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I always endeavor to achieve that my projects meet high artistic quality and human expectations at the same time. This can be attained by a thorough analysis of the physical, social and cultural context of the project and by a set of experimentations and sound judgements. It is a compulsory element of my everyday work to create places that are also sustainable, efficient and economical. I believe that this is the responsible way to design environments that users like and that are durable.
In my architectural life the practical and academic experience complement each other. Apart from practicing as a Designer, I also work as an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Architecture. This duality made me get used to juggling different issues all at the same time and gave me a complex perspective of the profession.
STOA studio (www.stoastudio.com), Budapest, HU, Senior Design Architect | Co-founding Partner
Acted as lead designer for small residential villas as well as for large scale retail, office, residential projects and masterplans. Developed design concepts and led a team of architects and technicians throughout the contract document phases in both national and international contexts. Monitored the design process from conceptual phase through construction. Maintained and established relationships with clients. Controlled the studio's administration, ensured contractual agreements.
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Architecture, Department of Residential Building Design (www.lako.bme.hu), Budapest, HU, Assistant Professor
2001-2007 Invited Lecturer, 2007-2009 Assistant Lecturer, 2009- Assistant Professor.
Lectured on Building Design subjects at every level on undergraduate courses and taught Planning at postgraduate level. Organized workshops, worked as secretary of the Postgraduate Doctoral School for four years. Participated in research into Residential Building and Urban Design, Multi-Housing, Sustainable Design and Comprehensive Planning.
KIMA, Italian-Hungarian Architecture Studio (www.kimastudio.com), Budapest, HU, Design Architect | Project Architect
Responsible for creation, development and implementation of project design concepts. Designed a variety of mixed use, retail, residential, hotel and reconstructions projects. Conducted client meetings, prepared presentation drawings, construction documents, and specifications.
Postgraduate Master School of Association of Master Architects (ÉME), Budapest, HU, Architecture, Urban Design
Participated in architectural competitions and attended design methodology seminars.
DLA | Doctor of Liberal Arts, Postgraduate Doctoral School, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, HU, PhD, Doctoral Course, Architecture
Doctoral thesis on: Questions posed by contemporary residential building design
Doctoral degree: 2007 (DLA - Doctor of Liberal Arts)
Attended theoretical and design method seminars in the field of Architecture and Urban Planning. Carried out research and published essays about international projects and residential building design. Participated successfully in various architectural competitions such as the first prize winning Corvin Urban Revitalization Program in collaboration with the students of Harvard Graduate School of Design (Boston, US).
University of Rome, La Sapienza, Faculty of Architecture, Rome, IT, Architectiure, Scholarship
Attended seminars on reconstruction of protected buildings and researched reinforced concrete constructions.
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Architecture, Budapest, HU, MArch, Msc Architecture
Studies included both artistic and technical courses such as design, urban design, art, freehand drawing, building construction, statics, mechanical engineering, construction and project management.
TOP10 Young Architect, Stoa Studio, Nomination
Extension of Herman Primary School, Budaörs, national competition, Honorable Mention
Design competition, national
Újpest Center, Budapest, national competition, Honorable Mention
Design competition, national
Károly István City Center, international competition, 1st Place
Design competition, international
Young Architect of the Year Award, 1st Place
Budapest Architectural Award, Award
Award for Hotel Parlament project
Corvin Urban Revitalization Project, invited competition, 1st Place
Design competition, Invited at BUTE Postgraduate Doctoral School.
Corvin Urban Revitalization Program in collaboration with the students of Harvard Graduate School of Design (Boston, US).