
All the projects, the winners, the e-book about the history of the Hungarian Award and the result of the XXII. FIABCI Hungarian Prix d’Excellence can be seen on the website of FIABCI Hungary www.fiabcimagyarorszag.hu.
The award ceremony was organized in the form of TV translation on 03.12.2020.
The result of the 22nd FIABCI Hungarian Prix d’Excellence
AND WINNER OF THE HERITAGE CONSERVATION CATEGORY AND THE HOTEL CATEGORY
Parizs Property Ltd.
for the Reconstruction of the Parisi Udvar Five-Star Hotel, Budapest
AND WINNER OF THE EDUCATIONAL CATEGORY
BKFK Budapest Development Agency Nonprofit Ltd.
for the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Campus Development – Establishment of Creative
Innovation Centre and Knowledge Park, Budapest
AND WINNER OF THE SPECIAL AWARD OF THE HUNGARIAN SOCIETY FOR URBAN PLANNING,
SPECIAL AWARD OF THE LAKASVASAR MEDIA GROUP, AND SPECIAL AWARD OF THE HUNGARIAN
ASSOCIATION OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS, AND THE BEST PROJECT BASED ON APPLICANTS’ VOTES
Arkt Epitesz Studio Ltd.
for the Treehouses Noszvaj
WINNER OF THE OFFICE CATEGORY AND WINNER OF THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CATEGORY
for the Corvin Technology Park, Budapest
WINNER OF THE RESIDENTIAL BUILDING CATEGORY
Metrodom Epitő Ltd. and Hajnal Epitesz Iroda Ltd.
for the Metrodom Panorama Residential Park, Budapest
WINNER OF THE INDUSTRIAL CATEGORY
for The Infrastructural Development of the Győr-Gonyű National Public Port
WINNER OF THE SPORTS CATEGORY AND WINNER OF THE SPECIAL AWARD OF THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF HUNGARIAN BUILDING CONTRACTORS
Budapest Development Agency Nonprofit Ltd.
for the Puskas Arena, Budapest
WINNER OF THE CULTURAL CATEGORY
for the Millennium House, Budapest
WINNER OF THE PURPOSE BUILT CATEGORY
Haris Park Ltd.
for Haris Park, Budapest
WINNER OF THE SPECIAL AWARD OF THE ASSOCIATION OF HUNGARIAN HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
P92 Pronay Castle Ltd.
for the Development of the Pronay Castle Event Venue and Hotel, Alsopeteny
WINNER OF THE SPECIAL AWARD OF THE CHAMBER OF ARCHITECTS OF HUNGARY
Municipality of the 13th District of Budapest
for the With a Slide to the Courtyard – Reconstruction of the 13th District Vizafogo Kindergarten,
WINNER OF THE SPECIAL AWRD OF THE ASSOCIATION OF HUNGARIAN ARCHITECTS
for the Pesterzsébet Iodine–Salt Baths and Spa, Budapest
WINNER OF THE SPECIAL AWARD OF THE HUNGARY GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL
for the Zangla Solar School, Zangla-Himalayas-India
WINNER OF THE SPECIAL AWARD OF THE BUDAPEST CHAMBER OF ARCHITECTS
Municipality of the 13th District of Budapest
for the Klapka Centre, Budapest
WINNER OF THE IRODAKERESO.INFO
for the Marko Offices 9, Budapest
WINNER OF THE SPECIAL AWARD OF THE JURY
Municipality of Gödöllő
for the Monument Restoration of the Castellan’s Dwelling in Gödöllő
The organizers of the Hungarian Prix hope, that winners will take part in the FIABCI World Prix d’Excellence 2021 and will continue the tradition of Hungarian developers who won 24 gold and 35silver award since 1998
President of FIABCI Hungary, President of the Jury,
Vice President of the FIABCI World Prix d’Excellence Committee