KÉK organized a public forum about the development possibilities of inner Elizabethtown (7th district of Budapest). The forum involved around 50 civil society actors and inhabitants of the area who discussed the possibilities of revitalizing public space and vacant lots, reorganization of parking, bike transportation and the development of new types of street furniture. The moderator of the forum was Roland Gruber from Nonconform Architektur, an Austrian architect specializing in community planning. The forum was an attempt to channel the local needs towards decision makers and to include bottom up initiatives into top down planning.
Architect, urban designer. In the early days, Gábor participated in establishing the structure of KÉK. Through common workshops with Wonderland European architectural network, he coordinated the Pocket Parks in the Jewish District of Budapest project, which was followed by a series of participatory planning events. Gábor represents KÉK in the Hungarian National Committee of EUROPAN. He has worked in architecture, urban regeneration and urban development projects. In 2003, he founded his own architectural practice, NITEO Projects & Architecture. In his spare time, he improves his Norwegian skills.
Architect, graduated from Vitus Bering UC Denmark in 2004 and Budapest University of Technology in 2008. In 2010 she co-founded her architecture and design studio Nanavízió. In her free time she is a Member of the Board of Izabella Street Gallery and Street Art for Housewives Organisation. Noémi took part in KÉK’s programs as an enthusiastic activist and bartender at KÉK’s former venues in Nefelejcs Street and Szervita Square, and since 2011 she is a curator of KÉK and Budapest Architecture Film Days.