The jury

The Prize of landscape architect of the year and junior landscape architect of the year is awarded by a professional jury of 9 members.

Chairman of jury:

Previous year’s professional awarded with the Ormos Imre- Medal.

Members of jury:

Éva Szikra

Landscape architect, Built heritage expert, candidate at The Hungarian Academy of Science. Her life-long achievement is around the historical gardens. She resarched, restored, managed our garden heritage and teach methodes to hundreds of students about historical garden research and planning. She was the main coordinator of the Monostori fortress environmental planning in Komárom. She has got EUROPA NOSTRA AWARD for the Clavinistic Church's garden reconstruction work in Ócsa and Sonkád. The research and reconstruction work of Visegrád renaissance palace garden and castle garden of Tiszadob can be related to her name. She is the president of the Historical Garden Section of ICOMOS National Committee until 2012.

Zaš Brezar

Zaš Brezar is founder and editor of Landezine, international platform for landscape architects. He graduated at the Department of Landscape Architecture, Biotechnical Faculty, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. He has several years of experiences as landscape architect. Currently he is focusing in editing and development of Landezine, organization of Landezine LIVE events and LILA – Landezine International Landscape Award.

Gábor Juhász

Project manager in Semmelrock Stein+Design Ltd. He Studied at St. Stephen University and graduated as an economist. He has worked in Semmelrock until 2003. Thanks to his economist background and more than 15 years pratice in his professional he works fluently with planners, contractors, investors, decision makers from local public authorities and private sector, as well. He is responsible for the mamagement of the concrete products and also the product development and innovation. His work is highly important where the actual project needs a special colored, shaped or measured concrete elements or any other unique production process.

Balázs Csapó

Architect, president of Chamber of Architect of Budapest, CEO of Palatium M4 Project Ltd. He was the leader architect of the M4 subway system stations therefore he became a dominant figure of traffic architecture in Hungary. These stations got several prestigious national awards for example Award of Excellence of Architecture in Budapest, 2015. He was participate in several open space design, has a great connection with contemporary landscape architecture trends and representatives. As a president of the greatest territorial chamber body he is responsibel for the interest of landscape architecture profession. He is a member of the planning board of Terézváros and Kőbánya, and also a member of the Supervisory Board of Hungarian Chamber of Architects.

András Krizsán DLA

Ybl-prized architect, executive director of Modum Atelier Ltd. He finished his architectural studies in 1986 at the Technical University of Budapest. Since 2000 he has been a member of the Association of Hungarian Architects. Nowadays he is the president of this professional association. He has became the chief architect of Pula since 1992 and Esztergom since 2013. He is a boarding member of Hungarian National Rural Network. Between 2008 and 2014 he was the president of the Village Development Association Architectural Division. András Krizsán is one of the representive of organic arhitecture. His versatile architectural activity spead to all over the country, especially on Balaton Highland. His buildings awarded by Architectural Award for Excellence.

Ernő Kosztka

Horticulturist, garden contractor and chemical control expert. He is the president of Association of the Hungarian Garden Contractors and he is also responsible for Barack-Virág Ltd. as executive director. He has nearly two decades experiences in garden design, contracting and maintenance. He is a founding member of the Hungarian Garden Contractor Competition and everlasting member of its organizer team.

Angelika Marosán

Agricultural engineer in environment management field, gardener and green surface maintenance and wildlife management specialist. She is the vice president of MÖFÖSZ (The Hungarian Chief Gardener Association). In her position she is responsible for helping the organizing committee of the Flowering Hungary Movement. She is the permament member of the jury at movement and she is ranking actively in Budapest districts and its suburbian territory. She worked as chief gardener at District III, Budapest and after this period she is participate in the reconstruction of Castle of Gödöllő. She was responsible for the maintenance of castle garden.