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  • Hungary, Architecture in the Long 1960s

    Associaition of Hungarian Architects, 12 July 2017

    Photos: Edit Pálinkás

    Architecturally speaking, the long 1960s were a highly productive period in Hungary, in spite of the Hungarian state’s consolidation of power following the 1956 uprising. The material compiled for this exhibition and the accompanying catalogue is based on fundamental research carried out in the country over the past ten years. Selected projects are presented in order to highlight developments and trends in the period from around 1958 until 1971 for a wider audience, whose access to the topic is hindered by the language barrier in particular. In a way, Hungarian architectural history from the long 1960s is seen as an epoch in itself. In spite of political influences, architects enjoyed a relatively high level of autonomy, which in tandem with the sense of a new beginning at the time gave rise to a remarkable number of outstanding constructions.
    After the successful exhibition in Architektur im Ringturm, Vienna a selection of the exhibited works are shown at the headquarters of the Association of Hungarian Architects, Budapest.