A10 #61 Jan/Feb 2015 > Eurovision Hungary


Following the political changes in 1990, a new generation of architects arose in Hungary, one educated in a more international context. Levente Polyák and Dániel Kovács of KÉK, our guest editors for this edition, take a critical view of the anti-EU rhetoric that now isolates the nation from European influences and exchange, yet they definitely see positive developments in the architecture scene. ‘Young architects are increasingly connected to international discussions and concerns. Through their global networks, events, study trips and design, they claim a place for Hungary in Europe.’ This particular focus on national problems in relation to international debate brings about a vibrant mix of old traditions and new ideas. http://www.a10.eu/magazine/issues/61/

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