// The Pecha Kucha is open to the public and free of charge, but please fill out the REGISTRATION form below: https://forms.gle/wDZEX4jrJvHzpc9CA //
In the beginning of November, special guest are invited for the Pecha Kucha Night Budapest 65th event: Korean and Hungarian architects will show their recent works from the field of urban innovation and rehabilitation, digital fabrication and data-driven design methods. How architecture has changed in our globalized world? Why is it crucial to deal with the influence of digital technology on the design? What are the important key points of identity in urban rehabilitation? From the two countries, several speakers will be speaking in a concise, well-focused, classic Pecha Kucha way on their projects.
– Mihn Hyun Jun (MPART Architects)
– Jung Su-Jin (SIE Architecture)
– Lee Chi-hoon + Kang Ye-rin (SOA Architectes)
– Won Yumin + Jo Janghee (JYA-RCHITECTS 건축)
– Balázs Orlovits (Zoboki Design & Architecture)
– Lukács Szederkény, Dénes Emil Ghyczy (Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop)
– Zoltán Tima (Közti Zrt.)
– Áron Láncos (MadiLancos Studio)
– András Káldos (Brick Visual)
Entrance is free, presentation will be held in English. Please fill out the REGISTRATION form below: https://forms.gle/wDZEX4jrJvHzpc9CA
This event is part of the Cosmopolitan Look series. “A kortárs koreai építészet kozmopolita arca / 1989-2019 // A Cosmopolitan Look at Korean Contemporary Architecture” exhibition highlights 30 Korean projects in the past 30 years. The “Cosmopolitan Look // Symposium: The Multiple Architectural Layers of Hungary and Korea” is a two day symposium, during which Hungarian and Korean professionals are brought together to give examples in the theme of data-driven design and urban regeneration projects.
A kortárs koreai építészet kozmopolita arca // 1989-2019 // A Cosmopolitan Look at Korean Contemporary Architecture
Cosmopolitan Look // Symposium: The Multiple Architectural Layers of Hungary and Korea
About the Pecha Kucha Night events:
Pecha Kucha is a simple presentation format where architects, designers, creative minds show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. The images advance automatically and the presenter talk along to the images. The first event was initiated in Tokyo in 2003 and by now Pecha Kucha is happening in over 1000 cities around the world. Dynamic presentations are given on completed or ongoing projects of architecture, urban innovation, fine arts, applied art or experimental project adhering to the internationally applied rules.
Since 2006 KÉK- Contemporary Architecture Centre offers the opportunity for architects and designers to showcase their work in Budapest. The program had numerous editions so far. We are constantly on the look for interesting projects and ideas, so do not hesitate to contact us!