Ornamentation and Sincerity

An Interview with Antoine Picon in Architektura Murator Text: Eszter Götz In its 2014/4 issue, the Polish journal titled Architektura Murator published a long interview with Professor Antoine Picon, lecturer of architectural history with the Harvard Graduate School of Design, who had published a volume titled Ornament: The Politics of Architecture and Subjectivity in 2013. […]

Minimal Intervention

Margit Kilenc Communal Space, Budapest Építészek: Nándor Nagy, Andrea Szakál, Ferenc Szakál Szöveg: Anna Zöldi Fotók: Tibor Zsitva Ruin, garden, community, Rózsadomb, families changing their lifestyles for the organic one and the proximity of downtown Buda: these concepts were the starting points for young designers from Blokk Műhely („Block Workshop”) to create that of a […]

Kreatív hagyományok

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And yet there was art! Austria 1914–1918

Leopold Museum, Vienna, 9th of May to 15th of September 2014 The assassination of the Austrian heir to the throne, Archduke Franz Ferdinand, on the 28th of June 1914 in Sarajevo was the fatal trigger of World War I. One hundred years on, the Leopold Museum is dedicating a comprehensive exhibition to the fate of […]

Descovering Design

Designmonat Graz has been chosen as one of the world’s 20 most interesting design festivals for 2014. The programme of Designmonat Graz in 2014 met these expectations in every way. Once again, the UNESCO City of Design Graz brought top designers from all Styrian creative disciplines into the spotlight from 30 April to 1 June […]

Vedres György Prize 2014

Csaba Valkai – Kékvölgy Waldorf School György Vedres Award honours Hungarian architects under 40 with significant public buildings completed before 31. 12. 2011. The award is named after György Vedres, Ybl Award winner architect. In 2014 the Vedres György Prize goes to: Csaba Valkai, the architect of the new building of Kékvölgy Waldorf School in […]

Privát nacionalizmus

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