Attila is an accomplished architect and ambitious MBA candidate at Bayes Business School (formerly Cass), City, University of London. With a passion for innovation and sustainability, Attila is dedicated to making a significant impact in the architectural industry.
Graduating with both a BSc and an MSc in Architecture from Hungary, Attila has showcased his expertise and creativity. His master’s project, “Munich Symbiotic”, received an excellent grade for its ground-breaking application of Augmented Reality in a historical context.
As an ARB Registered Architect in the UK and a certified BIM professional by BRE, Attila combines technical proficiency with forward-thinking ideas. Currently, his MBA masters project explores how digital twin technology can benefit private equity firms to enhance their portfolio companies.
Beyond his academic pursuits, Attila is actively engaged in topics such as ESG, sustainability, smart cities, and digital twins. He actively participates in physical challenges, having completed the London to Brighton charity bike ride five times for the British Heart Foundation, along with various long-
distance running events. Additionally, Attila is an avid kayaker and a member of the Richmond Canoe Club.
Notably, Attila has contributed his expertise to prestigious projects including Wimbledon’s All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, London City Airport, Gatwick Airport, the award-winning Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and The Ritz-Carlton luxury hotel in Baku, Azerbaijan.
With his architectural proficiency, entrepreneurial spirit, and dedication to sustainability, Attila is well-positioned to bring innovative solutions to Jo Cowen Architects and the industry.