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Brutalism All Saints Parish Church (Farkasréti Mindenszentek Plébániatemplom)

The building was the first church built in Budapest in almost 30 years. It was financed exclusively by donations. Being a member of the local church himself the architect designed the project for free. Due to the budget restraints the construction method relies on widely available prefab elements with which Szabó achieved surprisingly free forms. Special thanks to Bence Kovacs.

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István Szabó
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