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9 March 2018

The exhibition “Polis: 7 Lessons from the European Prize for Urban Public Space” travels to Budapest

“Polis: 7 Lessons from the European Prize for Urban Public Space”, |13/3/2018-27/3/2018 | KÉK, the Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre

The exhibition “Polis: 7 Lessons from the European Prize for Urban Public Space” is to be opened to the public next Tuesday 13 March as one of the activities programmed for the Budapest Architecture Film Days festival.


The exhibition “Polis: 7 Lessons from the European Prize for Urban Public Space” is to be opened to the public next Tuesday 13 March as one of the activities programmed for the Budapest Architecture Film Days festival.

An initiative of KÉK, the Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre, the exhibition will be shown in the Centre’s cultural space.

This tenth Budapest Architecture Films Days festival remains true to its aim of bringing to Budapest the best films on architecture and the city. The main aim of the festival is to encourage interaction with the city of Budapest, thus making it possible to think about its urban transformation from different perspectives and in the international context.

KÉK, which is organising the festival, is an independent cultural institution whose members, young architects, urban planners, architecture historians, journalists, artists and activists, aim to present to the general public questions arising from architecture and urban planning.