• INTRODUCTORY THOUGHTS

    A substantial part of the national wealth is embodied in buildings and constructed objects. Their operation, renovation, or the creation of new ones, cost a considerable amount of money even at the scale of national economy.
    The Hungarian construction industry is part of the single European market.

  • INTRODUCTORY THOUGHTS

    The architect creates space and spirit - this is the way the natural and built environment becomes an integral part of national culture. The buildings, public spaces, public works of art, engineering structures, the settlements and the natural environment together form the cultural landscape, which is our common national value.

  • INTRODUCTORY THOUGHTS

    The preservation of the natural and man-made assets present in the Carpathian Basin is an important task. Therefore, architecture represents a public interest, i.e. a matter for all people and furthermore, quality, duty and responsibility.

  • INTRODUCTORY THOUGHTS

    Architecture directly determines the quality of our environment, and thereby also the dignity of human existence. Architecture shapes public taste, infl uences moods and forms culture, and is in this respect extremely important for social cohesion.

  • INTRODUCTORY THOUGHTS

    There is more to architecture than just new buildings, because settlements and building complexes are bearers of intellectual, aesthetic and human values, thereby substantially influencing our emotions and the quality and feel of our everyday social cooperation.

  • INTRODUCTORY THOUGHTS

    A beautiful and healthy environment is a source of pleasure for society. Good architecture encompasses culture, technical knowledge and business as mutual preconditions for each other. Architectural quality plays a key role in the international competition seen in tourism and in shaping a country’s image.

National Architecture Policy

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Architecture Policy