Imre Makovecz, Hungarian Pavilion, Seville Expo, 1992. "Makovecz uses the idea of the tree with its roots exposed to explore his notion of a world beyond view, parallel to our own. [Hungarian Pavilion] became the most visited pavilion [in 1992] … it defied the vacuity and technocratic superficiality usually associated with expo design."

“ Imre Makovecz, Hungarian Pavilion, Seville Expo, “Makovecz uses the idea of the tree with its roots exposed to explore his notion of a world beyond view, parallel to our own.

Pancho Arena, Felcsut, Hungary

Monday, which is a holiday in Hungary, will not be about the resurrection of Jesus Christ but about the resurrection of Hungarian football.

Majestic main pool of the Hagymatikum Bath in Makó, Hungary

Majestic main pool of the Hagymatikum Bath in Makó, Hungary just 30 min from the house in the puszta, Tanya.

Pancho Arena, Felcsut, Hungary

News, photos and discussions on skyscrapers, skylines, cities, architecture and urbanity

Pancho Arena, Felcsut, Hungary

News, photos and discussions on skyscrapers, skylines, cities, architecture and urbanity

Pancho Arena, Felcsut, Hungary

Pancho Arena, Felcsut, Hungary

Pancho Arena, Felcsut, Hungary

Pancho Arena, Felcsut, Hungary

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