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This essay analyses the circular structure of Hotel Budapest designed by György Szrogh from the point of view of how the contemporaneous notion of modernity or ‘up-to-dateness’ appear in the evolution of modern architecture in a socialist country. How far this architectural construction satisfied the expectations of what that decade considered ‘modern,’ and how functionalism worked, how the ambiguity of architectural design and functionalism appear in their contemporary reception.

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