Gallery: Hungary’s Szathmáry Palace Ruins Renovated With L-Shaped Corte...

We are huge fans of Corten steel here at Inhabitat, but we were particularly impressed by the way Hungarian design firm MARP used this durable material to renovate a historical ruin. Careful to distinguish their addition from the existing Szathmáry Palace in Pécs overlooking the Tettye Valle, the firm crafted a perforated, double story L-shaped structure from weathered steel that fills in a now long-gone section of the palace.

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