What does it mean to live in the city without a place you can call your own? What role can architects have in addressing homelessness? And how can cities become a better home for all? The documentary film What It Takes to Make a Home follows a conversation between architects Michael Maltzan (Los Angeles) and Alexander Hagner (Vienna), who have been grappling with these questions over many years and through various projects.
What It Takes to Make a Home is screening at the Budapest Architecture Film Days in Budapest, as part of their Afraid of the Present?-Selection of shorts.
Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út 36-38
Friday, 6 March at 7PM
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