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About the project

Our proposal will be a building, a memorial, an installation inviting to performance, and a selfie spot at the same time. Represents all the historical and contemporary tendencies of remembrance, which are getting more and more important in our society in the age of viral sharing.

 

Every society has places to remember, to their heroes, to their roots, to their history. Builders society is not an exception. So we cannot say goodbye to the past ten years of Hello Wood without erecting a monument.

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BIO

Paradigma Ariadné is a Budapest based architecture studio unrestricted either by means or dimension, the founders of which, when working and thinking about architecture, employ a wide range of instruments offered by their professional praxis and address the built environment in the context of the market.

This is why the clients of Paradigma Ariadné include individuals, institutions, companies, and local governments as well, allowing us to assist and to provide ideas and understandings wherever processes either taking place in or creating a built environment require architecture-related knowledge.

Hence, the knowledge produced at Paradigma Ariadné can take a variety of forms. Our activity comprises architectural and urban design as much as strategic guidance and cultural management regarding space-related issues. The work we do may result in a building, a furniture, an event, or even a book.

Paradigma Ariadné led by Attila Róbert Csóka, Szabolcs Molnár and Dávid Smiló

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