The Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre has launched its article series in a liberal weekly magazine called Magyar Narancs (Hungarian Orange in English) in 2010. The aim of the series is to promote the understanding of contemporary Hungarian architecture towards the widest public, discuss current questions of monument protection and archeology, and to showcase the recently completed buildings of Hungary.
Independent journalist. She studied English and Communications at the Pécs University and received a master’s degree in history at Central European University (CEU) in 2001. She edited the online architecture journal www.epiteszforum.hu between 2004 and 2006. From 2004 on she has been publishing investigative reports on urban development issues and Hungarian cultural politics. Between 2006 and 2010 she was co-worker of the political-cultural weekly Magyar Narancs. She is author of the investigative book on the 2010 capital of culture program in Pécs („A Balkán kapuja? - “The Gate of Balkans?” Budapest, Kalligram, 2010). From 2011 she has been an independent journalist. She works as the coordinator of SozialMarie, a Central-European programme supporting social innovations, launched by the private foundation Unruhe. Presently she lives in Finland with her family.