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PRESENTATIONS ABOUT MAKOVECZ BUILDING PROJECTS IV.

25 June 2019, Tuesday, starting at 18:00 László György Sáros, Ybl Prize winner architect: Sárospatak, Refurbishment of the Culture Centre Each presentation in the series will feature architects who present their refurbishment plans and construction designs for projects implemented under the Capital Expenditure Program of the Makovecz Government Decree. Original Makovecz design drawings along with […]

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BETWEEN SKY AND EARTH IV.

Judit Lechner, gardener “My father’s short remarks are imprinted in my memory as prevailing moods and have been influential in my life. His sentences were about the starry sky, about a rural landscape, a tree or about how much he enjoyed eating curd with fresh bread when he was a child… These memories inspired me […]

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Imre Makovecz and the Nomadic Generation IV

An event series by “sound architect” Ferenc Kiss Imre Makovecz’s oeuvre is closely intertwined with the folk art movement that emerged in Hungary in the 1970s. His intellect and thoughts were a profound influence for the representatives of the so-called nomadic generation. Musicians, artisans, folk dancers consider Makovecz their master the same way as many […]

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Café Makovecz: First sketches

Imre Makovecz prepared more than one design versions for some of his buildings by the time their construction was completed. This was the case with his own house and his buildings in Visegrád among others.  This is the topic that Lőrinc Csernyus, Ybl-prize winning architect, member of the Imre Makovecz Foundation’s Board will talk about […]

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BETWEEN SKY AND EARTH III.

Ágnes Herczeg, landscape architect “My father’s short remarks are imprinted in my memory as prevailing moods and have been influential in my life. His sentences were about the starry sky, about a rural landscape, a tree or about how much he enjoyed eating curd with fresh bread when he was a child… These memories inspired […]

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PRESENTATIONS ABOUT MAKOVECZ BUILDING PROJECTS II.

30 April 2019, Tuesday, starting at 18:00 László Zsigmond, Ybl Prize winner architect: Neszmély, refurbishment of the local Primary School Mátészalka, Construction of Café Képes Each presentation in the series will feature architects who present their refurbishment plans and construction designs for projects implemented under the Capital Expenditure Program of the Makovecz Government Decree. Original […]

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Imre Makovecz and the Nomadic Generation III

An event series by “sound architect” Ferenc Kiss Imre Makovecz’s oeuvre is closely intertwined with the folk art movement that emerged in Hungary in the 1970s. His intellect and thoughts were a profound influence for the representatives of the so-called nomadic generation. Musicians, artisans, folk dancers consider Makovecz their master the same way as many […]

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BETWEEN SKY AND EARTH II.

Mihály Mezei, biodynamic farming consultant “My father’s short remarks are imprinted in my memory as prevailing moods and have been influential in my life. His sentences were about the starry sky, about a rural landscape, a tree or about how much he enjoyed eating curd with fresh bread when he was a child… These memories […]

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BETWEEN SKY AND EARTH I.

Márta Varga, astronomer “My father’s short remarks are imprinted in my memory as prevailing moods and have been influential in my life. His sentences were about the starry sky, about a rural landscape, a tree or about how much he enjoyed eating curd with fresh bread when he was a child… These memories inspired me […]

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Imre Makovecz and the Nomadic Generation II

An event series by “sound architect” Ferenc Kiss Imre Makovecz’s oeuvre is closely intertwined with the folk art movement that emerged in Hungary in the 1970s. His intellect and thoughts were a profound influence for the representatives of the so-called nomadic generation. Musicians, artisans, folk dancers consider Makovecz their master the same way as many […]

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Café Makovecz: Teaching architecture history in an epochal system

The March event of the Café Makovecz series will feature a presentation by Ybl Prize winner Lőrinc Csernyus, member of the Imre Makovecz Foundation’s Board. Topic: Architecture history and the teaching of the built environment around us in the epochal education system of Waldorf schools. Connection points with the organic thinking of Makovecz.

