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Central European University Residence

completion: 1996
area: 22,000 m2
cmaservice: architects, interior design, owner’s representative

A former transient workers’ hostel built in the 1960’s was transformed into a student residence of the recently expanded university, established in Budapest in 1993. Four hundred student residence rooms, all air-conditioned and with private bath, were constructed into the stripped concrete shell structure. Other facilities include twenty staff apartments, a restaurant, a pub, a coffee lounge, a swimming pool & sports centre, and an extensive multipurpose meeting/conference centre.