How will we plan in 2050? This was the question at the heart of the talk by Dr. Gergely Paulinyi, President and CEO of our firm, at the National Construction Conference organised by ÉVOSZ. In the last few decades, human knowledge and technology has expanded at an astonishing rate, and innovation, like in other industries, could determine the future of the construction industry in the coming years.

According to Dr. Gergely Paulinyi, the architecture of tomorrow will be determined by relative positions of 3 fundamental factors. State and market regulation, the available material, human and intellectual resources and innovation. The long-term goal is to find a balance, which can only be achieved through cooperation between the stakeholders and actors in the construction value chain.

It is also the basis of our firm's working method, which we have developed over several years and which now enables us to manage projects up to the scale of a whole city district based on data, while minimising information loss. A network of projects managed like this in real time provides immediate decision points and makes architecture future-proof. Dr. Gergely Paulinyi concluded his presentation by highlighting that the future of the industry could rest on the responsibility of architects to integrate data and deliver innovations based on it.