Loos, Hundertwasser, Max Ernst

Loos expert Yehuda E. Safran has developed the exhibition LOOS. Our Contemporary originally for the CAAA Guimarães, Portugal. Based on the example of the oeuvres of architects such as Le Corbusier, Hermann Czech, José Paulo Dos Santos, Eileen Gray, Herzog & De Meuron, Frederick Kiesler, Rem Koolhaas, Richard Neutra, Aldo Rossi…

Green Schools

Over 60 million Americans spend their days in K-12 school buildings. Ensuring that these students, faculty, and staff have a safe and healthy place to learn and work, and that the buildings conserve energy and water while remaining economical to build, are some of the most important issues facing educational leaders and city planners…


He made his first stage designs for the performances of the late Small theater of Pécs. He also designed sets regularly for the theaters in several Hungarian cities like Kecskemét, Szeged, Nyíregyháza. His better known works are made for theaters in Budapest like Katona József Theater, Örkény Theater and Radnóti Theater.

Furniture Design in Hungary 1800-1850

According to the exhibition ‘Furniture Design in Hungary 1800–1850’ in the Budapest History Museum, a brand new and valuable catalogue of the furniture design in Hungary between 1800 and 1850 had been published. The catalog contains several studies about the period, which was one of the highlights of Hungarian history…

Together for Communities

In 2012, Holcim is celebrating 100 years of strength, performance and passion. By volunteering in their communities, Holcim employees are celebrating the Centennial in a special way. Even though each single activity is driven by local needs, the initiative is a global one – and runs under a global header: Together for Communities.

ICOMOS Award 2013

ICOMOS Hungarian Committee Awards 2013
Zsolnay Cultural Quarter and Mausoleum, Pécs and Lukács Bath, Budapest
The ICOMOS Hungarian Commitee also awarded two organization for their exemplary work in the field of monumental protection: Ganz ÁSZ Kft, Hollandi House, Tápiószőlős and the Local Government of Terény.

Famous villas in Hungary

The Association of Hungarian Architects (MÉSZ) invites you to the exhibition and book presentation of Famous villas in Hungary

18 April 2013, 14.00
Kós Károly Hall

Antoine Roegiers – Contemporary Medieval

Last year the Albertina began inviting artists at irregular intervals to take part in interventions in and at the palace. This new series will be continued this year. Anoine Roegiers already dealt with the great masters of Flemish painting and draughtsmanship in his previous works. Since 2011, he has been working on the cycle The Seven Deadly Sins…

Austrian Builder-Owner Award 2012

The Austrian Builder-Owner Award is one of Austria’s most prestigious architectural prizes. Presented by the Central Association of Austrian Architects since 1967, this annual award pays tribute to buildings and landscape architecture projects that stand out for their functionality, design and significance for the community…

Diébédo Francis Kéré

Kéré’s unique designs have been unanimously praised by critics and have been awarded many major international awards, both for their architectural qualities and their social commitment in Burkina Faso. ‘Help to self-help’ is the guiding principle of Diébédo Francis Kéré’s work.
 Born in Burkina Faso in 1965, he graduated from the Berlin…