Budapest Museum of Ethnography

  • Company/Studio
    Danny Forster & Architecture
  • Lead Designer(s)
    Danny Forster & Architecture
  • Design Team
    Danny Forster & Architecture
  • Client
    City of Budapest
  • Prize
    Honorable Mention
  • Company Profile

In DF&A’s design for a Museum of Ethnography in Budapest, a series of ramps leads from the street into the park behind the museum, where public spaces integrate the museum into daily life. Inside, DF&A designed a visible storage tower called a Cabinet of Curiosities, a heightened version of the cabinets in our homes that are stuffed with treasures. The Cabinet allows museum visitors to appreciate artifacts in an uncurated state, as a beloved jumble. From the outside, the Cabinet visibly extends beyond the street-side facade, both a symbol of critical inquiry and an object of curiosity itself.

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