Nemes Aurélia, Paksi Borbála, Sok Júlia, Szántó Judit, a térélmény-kísérlet kutatói: Dúll Andrea (pszichológus, PhD DSc); Francsicsné Szántay Zsófia (építész); Keszei Barbara (pszichológus); Kurucz Attila (építész); Losonczi Anna (építész, DLA); Paksi Borbála (szociológus); Ragó Anett (pszichológus, PhD); Szabó Dániel (építész)
The opening buildings and their programs are open to everyone. Admission is free. To participate in the program, you do not need to register or apply at the organisers. Some of our programs, that require registration, are marked separately. In case one of these registrations is full, we indicate it on the building's page on our website as well as on the program page.
From 8 September 2020, our programs are available online and in print at the following distribution points:
»»» at KÉK's office (1111 Budapest, Bartók Béla Road 10-12)
»»» in the OSA building (1051 Budapest, Arany János Street 32)
»»» at the central Tourinform office (1052 Budapest, Sütő Street 2)
»»» at the FUGA Budapest Architecture Center (1052 Budapest, Petőfi Sándor Street 5)
»»» in the opening houses of Budapest100 during the program in 50-50 copies
Budapest100 is a spring weekend celebration of the people and buildings around us. The event was founded in 2011 by the Open Society Archives and the KÉK Contemporary Architecture Centre. Budapest100 emphasises the common values of the city’s inhabitants and aims to bring together people from varied backgrounds in the preparation of the event.