The first time I met Makovecz, he drew me a map of Hungary, marking the most significant places through which I could get closer to his work. With the promise that I would return, we said goodbye. From this map, my research began.

Martina Giustra
Imre Makovecz
and the Hungarian Organic Architecture
18,00€
15,30€
isbn 9788862421423
current edition 12 / 2014
first edition 12 / 2014
language Italian/English
size 16,7x22cm
pages 160
print color
binding paperback
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Martina Giustra (Catania 1985). As an architect, since 2007 she carries out research on the thought and works of the Master Imre Makovecz and Hungarian organic architecture.After some experiences abroad and brief collaborations within the University she decided to settle in Bud...

Martina Giustra (Catania 1985). As an architect, since 2007 she carries out research on the thought and works of the Master Imre Makovecz and Hungarian organic architecture.After some experiences abroad and brief collaborations within the University she decided to settle in Budapest, where she is attending the Vándoriskola, post-graduate school founded by Imre Makovecz, Miklós Kampis and István Kálmán in 1989, working at architectural firms connected to it. Between 2012 and 2014 she has been engaged in research activity at the Department of Residential Design in the Faculty of Architecture at BME Polytechnic University of Budapest (Budapesti Muszaki és Gazdaságtudományi Egyetem) and at Balassi Institute of Budapest (Budapesti Balassi Intezét). Between 2013 and 2014 she carried out research activity at Makona kft. Currently she is involved in design projects and she collaborates with other specialists for analysis and support of the emerging Hungarian design. She also collaborates with some journals and web platforms.

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