I am focusing on sustainable solutions, while laying great emphasis on BIM and digital building analysis as well. I am also keen to develop confident 3D modelling and interactive visualization skills. I firmly believe, that the construction industry in general has a lot of space to improve its efficiency in terms of using the finite resources humanity has left. This improvement needs to take place on all levels and scales, from the designers to decision makers, from the barn in the backyard to the metropolis of the future. I am concerned about what this future will look like, the buildings that we construct today will stand at the time when we are predicted to deplete the remaining fossil reserves. How can we make sure, that our society can operate and live in a world like that? My passion is constant learning, evolving in all areas of my life.
self employed (within Europe)
2018 January –
– commissioned with project visualisations at varying scale
– architectural design under supervision (small-scale residential and commercial projects)
– BIM project execution and preparatory works
– parametric studies
koeb, BME Solar Decathlon Europe 2019 contestant, Student Team Leader (Budapest, HU)
2017 November – 2019 January
– setting up the project team and vision
– managing people
– handling delivery materials
– negotiating with prospective sponsors
Lenum AG, Praktikant (Vaduz, FL)
2017 summer / 2018 January-February
– gbXML based BIM to BEM workflow testing in various software environments
e.g. Autodesk Building Design Suite (mainly Revit & Dynamo), Lesosai, ARCHICAD
– parametric energy workflow studies with Grasshopper and Dynamo
Konkrét Stúdió, internship (Budapest, HU)
2014-2016 multiple occassions at varying length (not more than 3 months at once)
– project visualisation and preparing presentations
– architectural design under supervision
– technical drawing
Földes Architects, internship (Budapest, HU)
2014 January-March (3 months)
– project visualisation (Liget Project competition entry)
– architectural design under supervision
– architectural model making
Property Capital Invest (Budapest, HU)
2012 – 2017 (various shorter periods of time, project based)
– 3D modelling (from 2D drawings, also checking consistency)
– project visualisation
– quantity take-offs
– various other tasks to help the project management
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest (HU) 2021-
BIM specialist engineer.
Postgraduate specialist training course at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, with a specialization in Building Information Modelling.
Universität Liechtenstein, Vaduz (FL) 2017
Sustainable architectural design and construction.
Design studio under the supervision of Professor Dietrich Schwarz and Daniel Penzis. My semester was spent within the framework of the Erasmus+ exchange programme, with the financial support of the Tempus Foundation (Campus Mundi Scholarship).
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest (HU) 2011-2021
Thesis at the Department of Urban Design and Planning and Department of Building Constructions under the supervision of Tamás Vörös DLA and Dr. Dániel Bakonyi. During my studies I was part of Építész Klub for 5 years, then I started the koeb project (BME Solar Decathlon Europe 2019 Team) with Flóra Horóczi in November, 2017.
SZTE Ságvári Endre Gyakorló Gimnázium, Szeged (HU) 2007-2011
Class specialised in Physics.
Other activities: Robokids (First Lego League contestant, regional winning team in 2007), supervising teachers: Ferenc Rozgonyi-Borus, Zsolt Fodor.
German speaking theatre (programme supported by the Goethe Institut), supervising teachers: Brigitta Szabó, Márta Rixer.
GRAPHISOFT BIM Manager Program, organised by GRAPHISOFT, January-April 2021
I’ve become a Certified Archicad BIM Manager by meeting the course requirements.
Certificate Issue Number: GS001-CABM-2021/00328, valid from 17th May 2021 to 17th May 2023
The 10-week online BIM Manager Program covered general BIM implementation strategies, Archicad template and project management workflows. It is built on established standards that support and complement the OpenBIM concept.
Daylight simulation and optimisation workshop, organised by Mcneel Europe, November 2020
The workshop taught by Mr. Adrian Krężlik and Mr. Rafael Campamà Pizarro focused on the
principal concepts of contemporary daylight techniques. The course covered multiple topics
ranging from Climate Based Daylight Modelling to Circadian Rhythm with a focus on the
simulation of daylight autonomy, glare, daylight factor, and other key concepts of the most
popular sustainable certificates, such as LEED, BREEAM, Living Building Challenge or WELL.
Certificate of Online Course Participation.
2021 – honorable mention for the “Budapest Student City – Big Market Hall and its surroundings” architectural design competition. Lead architect: Gábor Sánta (Future Plans Hungary)
2019 – honorable mention for the Open-Air Theatre competition for the Városmajor, Budapest (HU). Co-authors (architectural design): Tamás Vörös DLA & Flóra Perényi
2017 – honorable mention at the National Memorial Centre competition in Recsk (HU). In collaboration with Viktor Tóth.
2014 – 2nd prize for the paper “Interactive architectural presentation” at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, National Scientific Students’ Associations Conference. Co-author: Ádám Háda, Consultant: Mihály Szoboszlai PhD.
2013 – 1st prize at the student’s competition aimed at the Erkel Theatre’s facade renovation Co-authors: Flóra Horóczi, Viktor Tóth.
2007 – 1st prize at the First Lego League regional (Szeged, Hungary) competition with the Robokids team.