About

Attila BUJDOSÓ is an architect, researcher, social entrepreneur and cultural broker based in Budapest, Hungary. He has worked at Kitchen Budapest new media research lab since 2008, as researcher and lately as senior research supervisor.

He is curator and co-editor of the book Subjective Atlas of Hungary, published in 2011. He is curator and founder of Remix Architecture initiative and is a curatorial board member of KÉK – Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre.

Between 2006 and 2011, Attila organized and curated Pecha Kucha Night Budapest events: 26 events involving 200+ speakers and 7500+ visitors in total. Formerly he worked as an architect for ONL [Oosterhuis_Lénárd] on the CET Budapest mixed-development project.

Attila graduated as an architect but he wants to design not only buildings but the whole world. He is especially interested in the field where technology, culture and society meets and interacts, a field that he describes as webitics. Attila never likes to be bored. He is addicted to coffee, large cities and the Internet.

photo courtesy of Neményi Márton

Attila enjoys sharing his view, experience and knowledge in any applicable ways. He frequently gives lectures and talks on topics like contemporary architecture in Japan, Re:orient, CET Budapest project, parametric design of complex geometries, webitics. He led (sometime organized) several workshops.

Attila’s works were shown at numerous exhibitions and his work was awarded several times. Additionally, he often writes articles for architecture and design magazines including Alaprajz, Octogon, Átrium, Kindai Kenchiku.