Ferenc Bán

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Ferenc Bán (born September 17, 1940) is a Hungarian architect,[1] one of the foremost in the progressive design movement, emblematic figure of eastern Hungarian building. He was born in Tokaj, Hungary. His Tokaj home is an icon of building in the countryside.

Qualifications[edit]

Career highlights[edit]

  • 1966–90: Nyírterv
  • 1990- "A" Studio Kft. (Nyíregyháza)
  • Hungarian Builder's chapter area president
  • Pécs University of Sciences esteemed teacher
  • Master teacher at Master class

Works[edit]

Union headquarters in Mátészalka
  • MITÁSZ headquarters, Nyíregyháza (1974–78)
  • Cultural House, Nyíregyháza (1979–81)
  • City Hall, Mátészalka (1980–85)
  • Union headquarters, Nyíregyháza (1986–88)
  • Mátészalka Theatre (1983–85)
  • Záhony baths(1987)
  • National Theatre architectural competition first prize(1998)
  • His holiday home in Tokaj (2000) It geomorphic forms have been noted in various overseas publications.
  • Campus Hotel, Debrecen (2005)
  • Cultural centre, Nyírbátor (2006)

Prizes[edit]

  • Pro Urbe prize (1984)
  • Ybl Miklós prize (1986)[1]
  • Kossuth Prize (1994)[1]
  • Pro Architectura prize (1997)
  • Hungarian Republic Medal (2003)
  • Molnár Farkas prize (2004)[2]

Prima Primissima prize(2004)[3]

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