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Anssi Lassila giving a lecture at the International Congress of Architects in Budapest on July 2, 2021

posted on July 1st 2021 in News

Anssi Lassila is giving a lecture at the International Congress of Architects held in Budapest on July 2, 2021. The theme of the conference is Which Past Leads to Our Future. It seeks to explore how past experiences and traditions could be employed to address current concerns in innovative ways to build on in shaping the future to come. The curators of the conference program also ask how this can be done in dialogue between the architect and the client in a way that fosters mutual respect and understanding as a basis for creating something new and valuable.

  • Anssi Lassila
  • Drawing from the Tradition to Create New Solutions for Today and Tomorrow
  • Lecture at 14 EST
  • Which Past Leads to Our Future
  • International Congress of Architects
  • All-day conference program starting at 9 EST
  • Budapest Opera House, Eiffel Workshop 
  • 1101 Budapest, Kőbányai út 30.
  • Hungary

The lineup of speakers consists of an international array of architects and thinkers of high caliber from the United State and Europe. In addition to Anssi Lassila of OOPEAA, the featured speakers are Charles Renfro of Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Attilio Terragni of Studio Terragni, Michael Dennis of MIT, and Miklos Marosi. The introductory lecture is by Peter Magyar, who has served as the professional advisor and chair for the conference.

The all-day conference event is organized in partnership with the Association of Hungarian Architects with the support of the National Cultural Fund. The main sponsor of the event is Saint-Gobain Hungary Kft.

For registration and for more information on the conference, see here.