Artur was a database on contemporary Hungarian architecture, which organizes indivual buildings into walking or cycling routes. The website, created in 2009 by KÉK, offers 12 routes and more than 100 buildings in Budapest and Pécs. Artur received World Summit Youth Award in 2010 in New York.
Art historian, architectural critic. In 2007-2013 he worked as editor and chief editor of architecture and design magazine hg.hu. From mid-2013 he continued as a project manager, first in the Museum of Fine Arts, then in 2014-2015 in the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest. Since Autumn 2015 he works as program director at the Collegium Hungaricum Berlin. He published several articles on historical and contemporary architecture, and two own books on the Art Nouveau and Art Deco architecture of Budapest. Since 2010 he's a member of KÉK. He acted as curator of Artur.org.hu (with deputy curator Péter Gyabronka in the first phase), initiated the Wikipedia project and participates in Transmodern.
Architect, urbanist. Graduated at SZIE-YMMFK Architect faculty in 2009 and Designing Architect faculty of the University of Pécs in 2012. From 2009 worked as designer architect at Varos-Teampannon Ltd. (urban and regional design company) with works ranging from public space plans, architectural plans, urban and regional concepitional plans, regulatory plans. From 2014 works as member of BKK-Urban Development later Urbanist office as project manager of works dealing with public space renewals, development of pedestrian systems and creating a barrier-free environment. From 2009 at KÉK he was involved in multiple events as an activist and later as co-curator of artur.org.hu project.