At the next Architectural Matters event of the MOME Institute of Architecture on November 7, this time, in an unusual way, the participants can listen to a guided round table discussion with Vidic Grohar Arhitekti and Mertelj Vrabič Arhitekti, the curators of the Slovenian pavilion of the 2023 Venice Architecture Biennale, as well as Arhitekti Počivašek Petranovič.
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.
An extensive collaboration was launched by the Janus Pannonius Museum in 2020 under the name Op Art Academy, coordinating the work of students and teachers of four universities, including the MOME Architecture Institute. The spatial sculptures, designs, models and videos created during the workshops are featured in an exhibition that opened on 17 March in Pécs.
In autumn 2021, fourteen third year MOME architecture students created fourteen different skewerdrivers at the Experimental Workshop class. Based on stories, writings, research or their imagination, they came up with full background stories for the fictitious ‘skewerdriver’, including its history, the location, era and society where it was used, and the rituals, roles, lifestyles and needs surrounding its invention.