The City of Budapest has launched an international competition to regenerate the eastern bank of the River Danube
The contest seeks ideas to boost community use of public spaces between Kossuth Square – which is home to Hungary’s parliament – and nearby Fővám.
The competition language is Hungarian and the winning team will receive around £19,000.
Judges include deputy mayor Balázs Szeneczey and Benkő Melinda from the Hungarian Chamber of Architects.
The deadline for request to participate is 23:59 local time on 2 November.