ADAM HATVANI, SPORAARCHITECTS, HUNGARY

  • 30.11.2013, 13:00-14:00, HOUSE OF CULTURE
  • reduce, reuse, recycle

Sporaarchitects have been working together since 2002 and strive to combine architectural theory and practical design. When they do a building, they put a great deal of thought into the concept, then they research and analyze how things work out in practice. The output is fresh architecture lined with solid practical experience. 

 

Sporaarchitects are based in Budapest. Before founding their common practice the four partners Tibor Dékány (1968), Sándor Finta (1973), Ádám Hatvani (1972) and Orsolya Vadász (1976) had already gained substantial experience working for Hungarian and international studios. Their projects often focus on ordinary details from everyday life – both good and bad. Sporaarchitects analyze and interpret them in such a was, so as to show the unsuspected potential of the trivia all around us.

In the sphere of their theoretical work comes the exhibition Past Future, Present, Future, where Sporaarchitects present their utopic vision for life in New York in 2170 – alternative structures or “survival domes”, which are self-sustainable and all green.

The practical aspect of their work is evident in one of their current projects – the M4 Fővám Station, part of Budapest’s new M4 metro line, where they employ innovative building methods and technologies. More info here

 

Language: English with Bulgarian translation

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When: 30.11.2013, 13:00-14:00

Where: House of Culture

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