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Date: 15-16 February 2008

Day 1: presentations
Day 2: city walks

Organizer: Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre - KÉK
Budapest, VII. Nefelejcs u. 26.

Location: Olimpia Cinema
1119 Budapest XI. ker., Etele út 55., Kelenföld City Center


PROGRAM

Friday, 15 February 2008
Time
Session
Speakers
09.00-09.20
Registration
09.20-09.25
Introduction
Wesselényi Garay Andor, chairman
Session I: "global-INFRA" - global planning, sample projects
09.30-09.55
City-hardware
Koszorú Lajos, architect, Teampannon Ltd, Hungary
10.00-10.25
Dublin, Urban development and infrastructure
Jim Quinlan, architect, Railway Procurement Agency (RPA), Ireland
10.30-10.55
EU sources, developing strategies
Csizmadia István, consultant, National Development Agency (NDA)
11.00-11.25
Global planning
egyeztetés alatt
11.30-11.55
Functioning city
Erő Zoltán, architect, Palatium Ltd, Hungary
12.00-13.00
Lunch break
Session II: "ultra-INFRA" - infrastructure in its wider sense. Art, network, utopia
13.00-13.25
Infras-utopias
Wesselényi Garay Andor, architect, Hungary
13.30-13.55
Direct Urbanism
Barbara Holub, architect, Paul Rajakovic, architect, Transparadiso, Austria
14.00-14.25
People in Infrastructure
Dr. Dúll Andrea, Environmental Psychologist, ELTE PPK Department of Cognitive Psychology
14.30-15.00
Break
Session III: "micro-INFRA" - infrastructure in detail. Design and professional practice.
15.00-15.25
Stuttgart train station
Ingenhoven Architekten, Germany
15.30-15.55
Driving Forces
Klaas Hofman, architect MAXWAN, Netherlands
16.00-16.25
Metro 4 design
Vadász Orsolya, architect sporaarchitects, Hungary
16.30-17.00
Infrastructure and Budapest, discussion
21.00
INFRA-Party (KÉK)
Saturday, 16 February 2008
City walks
10.00-12.00
Visiting underground stations - under construction - with the guidance of the architects in several groups.
The number of visitors is limited.
14.00-16.00