The II. National Salon of Architecture exhibition has just opened, where three P-R&P projects will be presented to the public in the Kunsthalle: Pannon Park Biodome, Nordic Light Offices and Békéscsaba Railway Station. Featuring hundreds of architectures and buildings, the exhibition among other topics focuses on innovative and sustainable future-minded architectural solutions. The most significant Hungarian contemporary architectural exhibition presents an exciting picture of the last five years of Hungarian architecture. Beside presenting outstanding domestic architectural results, great importance is given to community power and joint activity, which is becoming increasingly important in architectural space and its creation. The exhibition is open until August 20. The main curator of the exhibition is György Szegő DLA architect, applied artist, Art Director of Kunsthalle, and one of the cocurators is Bálint Botzheim, architect of Paulinyi-Reith & Partners.