Architectural Matters - Denis Montel & Julia Capp lecture

MOME Architecture Institute’s Public Lecture Series welcomes prominent Hungarian and International Architects, Designers, and Thinkers to present and discuss their work within the built environment.

The Spring 2023 series titled “Architectural Matters” features a diversity of lecturers from around Europe whose work focuses on the materialization of forward-thinking concepts. The wide range of expertise creates an opportunity for discussion and reflection on the state of creating our cities of tomorrow. 

About the lecture 

Denis Montel (FR) and Julia Capp (AU) are the Artistic and General Directors of RDAI based in Paris, France and practicing architecture, interior architecture and product design. 
With nearly one hundred employees from 10 different nationalities, the agency — winner of the Equerre d'Argent, French best architecture prize in 2014 — is recognized worldwide.

RDAI works on all scales, from entire buildings to interior environments and individual objects - with innovative support from technical experts, research and development, datamining and material specialists - treating a diverse selection of programmes including retail, hotel, residential, workplace, cultural, events and furniture design. With its intuitive and conceptual approach, the objective of RDAI is to reach the very essence in every creation.

All lectures are free and open to the public, providing refreshments and followed by time for discussion. Continuing education credits are available through the Hungarian Chamber of Architects. 

For those professionals who are interested in credits registration is mandatory: 

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Event information

Date: 30/03/2023, 6p.m.
Venue: MOME Auditorium _ M_114

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