Architecture Maestro - Imre Makovecz

Imre Makovecz (November 20, 1935 – September 27, 2011) was a Hungarian architect active in Europe from the late 1950s onward. Makovecz was born and died in Budapest. He attended the Technical University of Budapest. He was founder and "eternal and executive president" of the Hungarian Academy of Arts.
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Villa Richter (1983) by architect Imre Makovecz via Research into Organic Design.

BDB : Imre Makovecz : his is the Villa Richter that was a personal residence, I believe. I love how he uses windows to cut almost a cross-section out of the house as if it were an orange. PS Hercule Peroit would totally live here.

1969 Sárospatak, Bodrog Department Store | Makovecz Imre

luminaport: “Sárospatak, Hungary Bodrog Department Store, built by architect Makovecz Imre in ”

Church in Ópusztaszeri Nemzeti Emlékpark,  Hungary ~ Atchitect Imre Makovecz

Church in Ópusztaszeri Nemzeti Emlékpark, Hungary by the Hungarian Organic Architect Imre Makovecz

Hagymatikum - Makó - Alföld. Hungary.

Makovecz Imre épületei - Hagymatikum, a fürdők fürdője - Makó - Alföld

Makovecz Imre épületei - Művelődési ház - Lendva - Muravidék - Délvidék

Makovecz Imre épületei - Művelődési ház - Lendva - Muravidék - Délvidék

Thermal bath Hagymatikum in Makó designed by Imre Makovecz.

Thermal bath Hagymatikum in Makó designed by Imre Makovecz.

Makovecz Imre épületei - Művelődési ház - Lendva - Muravidék - Délvidék

Makovecz Imre épületei - Művelődési ház - Lendva - Muravidék - Délvidék

Makovecz Imre munkái - Autóbusz pályaudvar rekonstrukciója - Makó - Alföld. Hungary

Makovecz Imre munkái - Autóbusz pályaudvar rekonstrukciója - Makó - Alföld. Hungary

Makovecz Imre House of Education and Culture - Поиск в Google

Makovecz Imre House of Education and Culture - Поиск в Google

Upward view into scoop at sunrise. Chapel of Notre Dame du Haut, Ronchamp, France. Image © Henry Plummer 2011

Light Matters: Le Corbusier and the Trinity of Light,Upward view into scoop at sunrise. Chapel of Notre Dame du Haut, Ronchamp, France.

Budapest-Óbuda Waldorf School, Hungary, Ungarn, Dining Hall, Eurythmy / Architect: »Triscell« Lörinc Csernyus (Photo: Lörinc Csernyus)

Waldorf Today - Organic Beeswax Crayons: Designed for Waldorf Schools, Waldorf School Buildings- Issue 24

Imre Makovecz architecture, Hungary (1)

The Neo-Celtic Architectural Revival That Wasn’t

1969 Sárospatak, Bodrog Department Store | Makovecz Imre

1969 Sárospatak, Bodrog Department Store | Makovecz Imre

1972 Sárospatak, House of Education and Culture | Makovecz Imre

1972 Sárospatak, House of Education and Culture

1969 Sárospatak, Bodrog Department Store | Makovecz Imre

1969 Sárospatak, Bodrog Department Store | Makovecz Imre

houses by imre makovecz - Google Search

houses by imre makovecz - Google Search

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