The multifunctional pavilion at the Audi factory in Győr is a bold venture that crosses boundaries. Intended for performances, presentations and celebrations, the building is lent an individual, expressionist-like sculpturality by the vibrant, vivid red of the blank walls, the network of sharply cut, separating contours and the row of seemingly cut-out openings (there are no doors or windows in the traditional sense). But the most powerful sculptural effect comes from the double ramp leading onto the roof, where the company’s latest car models can be shown off. The expressly anti-functionalist exterior stands in sharp contrast to the inside of the building in almost every respect. The interior boasts a single space that offers total flexibility to cater to the needs of different functions (conferences, theatre, ballet, etc). The whole interior structure is only there to serve the moveable partitions, the professional lighting and the plumbing and ventilation systems. It is merely a “frame” or “chassis” onto which the various high-tech “parts”, “accessories” or “fittings” can be bolted.