Pesti Vigadó, 20. 09. 2017
István Medgyaszay is one of the most outstanding figures of 20th-century architecture in Central Europe. His works, however, have been underestimated compared to their significance both in Hungarian and international architectural history. Lectures included in the programme of the memorial conference held to honour his oeuvre targeted to survey and analyze his comprehensive oeuvre covering almost six decades to rewrite and reinterpret the European, regional and Hungarian concept of modern architecture as well as Medgyaszay’s position in the history of architecture as well as the significance of architecture in art history.