Semmelweis University Theoretical Block, Budapest
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Architect: Gedeon Gerlóczy, Ernő Südi, László Wágner
Year of building: 1971-1978
The tower building of the university named after Ignác Semmelweis, “The Savior of Mothers,” was designed by three architects of IPARTERV. With its height of 89 meters, the Semmelweis University Theoretical Block in Nagyvárad Square, Budapest (also known as NET) qualified as the highest public building in Budapest for a long time.
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In our SOC/MOD collection, the emblematic buildings of the Central Eastern European region come to life, in limited quantities. The miniature, custom designed concrete buildings envisioned by HYPEANDHYPER were made in the workrooms of Hungarian craftsmen, with care, expertise and love.
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Dimensions: 10 x 12 x 5 cm
Weight: 175 grams
Material: concrete, cast in a silicone mold, polished
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