Vocational Training for Young Architects 2009-2013

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The subject of the programme called ’Vocational Training of Young Architects’ was trainings realized at architectural firms of foreign countries. The project took place between 2009 and 2013 as part of four separate Leonardo da Vinci mobility projects. The main goals were the following:

Organizing vocational trainings for young, graduated architects in several countries of the EU // gathering practical experiences during the training: getting to know the methods and practices of work, especially the differencies in approach, in a wider sense the architectural culture and the system of construction (regulations, etc.) of the host country // getting to know the steps of architectural projects in the host organizations, architectural offices, taking part in these projects or in the parts of these projects // communicating at the host organizations, teamwork in foreign language – may it be the language of the host country or one of the international languages -, developing the ability of communication and practicing the language of profession // getting to know the environment and the tools of the host office, becoming aquainted with new computer programmes for design and method of making models of the building or environment under design process // sharing work experiences with a wide range of people through publicing complex reports about the vocational trainings.

Gathering the above mentioned experiences helps the development of approaches and also working methods of design at home. The programme also helps to discover the valuable aspects of design methods used in Hungary. It is the long-term and general goal of the project – which is also one of the main object of our association – to raise the standard of the national architectural culture. Our hope is that young architects enrich themselves with this short outlook both culturally and professionally, and this development can give good and fresh impulses to the Hungarian architecture.

SEASON 2009-2010: LdV-HU-09-PLM-2012

In the first section of the ‘Vocational Training for Young Architects’ programme between 1st September 2009 and 31st August 2012 the association organized 12 internships in 6 countries – Iceland, Spain, Turkey, Portugal, United Kingdom and The Netherlands. The periods were 4 and 12 weeks long. The list of participants is available below:

Eszter Dörnyei : Plúsarkitektar EHF, Rejkyavík, Iceland – 28.09.-20.12.2009 – final report
Zsolt Takács : PLúsarkitektar EHF, Rejkyavík, Iceland – 28.09.-20.12.2009 – final report
Péter Páczelt : XV Studio, Barcelona, Spain – 01.03.-23.05.2010 – final report
Tímea Egervári : Piemonte Samsarelou Arquitectos, Barcelona, Spain – 17.05.-13.06.2010 – final report
Dániel Katona : HCP Arquitectos, Malaga, Spain – 18.05.-09.08.2010 – final report
Adrienn Tamás : MGM Arquitectos, Sevilla, Spain – 07.06.-29.08.2010 – final report
Ákos Mihályi : 3A Design Studio, Bodrum, Turkey – 24.05.-20.06.2010 – final report
Petra Tóth : 3A Design Studio, Bodrum, Turkey – 24.05.-20.06.2010 – final report
Zsófia Takács : Miguel Arruda Arquitectos, Lisbon, Portugal – 07.06.-29.08.2010 – final report
Erzsébet Csete : END Studio, London, United Kingdom – 13.06.-10.07.2010 – final report
Gabriella Révész : Stichting Robinia, Wageningen, The Netherlands – 02.08.-29.08.2010 – final report
Gábor Szücs : Stichting Robinia, Wageningen, The Netherlands – 02.08.-29.08.2010 – final report

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SEASON 2010-2011 : Ldv-HU-10-PLM-2005

In the second section of the ‘Vocational Training for Young Architects’ programme between 1st March 2011 and 28th February 2012 the association organized 16 internships in 4 countries – Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, The Netherlands. The periods were 13 and 26 weeks long. Below are the participants with their host offices and training periods (reports are only accessible in Hungarian):

Péter Romvári : Surface Architects, London, United Kingdom – 2011.03.01.-2011.05.30. – report | final report
Zsuzsa Nyéky-Gergely : Studio Romoli, Rome, Italy – 2011.04.03.-2011.07.03. – report | final report
Ádám Potzner : Architetti Associati, Rome, Italy – 2011.05.02.-2011.07.31. – report | final report
Bernadett Urbanovics : LDA Studio, Genova, Italy – 2011.05.02.-2011.07.31. – report | final report
Viola Polácsek : Piemonte Samsarelou Arquitectos – Fusina6, Barcelona, Spain – 2011.04.03.-2011.07.03. – report | final report
Ödön Hajnal : RCR Arquitectos, Olot, Spain – 2011.04.11.-2011.10.09. – report | final report
Gábor Fábián : EXE Arquitectura, Barcelona, Spain – 2011.06.06.-2011.09.04. – report | final report
Dénes Fajcsák : EXE Arquitectura, Barcelona, Spain – 2011.06.06.-2011.09.04. – report | final report
Zsuzsanna Tolnai : AV62 Arquitectos, Barcelona, Spain – 2011.06.06.-2011.09.04. – report | final report
Ákos Csécsei : GRAS Arquitectos, Palma de Mallorca, Spain – 2011.07.01.-2011.12.29. – report | final report
Orsolya Maza : XV Studio, Barcelona, Spain – 2011.07.04.-2012.01.01. – report | final report
Zsuzsanna Parádi : Piemonte Samsarelou Arquitectos – Fusina6, Barcelona, Spain – 2011.07.04.-2012.01.01. – report | final report
Zita Pelle : AV62 Arquitectos, Barcelona, Spain – 2011.09.01.-2011.12.07. – report | final report
Marcell Balázs : Piemonte Samsarelou Arquitectos – Fusina6, Barcelona, Spain – 2011.09.19.-2011.12.18. – report | final report
Zsuzsanna Házi : Doepel Strijkers, Rotterdam, The Netherlands – 2011.09.05.-2012.01.08. – report | final report
Ferenc Károly : Doepel Strijkers, Rotterdam, The Netherlands – 2011.09.05.-2012.01.08. – report | final report

