Tamas Nagy is a Hungarian architect born in Csorna in 1951. His wife is Ilona Lovas, a Hungarian artist.
After finishing the secondary school in Gyor he graduated from the Budapest University of Technology Faculty of Architecture in 1975. Between 1975 and 1986 , he worked as an architect designer in the BUVATI, Urban Design Office Budapest. He attended the Master School of Architecture between 1978 and 1880. Then he worked in New York for three years at Haines Lundberg Waehler Architects. Returning from the USA, he spent a year at MAKONA, the office of Imre Makovecz. In 1990 he founded his office, the AXIS Architects together with Ferenc Salamin and Laszlo Vincze Ferenc, where he worked for ten years mainly on religious projects. In 1998 he got the DLA title. In 2000 he established his own architectural office, the LINT Architecture and Art where he is currently working as a senior architect designer.
From 1979 he takes part in the Hungarian architectural education. He taught at the Faculty of Architecture of the Budapest University of Technology and as well at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts as a lecturer. From 2004 he is the Head of the Department of Architecture at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art.
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