Daniel Ewald, landscape architect MNLA

Remnants of the Amber Road

Remnants of the old Amber Road, an important trade route of the Roman empire, was the topic of study yesterday. We went to the historical museum in Sópron to get a lecture from professor János Gömöri, archeologist, explaining the discoveries of ancient relics during the development of the town. Read the rest of this entry »

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Landscape Ambassadors – Analysing the architecture

Street view from Sópron.

We are approaching our theme of analysis – Stone, architecture – through field trips where we observe and discuss the use of local materials and different architectural styles in the region. It is a huge area, with much diversity, but also similarities. On our first field trip we visited several villages south of the Lake Fertö on the South side, exploring the streets, monuments, parks and graveyards as we went along.  Read the rest of this entry »

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