Ákos Moravánszky/HU + guest

Ákos Moravánszky

Hungarian architect, architectural historian and titular professor of architectural theory at the ETH Zurich. He studied architecture at the Technical University of Budapest and art history and conservation at the Technical University of Vienna. He is interested in the history of architecture of Eastern and Central Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries. He is engaged in research and publishing activities. Among other things, he was the editor-in-chief of the Hungarian Union of Architects “Magyar Épitömüvészet”, a researcher at the Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte in Munich, and a visiting professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, Massachusetts). He has published in the Swiss architectural magazine Werk, Bauen + Wohnen and serves on the editorial board of tec21.

09/11/2021
19:30
CAMP-IPR Vyšehradská 51 Praha 2
English friendly (tlumočení do ČJ)
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Thanks to you we have been able to realize our projects since 2001
Organizer:
Kruh z.s.
Under the patronage of:
České komory architektů
With financial support:
Ministerstvo kultury ČR, Státní fond kultury, Nadace české architektury
Projekt je realizován s finanční podporou hl. m. Prahy
Design partner:
Vitra Koncept, s.r.o.
Main partners:
FORBO FLOORING, mmcité1 a. s., M&T, SOMFY spol. s r.o.
Partners:
SIPRAL a. s., ARCHICAD, MDA Praha s. r. o., PREFA Aluminiumprodukte s. r. o.,
BUILDING Shutter Systems s.r.o., Wiesner-Hager,
Main media partner of Kruh:
Dolce Vita
Main media partner:
EARCH.
Media partners:
Architect+, ArtMap, CZECHDESIGN, ERA21, informuji.cz, PROPAMÁTKY, Radio 1, Radio Wave, STAVBA, stavbaweb.cz
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