SEASON 2011-2012 : LdV-HU-11-PLM-2015

In the third section of the ‘Vocational Training for Young Architects’ programme series, between 1st September 2011 and 30th September 2012 EK Association organized 15 internships in 7 countries – Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Germany. The periods were 13 and 26 weeks long. Participants of the project were the following:

Judit Boda : Ardielli Associati, Verona, Italy – 2011.09.20 – 2011.12.19 – report | final report
Alida Vanyó : Sincretica srl, Pescara, Italy – 2011.09.12 – 2011.12.11 – report | final report
Gergő Zsidek : Miguel Lacomba, Palma, Spain – 2011.09.20 – 2011.12.19 – report | final report
Gabriella Gutema : Saunders Architecture, Bergen, Norway – 2012.02.02.-2012.04.18. – report | final report
Klára Weninger : Dittmar+Bochmann, Amsterdam, The Netherlands – 2011.09.01.-2012.02.29 – report | final report
Zsófia Berényi : Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos, Madrid, Spain – 2011.11.21.-2012.02.19 – report | final report
Zsófia Dobay : Willy Müller Architects, Barcelona, Spain – 2011.11.28.-2012.02.26 – report | final report
Adrienn Molnár : LGLS Arquitectos, Lisbon, Portugal – 2012.05.01.-2012.07.30 – report | final report
Bea Knerczer : Broadway Malyan, London, United Kingdom – 2011.11.28.-2012.02.19 – report | final report
Sándor Guba : Querkraft Architekten, Wien, Austria – 2012.01.09.-2012.04.29 – report | final report
Éva Keresztessy : Christian Kronaus, Wien, Austria – 2012.02.29.-2012.07.31 – report | final report
Norbert Kákóczki : Rijnboutt BV, Amsterdam, Hollandia – 2012.02.06.-2012.05.06 – report | final report
Péter Böhler : YES Architecture, Munich, Germany – 2012.01.09.-2012.07.08 – report | final report
Gábor Palotás : Atelier Thomas Pucher, Graz, Austria – 2012.03.01.-2012.08.29 – report | final report
Orsolya Tóth : Atelier Thomas Pucher, Graz, Austria – 2012.03.01.-2012.08.29 – report | final report

SEASON 2012-2013 : LdV-HU-12-PLM-2005

In the last fourth section of the programme series, between 1st June 2012 and 31th August 2013 EK Association organized 18 internships in 5 countries – Spain, United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Austria and Germany. The periods were between 12 and 24 weeks’ time. Participants of the project were the following:

Hundt Péter : HOLODECK architects, Vienna, Austria – 2013.02.04 – 2013.06.09 – report | final report
Kopár Andrea : AMBS Architects, London, United Kingdom – 2012.06.04 – 2012.11.18 – report | final report
Csizmadi Péter : AllesWirdGut Architektur, Vienna, Austria – 2013.03.31 – 2013.08.20 – report | final report
Kohout Dávid : Architekt Daniel Fügenschuh, Innsbruck, Austria – 2013.02.04 – 2013.05.12 – report | final report
Bajusz Csaba : Béla Berec Architektur, Esslingen, Germany – 2012.10.08 – 2013.01.27 – report | final report
Bőczén Árpád : KON-TIKI Büro, Lüneburg, Germany – 2012.12.03 – 2013.02.24 – report | final report
Kertész Zsuzsanna : Rijnboutt BV, Amsterdam, The Netherlands – 2013.02.04 – 2013.04.28 – report | final report
Őszi László : Bence Zólyom Architektur, Berlin, Germany – 2012.09.03 – 2012.11.25 – report | final report
Ghyczy Dénes Emil : AV62 Arquitectos, Barcelona, Spain – 2012.10.01 – 2013.01.20 – report | final report
Juhász Veronika : AV62 Arquitectos, Barcelona, Spain – 2013.06.03 – 2013.08.25 – report | final report
Hajdu Gáspár : GABU Heindl Architektur, Vienna, Austria – 2013.02.04 – 2013.06.09 – report | final report
Kern Ádám : Rijnboutt BV, Amsterdam, The Netherlands – 2013.02.04 – 2013.04.28 – report | final report
Konopás Judit Emese : AMBS Architects, London, United Kingdom – 2013.01.03 – 2013.03.27 – report | final report
Szatmári Tímea : opw architektur, Vienna, Austria – 2013.03.18 – 2013.07.07 – report | final report
Kutasi Dániel : Architekt Daniel Fügenschuh, Innsbruck, Austria – 2013.05.06 – 2013.08.18 – report | final report
Szalay Csaba : Hohenzollern Architekten, Berlin, Germany – 2013.05.19 – 2013.08.31 – report | final report
Reményi Petra Vera : Bence Zólyom Architektur, Berlin, Germany – 2013.06.09 – 2013.08.31 – report | final report
Éberling Dalma : Köberl Döringer Architekten, Passau, Germany – 2013.04.29 – 2013.08.04 – report | final report