The Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre - KÉK launched the Young Architects Networking Program in 2019 that supports partnerships between young architects to jointly participate in 3-day reciprocal study tours. The program aims to identify, exchange and promote emerging architects and practitioners from Hungary and neighbouring countries through developing networks, dialogue and establish the potential for building lasting collaborations, and to assist them to gain better international visibility of their work.
Architect, urban scholar, he got an MSc in Architecture degree in 2003 with diploma price and a PhD degree in 2015 at Budapest University of Technology and Economics. He is teaching and doing research at the department of Urban Planning and Design at BME, where he defended his PhD dissertation entitled: Pedestrian space usage of tourist-historic cities – comparing the tourist space systems of Vienna and Prague to Budapest”. He is activist in architectural NGOs since 2000, organising conferences, workshops and social events in the memo association until 2006, and in KÉK since then. He also runs his architecture studio, involved in works from building design to tourism development concepts, participating in exhibitions and competitions.