Hegedüs, Armin (1869–1945), Sebestyén, Artur (1868–1943), and Sterk, Izidor (1860–1935)
HEGEDÜS, ARMIN (1869–1945), SEBESTYÉN, ARTUR (1868–1943), and STERK, IZIDOR (1860–1935)
HEGEDÜS, ARMIN (1869–1945), SEBESTYÉN, ARTUR (1868–1943), and STERK, IZIDOR (1860–1935), winners of a competition for the design of Hotel Gellért (1909–1918), an eye-catching example of Secessionist architecture. Its thermal bath and swimming pool were planned later (1927) by Sebestyén whose projects also included buildings outside Hungary, such as cinemas in Odessa and Sofia. He was baptized. Among the main works of Hegedüs was the reconstruction of the Central Municipality building in Budapest, originally serving as barracks for invalid soldiers. Sterk designed factories, apartment houses, and department stores.