Hungarian-designed sports complex to open in China
A large cultural and sports complex designed by Hungarian architects is scheduled to open in south China in a few months’ time, it was announced at a press conference in Budapest on Thursday. The basic layout of the Nanshan Cultural and Sports Center and Arts Museum was completed in six months, following the designs of the Ybl Prize-winning architect Gábor Zoboki and his associates.
The complex contains a theatre and concert hall, a children’s theatre, a museum, a library and an open-air stage, as well as a sports arena and a swimming pool, Zoboki said.
The project opens up huge opportunities for Hungarian architectural offices, he said, adding that cooperation was needed to properly exploit them.
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