Tamás Horváth

Tamás Horváth
Széchenyi István University, Gyor · Department of Architecture and Building Construction

architect, PhD


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Tamás Horváth currently works at the Department of Architecture and Building Construction, Széchenyi István University, Gyor. Tamás does research in Architectural Engineering. His current projects are 'energetic analysis of modernization of educational buildings' and 'education and research of building constructions'.
Additional affiliations
February 2020 - present
Széchenyi István University, Gyor
  • Professor (Associate)
November 2017 - January 2020
Széchenyi István University, Gyor
  • Lecturer
September 2007 - October 2017
Széchenyi István University, Gyor
  • Lecturer
September 2007 - September 2017
Multidisciplinary Doctoral School of Engineering Sciences
Field of study
  • civil engineering
September 2001 - July 2007


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Projects (4)
Education and research of building constructions
Archived project
The MILD HOME project started its work in October 2012 by the co-funding of the European Union, in the framework of the South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme. Its aim is to develop the design of a new residential building prototype in with a new philosophy, investigating different scenarios for its operation and feasibility. In the project ecological and economical sustainable solutions are researched for housing and urban development. ‘MILD HOME’ was defined as a prototype of an affordable housing for the next few decades, discovering the appropriate architectural responses for the continuously changing environmental and social challenges. ‘Eco Green Village’ is a complementary system to the individual MILD HOMEs, integrating those into an almost autonomous settlement.
Archived project
The Architecture of Totalitarian Regimes in Urban Managements is an ambitious project which aims to put a key element of twentieth-century European history, heritage and memory into greater focus. It is ambitious in its scope but also in the extent and nature of the partnership. The project is made up of 18 partners from 11 different countries from the area of South East Europe. The partners come from Italy, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Slovakia, Romania, Greece, Croatia, Serbia, Albania and Bosnia-Herzegovina, and all share a desire to focus on the architectural heritage of the different totalitarian regimes which they have experienced in the twentieth century from a cultural and historical point of view. Through ATRIUM, researches, economic studies, documentations & tools will be prepared to submit a specific dossier to the Council of Europe to be acknowledged by it as European Cultural Route.This will also be a leverage for the economic valorisation of the Partners' territories.