There are no specific policies that promote design or architecture in Hungary.
In Budapest, two non-profit centres run very rich programmes and have an important impact on contemporary architecture: one is KÉK– Contemporary Architecture Centre, the other FUGA – Budapest Centre of Architecture.
The Hungarian Museum of Architecture was established in 1968 and the scope of its collection encompasses materials related to architecture and architectural history. It has no permanent building and currently exists in combination with the Monument Protection Documentation Centre, and is maintained by MMA, the Hungarian Academy of Arts.
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