Krisztina Palace is one of the most cutting edge office blocks, nesting at the foot of the Buda hills. The building came to life with the cooperation of Hungarian and international star architects. It consists of a three-level basement car park, a gorgeous internal courtyard and seven levels of office space. The entire front facade was constructed from a metal-glass structure, which presented a substantial challenge for the engineers.
The project, with the participation of international construction companies, was delivered to the highest possible technical standards.
The facade was designed by French star architect Dominique Perrault, while the full design of the building was created by Ekler Architect, Dezső Ekler’s architecture firm.