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Ilona Lénárd

Ilona Lénárd
Birth name Ilona Lénárd
Born 1948 (age 65–66)
Hungary
Nationality Hungarian
Field architecture, art
Movement Hyper architecture, Digitecture, Digital art

Ilona Lénárd was born 1948 in Hungary. She is an independent visual artist and realizes large scale urban art projects in cooperation with architect Kas Oosterhuis. During their stay at Theo van Doesburg's studio in Meudon near Paris, Oosterhuis and Lénárd opted for a fusion of architecture and art. From the very start of a project they work on the same scale keeping in mind the same budget in a parallel and interactive process. Their recent sculptural buildings, the Saltwater pavilion at Neeltje Jans, the garbage transfer station Elhorst / Vloedbelt in Zenderen and the music sculpture in Oldemarkt, show where their uncompromising urge for new concepts can lead. Oosterhuis and Lénárd like to describe their work as building bodies, as intelligent sculptures and as bodies generating realtime behavior.

Lénárd and Oosterhuis currently run the multidisciplinary office Oosterhuis Lénárd, based in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

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