Pannon Park Project
DR. GERGELY PAULINYI DLA, DR. ANDRÁS REITH PHD, DR. ANTHONY J. GALL PHD
Year of inauguration
Based on the decision of the General Assembly of Budapest, the area of the Budapest Zoological and Botanical Garden has been expanded in seven stages by a total of 7.9 hectares since 2013. The development will be implemented in several stages with the aim of building attractive and usable public spaces in the capital with a radically new approach that caters to 21th-century needs. The main attraction of the project is the Biodome to be constructed in the Pannon Park: the hillock-like structure will have a large ﬂoor space and interior height, and its air-conditioned climate will resemble that of a real habitat; thus, imitating the natural environment of animals both in winter and summer, it will be suitable to present the processes of a closed eco-system.