One of our favorite Hungarian design and architect teams is Studio Nomad, who became famous with the pavilion designed for the 16th Venice Biennale and their own furniture, and who have now raised our attention with their design created for the tender announced for the renovation of the Anna chapel.
The tender was announced during spring 2018, 59 valid (!) applications were submitted, and a jury session was held in February this year to determine which applications were worthy of awarding or purchasing. They purchased 3 designs without ranking for the implementation of the mass and memorial place at Anna-rét, with the concept of Soma Pongor and Bence Pásztor being one of the three.
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Records on the Danube
In October 2018, the negative records were broken: the water level decreased under the lowest level ever recorded at several points of the Danube. In the Budapest section, the lowest water level ever recorded was 51 cm, registered on November 6, 1947. After the flood of 2013, which once again
Liget: From dusk until dawn_02
In the second part of our “Liget” series, I chose to present Petőfi Hall [https://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pet%C5%91fi_Csarnok] and the building of the New National Gallery [http://www.intezmenyek.ligetbudapest.org/hu/places/jovo/uj-nemzetigaleria] built on its place. The dusk of Pecsa. One of
Without the past there is no future_01
> “Without the past there is no future; the richer your past the more threads you have that tie you to a future.” We would like to start off our new weekly series with this quote of Mihály Babits. The article was made as a result of an order, as we