The “Bubbles from Japan” lecture series aims to showcase the work of contemporary Japanese architects. Within the series prominent figures of the young generation of Japanese architects show their work, selected projects and tell about their creative practice. The program is implemented with the support of the Japanese Foundation, thanks to which some world-renowned architects visited Hungary for the first time. Among the invited guests of the program so far were Takaharu Tezuka, Norihito Nakatani, Sou Fujimoto, Takeshi Hosaka and Endo Shuhei.
Founding member and curator of KÉK, she participates in its activities from the begining 2005. Educated as a cultural manager, interior designer and financial accountant. In KÉK she primarily coordinates the Budapest100, Pecha Kucha Night and is heading the Community gardens program and responsible for the operational management of the Foundation. With her organizational, financial and problem-solving skills she leading KÉK’s operative functioning. She regards social and environmental issues as inherently interrelated, and believes that active local communities may bring about fundamental changes in Hungary, while they learn about cooperation, solidarity and new forms of trust.
Architect, urban designer, dancer. Graduated from the University of Applied Arts Vienna and TU Budapest. Speaking four languages and actively engaged in three fields, Timea defines herself as a mediator between cultures and disciplines. Her main focus is movement strategies: let it be a large scale urban migration or composing the smallest detail of a wrist turn. She is a founding member and curator of KÉK and was its first coordinator, launching programmes such as “Urban Walks” and “Bubbles from Japan”. Currently working in Vienna and remains a member of KÉK's Curatorial Board.