Hotel Lanchid 19

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Named after the famed Chain Bridge which spans the Danube, Budapest's Lánchíd 19 will become a contemporary highlight in a neighbourhood of predominately 19th century architecture.

This contrast is indicative of Budapest’s evolving character, one which celebrates both past and present. The architect and design team created a moveable accordion-like glass façade, further animated by the changing colours of an innovative lighting design concept.


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Hotel Lanchid 19
Lánchíd utca 19.
Budapest 1013

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