In Memoriam István Janáky

Commemorative writings by Antal Lázár, György Janáky, András Göde, Zsófia Csomay, János Dobai

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György Jánossy Exhibition

HAP Gallery, Budapest, 24. 10 – 23. 11. 2012

Rajz, 1969

Text: András Ferkai

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Architect Károly Dávid jr. (1903-1973)

Károly Dávid jr. exhibition, HAP Gallery, Budapest, 11. 09. – 12. 10. 2013

Dávid Károly saját háza, Budapest Somlói út 76., 1932-33

Text: Zoltán Fehérvári – Endre Prakfalvi – Pál Ritoók

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Confessions about Architecture

György Szrogh exhibition, HAP Gallery, until 15th February 2013

Szrogh György: Bányaipari Dolgozók Szakszervezete Székháza, Budapest, 1946-1947

Text: György Szrogh

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The Present of the Hungarian Architecture Museum

The Present of the Hungarian Architecture Museum viewed from the HAP Gallery

Szrogh György: Budapest körszálló terve, 1964-67

Text: Barnabás Winkler

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Just Architecture

Unfinished Summary

Text: Ronny Hardliz

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Artists, pushers and better halves

Text: Oscar Tusquets Blanca

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Transformation of the City 1992-2012

Maribor – European Capital of Culture 2012

Rok Benda, Mitja Zorc, Primoz Hocevar: Market, 2008

Text: Uros Lobnik

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City planning and architecture in Subotica

City planning and architecture of Subotica in Tito’s Jugoslavia 1945-1975

Sándor Kelemen: New City Hall, 1961, photo: Rudolf Klein

Text: Eva Lovra

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Integration of an Inclusion Area

Integration to the Phase Developement of an Inclusion Area
Interview with Éva Sz. Fehér, chief architect of Szeged

András Báger, Csaba Helmle: Agora, Szeged, 2012, fotó: Zsolt Frikker

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