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Imre Makovecz and the Nomadic Generation I

An event series by “sound architect” Ferenc Kiss Imre Makovecz’s oeuvre is closely intertwined with the folk art movement that emerged in Hungary in the 1970s. His intellect and thoughts were a profound influence for the representatives of the so-called nomadic generation. Musicians, artisans, folk dancers consider Makovecz their master the same way as many […]

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MI-KOR

WORKSHOPS AT THE MAKOVECZ HOUSE You are probably also familiar with the phenomenon when your own inner will and intent make your perception sharper – when you hear the same song, the same dog barking from multiple sources; when you see the same colour crop up at different places; when you read the same sentence […]

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EXPERIMENTS WITH MOTION FORMS III

FROM DÓRA MIHÁLCZ’S VIEWPOINT The Makovecz Centre and Archives presents a series of three lectures, showcasing one of Imre Makovecz’s most exciting studies: He strove to find the core elements of architecture by examining human motions – an approach unknown in architecture until then. Lecture three: The Connection Between Eurythmy and Space by Dóra Mihálcz, […]

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EXPERIMENTS WITH MOTION FORMS II

FROM LÁSZLÓ GYÖRGY SÁROS’ VIEWPOINT The Makovecz Centre and Archives presents a series of three lectures, showcasing one of Imre Makovecz’s most exciting studies: He strove to find the core elements of architecture by examining human motions – an approach unknown in architecture until then. Lecture two: The Motion Form Experiments from a witness’ viewpoint […]

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EXPERIMENTS WITH MOTION FORMS I.

FROM KATALIN KESERÜ’S VIEWPOINT The Makovecz Centre and Archives presents a series of three lectures, showcasing one of Imre Makovecz’s most exciting studies: He strove to find the core elements of architecture by examining human motions – an approach unknown in architecture until then. Lecture one: About the Motion Forms Experiment by Keserü Katalin, Munkácsy […]

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Café Makovecz: Makovecz routes

The Café Makovecz series will continue through 2019 as well. Like before, it will take place on the first Monday of each month. In January, Ybl Prize winning architect Lőrinc Csernyus will present about the first volume of the Makovecz Routes, a recently released publication. Volume one is the first of seven “petals”, as the […]

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Café Makovecz – Presenting the Seven Towers Festival

At the December event of the Café Makovecz series, Ybl-prize winner architect Lőrinc Csernyus will talk about the past and present of the Seven Towers festival. He will recall the early days of the festival, the experiences of recent years and also touch on this year’s festival venues and locations. The presentation will also feature […]

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Seven Towers Festival 2018 – Opening ceremony

Venue: Makovecz Centre and Archives 18:00     Opening ceremony. Speech by TamásCsányi, conductor of the Cistercian Saint Emerich Church’s Choir. Event hosted by Pál Makovecz, chairman of the Imre Makovecz Foundation Board. 18:15     Imre Makovecz in Mongolia – presentation by architect Lőrinc Csernyus At the Fonó Music House of Buda 18:45     Concert by the Szászcsávási Band. […]

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Café Makovecz

With the kind support of the Hungarian Academy of Arts, an exhibition showcasing Imre Makovecz’s works was staged in six Russian cities and in Mongolia’s capital. The exhibitions’ curator was Ybl-prize winning architect Lőrinc Csernyus, member of the Imre Makovecz Foundation’s board. The Café Makovecz event in November will feature a slide show and video […]

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Judit Lechner: The mysterious world of flowers

Under the title “The mysterious world of flowers” a.k.a “ Delegates of distant continents in the Hungarian flowergardens” Judit Lechner holds a lecture in the Makovecz Center and Archives. “The spirit of a landscape is carried by locals, houses, churches, but also the flowers of the gardens. If we get to know them and use […]

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Ars Sacra Festival – the sacral architecture of Imre Makovecz

The Ars Sacra Festival emerged from a “City mission” series of events held in 2007. The objective of the festival is to present the signs of hope in culture, and to help Europe with the means of art to find its roots again. The festival features a combined screening and presentation by Lőrinc Csernyus, Ybl-prize […]

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About folk art signs

Reconstructed version of the legendary lecture held by Imre Makovecz at Kaposvár in 1977, presented by actor Csaba Hüse, using original slides.

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