Architect and project manager, graduated in the Budapest University of Technology and Ecomomics Faculty of Architecture in 2016. Beside architecture her points of interest are activism, commnity buliding and methodology research for creation of social platforms realted to common local issues. She founded several bottom-up organisations focusing on education of contemporary architecture, urban and design questions, also she has 10 years of experience in this field. She joined the Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Center in 2007 as a volunteer, currently she is leading the Pecha Kucha Night Budapest presentation event and the DANUrB (Interreg - Danube Urban Brand) program. Recently she has been working as an architect in an urban planning projects and in the activities in KEK she has been focusing on fostering local comminities to participate in urban issues in regional and international scale.
Samu Szemerey is an architect and urbanist specializing on technology, creative industries and the built environment. As a consultant and strategist he works with cities, institutions and private clients. He has directed several workshops, research projects and curated exhibitions and public programs. He has taught, published and lectured internationally. He is a founding member and Director of Content at KÉK Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre and lead expert at Lechner Nonprofit Ltd where he works on developing urban services and coordinating smart city programs in Hungary.
Cultural manager, she studied art history and design and art management. She is interested in the challenges to understand the world of cross-cultural fusions by creating collaborative frameworks for cultural dialogue. She joined KÉK in 2018 as a project manager of the DANUrB (Interreg Danube Urban Brand) project and working on the local adaptations of the Budapest100 methodology within the DANurB and URBACT programs. Currently one of the project leaders of the Budapest100.