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Building camp at Visegrád

Makovecz lookout at Pilis forest refurbished through voluntary work

School at Neszmély undergoing refurbishment

The intellectual heritage of Imre Makovecz

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Building camp at Visegrád

Continuing the tradition of previous years, architect students and enthusiastic locals teamed up in volunteer work and constructed a gate and a garden pavilion at the Visegrád sports field.

Photos from: @zajtifilm

Makovecz lookout at Pilis forest refurbished through voluntary work

Pursuant to an agreement between the Imre Makovecz Foundation and the Pilis Forestry, the refurbishment of the Imre Makovecz lookout on Budapest’s Kis Hárshegy hill was aided by volunteers: Makovecz Scholarship holding architect students of the Budapest University of Technology and associates of the Makovecz Foundation. The surroundings of the lookout were put into order by the Pilis Forestry. Work lasted from early July through the middle of August.

Further details of the event: PPE

School at Neszmély undergoing refurbishment

Refurbishment of the Miklós Launai Calvinist School at Neszmély began recently. The building was constructed in 1989-90 based on designs by Imre Makovecz. The refurbishment project is implemented under the framework of Government Decree no. 2022/2015, from financing provided from the Imre Makovecz Tender Fund.

The intellectual heritage of Imre Makovecz

A monthly cultural magazine on channel M5 of Hungarian National Television aired a video report presenting the Imre Makovecz Centre and Archives building. Interviewees include Pál Makovecz, the son of the late architect; Lőrinc Csernyus, Ybl-prize winner architect and a former student of Makovecz; and Lilla Berta, an architect associate of the Foundation.

The full interview can be viewed at: Video

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