PARALLELS in the villa architecture of Hudec and the V4 countries
The Parallels exhibition was born as the reinterpretation of the former Great Villas exhibition, which represented the outstanding villa architecture of the V4 countries.This selection presents those masterpieces, that are parallel to the Shanghai Villas of László Hudec. The aim…
7th March 2015, Saturday Budapest, Castle Bazaar and the Royal Gardens 7th March 2015, Saturday Budapest, Castle Bazaar and the Royal Gardens 08.00–09.00 Registration 09.00–09.30 Opening ceremony: H. Gajus Scheltema ambassador (Netherlands), Deniz İncedayı vice-president of UIA – president…
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