Dunapark at Pozsonyi út 38-42 in the Újlipótváros district is a complex of luxury apartments plus a restaurant which overlook the Danube river (click here for photos). Both the restaurant and the interior lobbies are very stylish, with quality materials and finish which soften the hard modernism of the exterior. It was designed in 1936 by Béla Hofstätter and Ferenc Domány whose architecture was popular in this middle class intellectual area in the 1930s, and today.
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Opposite Dunapark on a sharp street corner is an attractive modernist apartment building, with small shops on street level.
A few doors from Dunapark is Szent István – St Stephen’s – a Protestant church with tower and belfry in a modern style with classicist lines. It opened in 1940.
Napraforgó út- Sunflower Way – is a street of houses in the suburb of Pasarét that was built as a single estate in 1931. A group of modern architects designed the 22 small villas for the Budapest Public Works Council, as worker housing.