House of Hungary at Rio Olympics

House of Hungary was an integrated hospitality and business centre serving as a gathering place for Hungarian athletes, leaders, sponsors and their distinguished international guests and tourist as well during the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games.

NEEDS: To design and build a venue, which represents Hungary’s  USP-s written above, and especially it’s sport history for thousands of people shows up Hungary’s capability  to be a perfect host of the olympic family. gives a solution for attract people into the house can be an attractive venue and special space for the visitors, VIP guest, and the press at the same time.Design in Budapest, building and project management in Rio de Janeiro.  Produce and shipping all the equipments  in one month, across the ocean.
OPPORTUNITIES: Give a fresh perception about Hungary through the Hungarian culture in art, architecture, crafts and cuisine. Build the feeling of proudness in Hungarian nation and increase their engagement about to be the host city of 2024 
Pass the key messages with new, interactive solutions and digital contents , on an animated, playful and enjoyable way.
CONCEPT: Keywords: different, natural and digital , eventful but relaxing, clean but vibrant. The concept was based on the representation of water. Water is the basic element of life. The clean water is essential for sports and healthy life. Hungary is rich in water, thermal and karst water as well. Hungary is very successful in water-sports (swimming, water-polo, kayak & canoeing)
project info: 
name: House of Hungary at the 2016 Rio Olympics
design agency: WYN.DESIGN (former MOBILSOFA Studio)
production company: MOBILSOFA
location: Rio de Janeiro, Olympics
completion: 2016

creative direction: Bálint Füleki
creative concept: Máté Bede-Fazekas, Niko Kozak
set design & concept: Tamás Boldizsár
design team: Hella Sarnyai, Orsolya Horváth, Beáta Zaharcsenkó, Zoltán Fehér, Máté Mohari
structure & setting: Ibolya Márkus, Máté Mohari
graphic design: Gergely Ambrovics, Zsófia Szaniszló, Dezső Gyarmati, Kristóf Gajdó
interactive content development: István Tüttő, Gyuri Tolnay, Csaba Magyar, János Hermán, Szabolcs Budaházy, Ágoston Hényel
photo and footage researcher: Hajni Lénárt
project management: Zsófi Sályi, Lili Zagoroczky-Pammer

Gergely Böszörményi-Nagy, Linda Szurdi, Tímea Rajz, Andrea Tóth, Ágnes Füleky
House of Hungary at Rio Olympics