Martha Thorne

World-Renowned Urban Planning Expert

What’s the key to making a city a good place to live? Ask Martha Thorne, whose life in the US and Europe has been a remarkable journey in city planning and architecture. She’s worked on her own, for magazines, museums, and academia and has been the director of the Pritzker Prize award, the “Nobel Prize for architects”. She’s soon coming to Budapest to tell us all about how public spaces can make us humans feel we can interact with them, shape them, and, more importantly: that we belong.


If you’d like to meet her at the festival and ask your most burning questions, grab your ticket or if you’re a student or a teacher, sign up for a free pass.

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