How do busy working days pass in an architecture office? BORD Architectural Studio team members will share it with you. What is more, some inside information will also be revealed: office founder Péter Bordás tells about completed projects that have remained hidden from public view so far – and more well-known works will also be addressed, such as Nagyerdei Stadion or Korda Filmpark.
October 12, 14.
In the course of the moderated debate, representatives invited from both the design and the business scene will talk about the challenges they face when applying design to the business area. At the creative workshop, participants will design solutions for the most critical issues by using rapid idea generation tools.
An open week in KÉK: meet the teams of the co-working office, including Nanavízió and Batlab architectural studios, orbrowse the pop-up bookshops of Lars Müller publishing house. During the week, you will have an opportunity to try the feeling of working inthe KÉK co-working office, and further exciting programmes will await you in the evenings.
Zoltán Varró is a Gold Key Award winning designer of the music inspired Aria Hotel Budapest, known as the best hotel in the world. During Design Week he talks about how music inspires him. His partner Magdolna Rúzsa approaches from a musical point of view: we will learn how an interior inspires her.
Registration (max. 40 guests): email@example.com
Entrance fee: 2500 Ft
A new generation start-up enterprise, iamart Hungarian Cement Tile Manufacture offers a quick look into the knacks of manufacturing unique mosaic tiles and terrazzo. On your visit to the factory, you can glance at the everyday life of the busy manufacture, while at workshops you can design and craft your own individual cement tile.
VITRIN aims to educate and inspire its design-conscious audience. As part of their pop up showroom, Menu – the ambassador of Danish design – has been invited to be their kind guest. Visitors will have the opportunity to purchase Menu’s design collections and also to learn about their interpretation of Modernism based on simple and classical designs.
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