Double vision

For now, Hungarian architecture is split into two schools of thought: "organic", typified by the work of Imre Makovecz, and "international", spearheaded by Jószef Finta. These two figureheads define Hungary's architectural landscape, and provide inspiration for architects and citizens.

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