2021/6 Díjak Díjak Szcéna rovat

Pro Architectura Award 2021

To continue the traditions of the past few years, Pro Architectura award contest was published again in 2021. The goal has been unchanged: to promote outstanding achievements of architects and designers in architecture, landscape art and interior design, to make Hungarian architecture better known, to encourage the creation of high-standard man-made environment, to protect architectural […]

2021/6 Díjak Díjak Szcéna rovat

Budapest Architecture Merit Awards 2021

Each year Budapest Architecture Merit Award is awarded on November 15th, the birthday of the capital city to recognize the maintenance, upkeeping and development of the man-made heritage of Budapest based on values with the criteria that works are unique in their harmony with nature and landscape. Due to the pandemic, this year the awards […]

2021/6 Díjak Díjak Szcéna rovat

Media Architecture Prize 2021

On November 6th it was the 17th time to award the current year’s outstanding works of architecture with the Media Architecture Prize at the ceremony held in Uránia National Movie Theatre. Founded by Építészfórum, is now a professionals’ event with a past of 17 years, which is unique in the sense that the jury evaluates […]




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2021/6 Téma rovat

A Slice of Sport

V. 30 Downtown Sports Centre, Budapest Architect: György Skardelli Text: Miklós Okrutay Photos: György Palkó Opened and inaugurated in the summer of 2021, V 30 Downtown Sports Centre is centrally located, and the faculties of the site and the property as well as the projected sports centre to be built had seriously challenging expectations. Rated […]

2021/6 Téma rovat

Polygonizing a Rectangle

Sports Hall, Szentendre Architect: Sándor Jassó Text: Tamás Ulrich Photos: Abigél Riesz The original aim of the project was to design and construct a new sports hall for the Franciscan secondary school in Szentendre which is suited for sports, religious and ceremonial events of the school and can also be used as the venue for […]

2021/6 Téma rovat


Centre of the Calvinist Congregation, Budaörs Architect: Zoltán Berzsák Text: György Major Photos: József Hajdú Budaörs was a village of 6,000 Catholic Swabians back in the early-20th century. Today it is a town with 30,000 residents of heterogenuous religious and cultural background. A unique feature of the historic centre is a section of the main […]

2021/6 Téma rovat

You surrounded me from the front and behind

Belongingness Calvinist Church, Pesterzsébet Architects: Imre Makovecz, Tamás Dósa Papp Text: Zoltán Dragon Photos: Tamás Dósa Papp The sketches of the new church in Pesterzsébet were made by Imre Makovecz, who died ten years ago, whilst designs were elaborated by his pupil, Dósa Papp Tamás. Tradition and reinterpretation, church and communal space: these keywords may […]


2021/6 Post Scriptum Utóirat 2021/6

Calculable and Incalculable

Architectural Concept and Representation Text and figures: Melinda Bognár Architectural design is not only defined by the intention of the architect but also by the medium used as means for this process. The tools available define, limit and govern how the designs evolve. There is no idea without a form, which may be a linguistic, […]

2021/6 Post Scriptum Utóirat 2021/6

Paper Fabrics

Modular Structure Construction fromWaste Paper Text: Márton Nagy, Ágnes Juhász, Bettina Ónodi Architecture, Visual Works is a subject with always changing themes taught at the Faculty of Architecture, BME targeted to gain experience in the process of creation with the aim to develop creativity and design skills, on the whole by getting acquainted with the […]

2021/6 Post Scriptum Utóirat 2021/6

„The world is a lot more than what architects suppose.”

Balázs Rose’s interview with Rafael Moya Castro Rafael Moya Castro graduated from the Valparaiso School at Faculty of Architecture within the Valparaiso Catholic University in 1996. Later on he started research into the methodology of the school, which was also the topic of his MA thesis. Between 2011 and 2015 he completed his studies at […]

2021/6 Könyv Post Scriptum Utóirat 2021/6

Reconstructing the Meaining

Meggyesi Tamás: Echoes of Silence Text: Péter Szaló dr. Professor architect Tamás Meggyesi is interested in fields reaching far beyond architecture or 20th-century urbanistic thinking as he has been involved in philosophy and research into symbols for a long time now. His new volume contains 13 studies on philosophical topics that reach into the depths […]


2021/6 Terv rovat

Csepel Pool

Intervention in Budapest, Csepel Island Concept: Lamproulis Stratis Present day reality is scourged by environmental destruction caused by humans themselves. False needs are nowadays leading to the overuse of natural resources in such a pace that the environment is unable to restores them. Energy crisis is now a major matter. The immoderate use of fossil […]

2021/5 Terv rovat

Plan for a National Culture Park

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia Concept: Barna Kovács D. – Barna Architects Kft. The site of the National Culture Park is a 35-hectare area in Yamag district, located west of the inner city of Ulaanbaatar. The scheme contains a development on approximately 95.000 m2 with functions, community zones and parking spaces. The architectural concept of the park draws […]

2021/4 Terv rovat

Urban Floating Oasis

A New Recreational Island in New York Architect: Thomas Heatherwick Text: György Szegő Photos: Michael Grimm, Thomas Schenck – Little Island Three of New York’s frequented rusty zones are former quays. Two of them are actually the banks of Manhattan East River and Hudson River. The former has been modernized by constructing a clearway, whilst […]

2021/4 Terv rovat

Digital Museum Plan

Veszprém, European Capital of Culture 2023 Concept and text: László Kalmár, Zsolt Zsuffa In recent decades, the institution of the museum has evolved from a sanctuary of learning to a place of experiential experience that seeks to please the public with stunning effects. The concept of creating a new Digital Museum within the framework of […]

Kreatív városok

2019/6 Kreatív városok

Radical transformation

Developing the centre of a settlement, Gyermely Architects: Péter Gereben, Balázs Marián Text: Szilvia Molnár Photos: Balázs Danyi Having in-depth knowledge of the structure of the village Gyermely, the team named Gereben Marián Architects managed by Balázs Marián DLA and Péter Gereben found themselves a challenge here at the end of the 2000s. As a […]

2019/6 Kreatív városok

Oxford in the foothills of the Alps

Facelifted Benedictine Convent House, Kőszeg Architect: Robert Gutowski Text: Dr. Ferenc Miszlivetz Photos: Tibor Ohr An eventful year started in 2014 when ISES Foundation was commissioned by the Prime Minister’s office to work out a study on viability with the aim to save the architectural heritage of Kőszeg almost on the brink of complete deterioration […]

2019/5 Kreatív városok

The Place Where…

Intimacy, creativity, flow Text: Tamás Fejérdy, Ferenc Miszlivetz, Laura Takács Architectural spaces do not tend to be utility calculations in the case of historic towns, as they are born based on human needs, well-established and fixed habits, the respect of old times, the gripping effect of the view, that is natural, cultural and aesthetic codes. […]

2019/5 Kreatív városok

Treating Landscape Injuries with Art

Volcanoes Park, Zalahaláp Sculptors: Rhea Marmentini, Zoltán Balanyi Text: Balázs Szász Photos: Rhea Marmentini, Zoltán Balanyi Born in a family of doctors and artists, Chilean-Hungarian sculptor Rhea Marmentini started to realize one of her long-time dream at the meeting point of Mediterranean and continental climates: to reconstruct a wound on the landscape of Haláp Hill, […]