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2nd prize at the 2014 FIABCI awards.

Pancho Arena

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Paolo Porthogesi’s book

In the summer of 2013, the Hungarian Academy of Arts requested Professor Paolo Porthogesi to write an extensive study about Imre Makovecz. Paolo Portoghesi (born in Rome in 1931) is an Italian architect, theorist, historian and professor of architecture at Rome’s La Sapienza University. The study was subsequently published by the HAA. An expert on organic architecture, Professor Porthogesi and the posthumous honorary president of the Hungarian Academy of Arts were friends; Porthogesi’s study is the first summary publication of the Makovecz oeuvre since the passing of the great architect. Although Portoghesi was born a few years earlier than Imre Makovecz, he always considered the late architect his master and friend. They met on several occasions and these meetings made deep impressions on both men’s lives.

Makovecz sculpture

Following an unsuccessful tendering process for a Makovecz sculpture, the town of Makó gladly accepted Gábor Mezei’s proposal (also supported by the Makovecz family) to create a monument based on an earlier Imre Makovecz drawing. Sculptor László Péterfi will make the monument.

2nd prize at the 2014 FIABCI awards.

The Hagymatikum Bath and Spa of Makó took the 2nd prize in the recreation and wellness category at the 2014 FIABCI (International Real Estate Federation) awards. Mayor Péter Buzás received the prize at the Luxembourg award ceremony.

Pancho Arena

Pancho Arena completed in Felcsút. Imre Makovecz prepared the first design sketches of the stadium while the final version is Tamás Dobrosi’s work. A bust of Imre Makovecz by the stadium’s main entrance was initiated at the opening ceremony. The promenade behind the stadium already bore Makovecz’s name.

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