On Tuesday we already had a closer image of how the Subjective atlas of Hungary should look like. We met Annelys at the Kibu and we started developing our ideas. While consulting we did some brainstorming about each other’s contributions and most of us created teams for the projects.
Around lunchtime we decided to continue working while eating – and we choose the ideal place for tasting Hungarian food, the Fővám tér market. We didn’t dare to open our laptops near the sausages and mustard but we had a nice conversation about the little things we Hungarians do.
The meetings continued at Kibu until our guest speakers arrived: Barcza Gergely with an architecture-related project and two members of the cover-team of HVG weekly paper, Kőhalmi Zoltán and Szoboszlay Péter. (I almost asked for an autogram)
They had a lot to say about the state of play in Hungary, you can check it here: