kobrizsa

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kobrizsa

Studied Civil Engeneering and Sociology in Budapest, Hungary. Worked as engineer in the field of water management and ecology, worked for Hungarian Cyclists' Club and other nonprofit organization as project manager and communication expert.

In 2010 established a web and online communication company, called Mindforum. In parallel, he also founded a nonprofit company too, called Mindspace to raise awareness about smart city concept, take actions for better cities and non-formal education in the field of sustainability.

He is co-owner of Lumen Cafe and Bar in Budapest from 2013. From 2014 he is a member of the Children of the Elements startup team to work on children stories on tablets for the global market.

Beginning with March 2018, we straightened out our winter visions; lined up Rákóczi Cartel, signed lease contracts, whitewashed, cleaned up and moved in the vacant stores around Rákóczi Market.

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After the autumn defibrillation of Rákóczi Square we were already pondering about the future of the Market Hall’s neighborhood and on how to open up possibilities for the revived community.

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Short summary about our one and a half years activities in Shared Cities: Creative Momentum project.

From visioning to planning. 
What is the meaning of "Shared" for us?

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Photo: solarisgirl (Flickr)

A Mindspace tudás,- és kommunikációs partnerként részt vesz a NewPilgrimAge projektben és inspirációkkal, innovatív ötletekkel segíti a Via Santi Martini, Európai Kulturális útvonal mentén elhelyezkedő partnervárosokat.

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Budapest is an open book, you just have to look around and read through the lines. Grinding trams, young lovers in the Karolyi Garden, tourist flood at the Great Market Hall, pigeons in the underpasses.

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Four days of workshops, conference and happenings about the Rakoczi square, on the Rakoczi square, with people from the Rakoczi square.

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We were interested in the future of cities, the trend of individual and community involvement and in what the main challenges are that in general the population, and in smaller scale the inhabitants of Budapest has to face with. 10 weeks 21 guests.

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How did you feel on your commute to your workplace this morning?
Imagine your feelings on a scale of 1 to 10, 1 being the worst and 10 being the best. As you were thinking about how you felt and tried to put a number on it, you likely realized that it’s difficult to capture emotions in a quantitative, data-based way.

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As I walk between the high tables set up in the back of the room, I realize these participants are exchanging project information, contacts, ideas and aspirations for a better city.

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Mindspace founders and volunteers work hand in hand concluding and perfecting the last-minute details of the long-awaited urban game that is set to begin in a few hours.

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