2019/1 Díjak / Awards Scene

Iván Kotsis Medal: Gábor U. Nagy

The Iván Kotsis medal was founded in 1989 by the Association of Hungarian Architects on the initiative of the namesake’s disciples and reverents. This recognition is awarded annually based ont he recommendations of a team of professional curators for professionals excelling as educators and designer architects as their „fair play award”. In 2018 the award […]

2019/1 Farewell Scene

In Memoriam Béla Kerékgyártó (1949-2018)

Béla Kerékgyártó, philosopher passed away on December 5th, 2018. He was a dedicated lecturer of architecture with BME (Budapest University of Technology) and the PhD Course of Architecture of the Faculty of Architecture who shaped the approaches of several generations. He had been awarded the Iván Kotsis prize of the Association of Hungarian Architects as […]

2019/1 Díjak / Awards Kiállítások / Exhibitions Passage

Piranesi Award 2018

The 36th PDA conference was concluded by solemn ceremony of 2018 Piranesi Award. Honorable speech was by state secretary Aleš Prijon from Ministry of Enviroment and Spatial Planning of the Republic of Slovenia who conferred the awards together with Barbara Radovan, general director of Spatial planning, Construction and Housing Directorate at Ministry of Enviroment and […]

2019/1 Kiállítások / Exhibitions Passage

Koloman Moser

Universal Artist between Gustav Klimt and Josef Hoffmann MAK, Vienna, 19 December 2018 – 22 April 2019 Photos: MAK Koloman Moser’s oeuvre continues to exert a lasting fascination. As a universal artist Moser masters the disciplines of painting, graphic art, arts and crafts, and interior design as well as fashion and scenography. To an impressive […]

2019/1 Kiállítások / Exhibitions Passage

Hans Poelzig. Projects for Berlin

Museum for Architectural Drawing, Berlin, 18 October 2018 – 3 February 2019 Alongside Walter Gropius, Bruno Taut, Mies van der Rohe and Peter Behrens, Hans Poelzig (1869–1936) was undoubtedly one of the most important German architects of the first half of the 20th century. His life and work are inextricably connected to Berlin where he […]

2018/6 Díjak / Awards Scene Utóirat Utoirat 2018/6

Post Scriptum 100

Results of the Contest Founded in 2001 as the theoretical supplement of the periodical Hungarian Architecture, Post Scriptum celebrates the publication of its 100th issue. On this occasion, the editors of the journal published a contest of essays submitted with mottoes (see MÉ 20178/4) with the goal to open up wider perspectives for writings on […]

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Mies van der Rohe

The New National Gallery and Old Museum in Berlin Text: Hannes Böhringer Hungarian translation: J. A. Tillmann The following study compares the building of the new National Gallery in Berlin, designed by Mies van der Rohe in 1968, with the previous museum buildings of the Museuminsel in Berlin. The author analyses the museum’s genre as […]