Church of Perpetual Adoration, Budapest

This church was built between 1904 and 1908 in a Neo-Gothic style, based on the plans of Sándor Aigner. During World War II, the building suffered serious damage from the bombings and the coloured lead glass windows designed by Miksa Róth were destroyed.
In 2020, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Esztergom–Budapest decided on the renovation of the complete roof structure and the sanctuary, with Kima Project Kft. fulfilling the role of technical project management. Although the church is not a protected historical building, our team was fully committed to restoring the sanctuary’s decorative painting and its windows with pyrogranite tracery and ornate lead glasswork. The project was successfully closed in September 2021, to every stakeholder’s satisfaction.