24th FIABCI Hungarian Prix d’Excellence Held
This year the Hungarian section of the world’s largest association of real estate experts – established in 1951 with headquarters in Paris – organized the Hungarian Prix d’Excellence for the 24th time.
In 2022, the scope of the organization’s supporters has further expanded with Europa Design. FIABCI Hungary and the supporters of the award set the objective to make this year’s event successful despite the increasingly difficult circumstances, wanting to show the strength of the Hungarian economy and their trust in their ability to overcome any difficulty.
Organizers said that they received the second-highest number of entries in the award’s history. The applications of the 43 establishments allowed the organizers to award the best projects in nine functional categories, as well as in the Heritage Protection and Sustainable Construction quality categories since there were at least three entries in each of them. In the previous period, development projects falling in categories where there were fewer than three projects with identical functions were at a disadvantage. Since last year, such projects have been classified in the miscellaneous category.
In addition to category winners, special awards were handed out by the supporting organizations as well. In line with the traditions, a special award was presented to the establishment chosen by the applicants: according to the candidates’ secret votes, the House of Music Hungary was considered the best project, a result that coincided with the jury’s opinion.
In addition to private investments, the projects include priority public investments and developments initiated by local governments.
Since the beginning of the award’s history, the jury’s work has been supported by experts Brigitte Jank from Austria and Adriena Litomericka from Slovakia. Making use of the online communication facilities tried last year, the jury had several foreign members once again.
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