MenoMenoPiu Architects, The Hungarian Museum of Architecture and Fotomuzeum, Budapest, museum design, glass structure, concrete, concrete building, natural light, Hungary

Glass elements that frame several cubes represent the mirror negative of architectural space. The volumes emerging from the architecture museum will be built with concrete, featuring transparent covers, while the museum of photography, representing the negative of the other, would be made of transparent glass structures.

MenoMenoPiu Architects, The Hungarian Museum of Architecture and Fotomuzeum, Budapest, museum design, glass structure, concrete, concrete building, natural light, Hungary

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The use of these two materials to represent mass and transparency, ideally refers to the two functions demonstrated in the two structures  – architecture is mass, while photography is transparency.

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