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Interview with BAKOS LÁSZLÓ ARCHITECT,
JÁKY STUDENT from 1990 to 1995
- Why did you choose “THE JÁKY” and who or what motivated you most during the secondary school years?
- I chose Jáky because I decided at a really young age that I wanted to be an architect. At that time Jáky was not the easy way to get into the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, but I wanted to learn more than most of the students at an average secondary school.
- What and who motivated? :)
- Good question. My goals and a few teachers who did everything for the students, and really wanted to find the good skills in the students. I don't want to write names.
- Which were the most important steps of your professional development?
- First I went to England to learn English.
At that time my only chance to do that was to be an au-pair. You can imagine how easy it was. A man babysitter:) I looked after 3 children from the age of 1.5 to 8. :) When our own baby was born I was more experienced than my wife :)
- After England I started the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Architecture.
- Before getting the degree I had an opportunity to work in the USA or study in Spain. I chose the USA.
I went there to work in an architect office, Gabor Lorant Architects, Phoenix, Arizona for a year, but finally I stayed there for two years.
- After returning home I graduated from BUTE but in the meantime I worked full time in an architect office.
- Then I quit the design part of my profession and I started to work in the construction business.
- I worked for several firms, general construction company, project management company, real estate investor company, and I have my own Project Management firm etc.
- Right now I am working for Kaefer Heibl Kft. as a construction director.
- How did you find work in America?
- At university I got involved with the Student Self-government. From the second year I became one of its leaders. It was really exciting and I learned almost as much from it as from the university. As the leader of the Self-government I met a man who in1956 left Hungary and moved to Phoenix, Arizona, where he founded an architect office called Gabor Lorant Architects. Later he sold his firm to his son and came back to Hungary to teach at BUTE. Later on I helped him to find students for his course and he invited me to work in his son’s firm for a year. And it become two.... :)
At the same time I won a grant to study in Spain. I’ve already mentioned that.
Why did I choose the USA?
Because in Spain I would have been a student – just like in Hungary. Spain is much closer and it’s easier to get there than to the USA.
What did I lose with that decision?
The opportunity to learn another language.
But what did I win?
Two years of fun, travelling as much as I could afford from my wage, making a few friends, and gaining a lot of experience. I got familiar with the Americans, the Americans architecture. etc. . So I think a made a good decision.
- What are the most memorable moments of those two years?
- I have a lot of interesting memories from girls and parties to the Grand Canyon and Las Vegas, but I think the following story is a good example of how much our Hungarian universities are worth.
- When I went there I had finished the 4th year at BUTE. To get a working VISA I had to evaluate my 4-year-study. According to the Americans it was equal to bachelor degree.
So I worked there with a "bachelor architect degree".
One day my college came to me and tried to explain some details. I asked her to draw that details to me. She drew me something that was not much better than my 2-year-old daughter can do. I started to laugh, and I told her I felt that she had never learned freehand drawing. She got upset and sad. She was teaching in a college. :) She had master’s degree.
- How often do you use English in everyday life?
- It depends on where I work and who I work with. Real estate business in Hungary is connected to foreign people in a lot of cases, and they almost all speak English. Right now I use it weekly.
- What other languages can you speak?
- Nothing else than English
- Do you keep in touch with anybody you met abroad?
- Yes. I have a few friends there, but the American habits are completely different from ours. So it was not easy with them....
- As an architect what do you think of the necessity of computer skills? How often do you use computers in your work?
- Every architect uses computers, but it is really important to learn freehand drawing. It is the “international language” of architecture. Later on when you are able to make any kind of freehand design then it is allowed to use computers. Architects never design by computers. The designing part can only be done with freehand drawing. Computers, however, are excellent for making the documentation.
- What are the most important buildings you worked on?
Since I'm not a designing architect I can measure the importance of a building with the total cost of it. The biggest I worked on was the Parkway office building in Budapest on Könyves Kálmán körút. It is 26000 m2 office building which is rented by MAV. I made the shell and core and the complete Fit-Out construction, I was on the investor’s side.
- And finally, what advice could you give us, the present students of Jáky?
- Have a goal and do everything to achieve it.
- Believe in yourself and then you can do it!
- Thank you for the interview.
The interview was made by Joó Ádám és Nagy László students from class 12. D,
in March 2010.
Teacher consultant: Geleszné Földváry Viktória
Bakos László and his daughter
Superker Elektrocentrum Electric Store
Parkway Office Building
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