The Trust your Architect! round-table discussion series organised by the Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre (KÉK) aims to help young architects to be able to better understand the profession’s different aspects. During our monthly sessions we invite architects from diverse backgrounds to share their experiences about the profession. KÉK has already achieved to establish a wide range of audience for the program. All the content is available at our youtube channel.
Trust your Architect! book: The project culminated in the publishing of a book in 2019, showcasing a diverse variety of paths architects can follow, and providing a guideline for beginners.
He studied architecture at Budapest University of Technology and Ecomomics (BME), received his master degree in 2017. He has worked for private architecture studios as a designer and project manager. From 2012 he has been involved in several activities of Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre (KÉK): he is the leader of Pecha Kucha Night Budapest presentation event and Trust your Architect! roundtable conference series, but he had helped to carry out an exhibition and conference series about the Korean contemporary architecture in Hungary. His main interests are focused on the distressed areas of the urban environment and the effect of globalization on cities. Since graduation he has been a member of Urban Future Lab at the Department of Urban Planning and Design at BME, where he conducts a research project on Hungarian shrinking cities.
Karina Szücs-Tassy architect, activist. Since 2018 she has been working for Arch-Studio, where she is responsible for the design of public buildings, family houses and interior design projects. She had joined the Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre (KÉK) during her studies, since then she has been one of the organisers of the Trust Your Architect! roundtable discussion series. Her main interest is the effects of Artificial Intelligence on architecture: at what level will the technology affect the construction industry, and thus how will be changed the design processes.