Gyorgy is a Hungarian architect, designer, who lives and works in Barcelona. He obtained his Master degree at Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, where he had participated in several successful research projects, both in urban and smaller scale. He is mostly interested in advanced architectural technologies, theories and contemporary design. György also has experience in digital fabrication, product design and material experimentation. He has been collaborating with several international offices, where he is able to use his wide range of knowledge in energy-efficiency, environmental and parametric design.
IaaC - The Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, Barcelona, ES, MArch, Master in Advanced Architecture
The Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia is a cutting edge education and research centre dedicated to the development of architecture capable of meeting the worldwide challenges regarding the construction of habitability in the early 21st century. Based in the 22@ district of Barcelona, one of the world’s capitals of architecture and urbanism, IAAC is a platform for the exchange of knowledge with faculty and students from over 25 countries, including USA, China, India, Poland, Italy, Mexico and Sudan. Students work simultaneously on multiple scales (city, building, manufacturing) and in different areas of expertise (ecology, energy, digital manufacturing, new technologies), pursuing their own lines of investigation towards the development of an integrated set of skills with which to act effectively in their home country or globally.
Smart Energy Award, 1st Place
Given by Endesa, Spain for the research project M.Dusse.