I. Forum of Hungarian Architects
The event is designed to bring together all architects, interested in today's urban architecture and also a great opportunity to change perspectives on contemporary Hungarian and English architecture.
The first gathering's theme is Urbanism and the main topics will include
- Historical review. E.g.: Urban development
- Contemporary urban projects in Budapest and London
- The Olympic village. E.g. London 2012
- Urban landscapes
- Innovation and entrepreneurship: How to establish an architect enterprise.
13:00-13:30 pm - Registration
13:30-14:15 pm - I. Section: Lectures
14:15-14:30 pm - Coffee break
14:30-15:15 pm - II. Section: Lectures
15:15-16:15 pm - Panel discussion
16:15-17:00 pm - Networking
Creative architectural designer focusing on experimental working methods, parametric and sustainable design, possessing over 2 years of leadership experience in multidisciplinary teamwork. He gained cultural insights during his professional and academic experiences in the Netherlands, Spain, Vietnam and Hungary.
Architect specialized in sustainability, with experience gained in Europe, Asia and the Middle East; passionate about facilitating the zero-carbon transition of the built environment. Believes in people, in collaboration and in thoughtful leadership.
Final-year student at Kingston University, interested in the relationship of architecture and landscape architecture.
Studied at the Architectural Faculty of the University Federico II in Naples graduating in 2006. He qualified as an architect in the UK in 2009. He moved to London in 2006 to work with a small practice specialising in sustainable residential development and worked on a number of award-winning housing schemes across the UK.
Date: 4th of March, 2017
Venue: Imperial College London, South Kensington Campus, Royal School of Mine, SW7 2AZ
Katalin André - Landscape architect, National Federation of Hungarians in England
Györgyi Francsics - Student, Kingston University
Bálint Szüle - New Generation Centre
Anett Gecov - New Generation Centre
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