Dr Peter Magyar, RIBA, CAHA, distinguished professor of architecture, served at their universities as head, or as in Florida Atlantic, founding director of the school of architecture. His strong belief is that teaching has to have a constantly tested and renewed source of direct participation in the actual practice of architecture. Hence his many projects, the results of consulting with noted firms or entering competitions. Both his practice and his academic activities are conducted on the international level. His Master and Doctor of Architecture degrees are from the Technical University of Budapest. He authored several books, Thought Palaces (1999), Thinkink (2010), Urban Innuendoes (2012) and Seven Lessons on Architectural Morphogenesis (2013) are among the latest ones. He was elected as member of the Hungarian Academy of Letters and Arts in 2014.
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