SHARE Budapest 2021
International Architecture and Engineering Forum

SHARE Budapest 2021 International Architecture and Engineering Forum, physically held on the 23rd of November, is an invitation to meet innovators and influencers in architecture and building technologies.

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Guest speakers

Gianluca Racana is Board Director of Zaha Hadid Architects, one of the world’s leading practices in the field of architecture and urban design.
He joined ZHA in 2000 to lead the MAXXI Contemporary Arts Centre project in Rome, receiver of the RIBA Stirling Prize in 2010, and became Director in 2013.
He was project director for a number of large scale projects including the Citylife mixed-use development in Milan, alongside the new iconic rail station at Riyadh’s King Abdullah Financial District in Saudi Arabia, as well as overseeing much of the practice’s work in Italy and Australia.

ETAN KIMMEL - Co-Founder Kimmel Eshkolot Architects - Israel
Kimmel-Eshkolot Architects is an Israeli architecture firm, founded by Etan Kimmel and Michal Kimmel-Eshkolot in Tel Aviv, Israel in 1986. 
In 2011 the firm won the Rechter Prize for Architecture, considered to be the most prestigious award for architecture in Israel. It received the award for the design of a rehabilitation center for IDF disabled veterans, located in Be’er Sheva. This project was also selected for project of the year in the international competition of the magazine Israeli Architecture. Kimmel Eshkolot Architects won first prize in the international Dedalo Minosse competition and the RIBA award for international excellence 2018 for The National Memorial in Mount Herzl.

BERNARD KHOURY - Founder Bernard Khoury - Lebanon
Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury (1968) is the son of Khalil Khoury (1929-2008), exponent of the modernism movement in architecture. Bernard Khoury spent his adolescence in Beirut during the civil war (1975-1990), completing his studies in the USA and graduating from Rhode Island School of Design in 1991. Two years later he obtained his Masters degree from Harvard. Returning to Beirut, he began his professional career and founded the DW5 architectural practice in 1993. During the post-civil war period, the city and its urban landscape became Khoury’s workshop and source of inspiration. Bernard Khoury was awarded, by the municipality of Rome, the honorable mention of the Borromini Prize given to architects under forty years of age. He was the architect and co-curator of the Kingdom of Bahrain’s national pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2014. He is the co-founder of the Arab Center for Architecture.

LUKASZ PLATKOWSKI - Principal Gensler - UK 
As a firmwide Tall Buildings Practice Area Leader and Regional Design Leader for EMEA region, Lukasz Platkowski has a wide experience in designing large-scale commercial, residential and public spaces. Since joining Gensler in 2004, Lukasz has participated in a variety of international and multicultural projects, where he’s become known for his focus on challenging the boundaries of design.
He is a visiting tutor at the University of Nottingham’s Department of Architecture and Built Environment and a past jury panel participant of the prestigious competitions LEAF Awards 2015 and World Architectural News commercial awards. He will also be a juror at the 2016 LEAF Awards. Lukasz Platkowski contributes to BCO CTBUH Strategic Guidelines.

Graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of Kraków Technical University (PK) in 1982, doctorate in 1987. Holder of a doctoral internship at School of Art & Design, University of Tsukuba, Japan, in 1983–1985. In 1984–1985, worked at the atelier of Arata Isozaki in Tokyo, in 1987 – at J.S.Polshek & Partners in New York. Co-founder of JET Atelier (1991–2009) and Ingarden & Ewý Architekci (from 1998) managed together with Jacek Ewý. Since 2003, has lectured at the Faculty of Architecture and Fine Arts of Kraków College (KAFM) and was its Deputy Dean in 2003-2011, since 2010 foreign examiner at the Faculty of Architecture at Dundee University (UK). Since 2002, the Honorary Consul of Japan in Kraków.

MARTIN HRISTOV - Founder E-Arch Studio - Bulgaria
E-Arch Studio is an architectural, urban planning and design company based in Varna, Bulgaria. The studio was founded by the partners Martin Hristov and Galina Baleva in 2001.
The team has worked on a wide variety of designs such as residential complexes, hotels, office buildings, educational and health facility buildings, sports facilities, industrial buildings and individual houses.
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The SHARE Budapest 2021 Forum will take place physically at the Budapest Marriott Hotel.

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