Budapest100 is an architectural and cultural festival, a celebration of communities and the city, which has been running for 13 years and welcomes all those interested in architecture and urban issues. Our programs will take place in 2023 between 11-14 May.
The programme list contains the addresses of the opening houses and the dates and descriptions of related events.
The buildings participating in the programme are marked with Budapest100 banners at the entrance. Where no such banner is visible, the location is not part of our programme.
The venues and programmes are free and open to the public during the event. When a building’s courtyard is full of visitors, our volunteers will signal when the gate is open. Please wait patiently until then.
In most cases, no prior registration is required to participate in the programmes. Programmes that require registration are indicated separately.
For programmes subject to registration, we have set a maximum number of people based on the capacity of the event. Before you try to register, make sure there is space available for the programme.
The programmes are mostly in Hungarian. Programmes that are in English, or can be enjoyed regardless of language skills, are marked “English friendly”.
In the programme list, labels indicate the type of programmes.
The detailed and final programme is available on budapest100.hu and in the Budapest100 app, which can be downloaded from the Google Play Store and the App Store.
Everyone can visit the programmes at their own risk. Please take care of your physical safety. We cannot be held responsible for any accidents.
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Noémi Saly: literary and Budapest historian, his most important topic is the history of coffee houses - as he defines it himself: "the charming essence of old Budapest life". Noémi Saly: literary and Budapest historian, her most important topic is the history of coffee houses - as she defines it herself: "the charming essence of old Budapest life". (HUN)
On Saturday you can visit our studio in the courtyard of Lumen. You can peek into our latest projects and you can also join our full day laser-cutting workshop. We are preparing with some customisable little specialities, but you are also welcome to bring your own materials, ideas, let’s see where it goes! https://noppa-design.com/
Stop by our open office to browse through our catalogue of public service deprived neighbourhoods or our publications on ecological issues of Lake Balaton. While doing so we are happy to tell you about our work, concepts, environmental fairness, change of approach of ecological challenges, social problems in the urban periphery, or whatever you are curious about.