The dotlinearchitects is an open minded, young community, based in Barcelona, Budapest and Zürich. Our main focus fields are research, architecture and development on a local scale, while we continuously collaborate with partners on a global level. Co-design, co-production and sharing are key elements of our work. The “Architecture for Refugees” project was initiated by Zsófia Glatz and Bence Komlósi.
Zsófia Glatz, born 1982, graduated at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BUTE) in 2007. After graduation she started the DLA (Doctor of Liberal Arts) School at BUTE. Her research topic is “Social Housing in Hungary – Personal Presence”. In 2010 she won a doctoral scholarship to the ETH Zürich. Her supervisor was Prof. Ákos Moravánszky. In addition she took part in the first semester of MAS Housing Wohnforum.
Bence Komlósi, born 1982, graduated at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BUTE) in 2009. In 2013 he received his MAS in Housing at the ETH Zürich Wohnforum. His research title was “Living Democracy – Bottom-Up Initiatives for Sustainable Housing Developments in Budapest – Housing Co-operatives as Potential Tools”.