Seven firms selected for New National Gallery and Ludwig Museum competition in Budapest

The first stage of a competition for the New National Gallery and Ludwig Museum, conducted within the Liget Budapest International Design Competition framework, has not resulted in a winner. Five competing firms have been given honourable mentions:

Atelier Lorentzen Langkilde (Denmark)
Gilles Retsin Architect (Belgium)
Ulargui y Asociados Arquitectos (Spain)
Yuran Choi, Yongsu Choung (South Korea)
SHOP Architects (USA)

Following this result, seven firms have been invited to take part in a two-stage architectural design competition for the New National Gallery and Ludwig Museum. The winner of the competition will be handed the commission.

The invited design studios are:

Ateliers Jean Nouvel
David Chipperfield Architects
Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos SLP
Renzo Piano Building Workshop
Sejima and Nishizawa and Associates (SANAA)

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