Miklós Marosi (Miskolc, December 16, 1942 - Budapest, October 8, 2021) Széchenyi Prize-winning Hungarian architect.
He is the middle child of postal officer Ferenc Marosi and Magdolna Kecskés, a certified teacher. He completed his secondary school studies at the Ferenc Földes High School in Miskolc between 1956 and 1960. From 1960 to 1965 he was a student of the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the Technical University of Construction and Transport.
From 1963 to 1965 he worked for the Technical University Student Design Office. From 1965 he was a member of the Association of Hungarian Architects (MÉSZ), from 1982 to 1990 he was a member of the board, from 2009 he was the chairman of the MÉSZ Audit Committee. Between 1965 and 1971, he was a subordinate designer and then studio manager of the Postal Design Institute. Since 1970, he has been the studio manager, department head and studio chief engineer of the Public Building Design Company (KÖZTI Zrt.).
Between 1972 and 1973 he graduated from the MÉSZ Master School. From 1996 he was the Chairman of the Board of Directors of KÖZTI. Between 2000 and 2009, he was a member of the board of the Association of Hungarian Architects (MÉSZ). He was a member of the Pro Architectura Committee from 2001 to 2003 and from 2008 to 2010. Between 2007 and 2011 he was a member of the social organization of the Hungarian Academy of Arts. He has been a member of the Budavár Planning Council since 2009. Since 2011 he has been the chairman of the board of trustees of Pál Csonka.
From 2011 he was a full member of the Hungarian Academy of Arts, from 2017 he was its vice-president. Since 2012, he has been the chairman of the jury of the Saint-Gobain Trofea design competition.
His masters were Miklós Hofer, György Jánossy and Lajos Zalaváry.
In 1969, he married architect Falk Edit. They had two children: Bence (1974) and Eszter (1978).
His main works
County Hospital, Kecskemét, 1980 - The county hospital built in the Széchenyi district is a complex medical center. Attached to the hotel wing is the two-storey block, which houses the diagnostic, therapeutic units and the service block. The complex includes the county clinic, the regional Onco-radiology center and the ambulance station.
New clinical block of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Medicine of Szeged, Szeged, 1983 - The 410-bed clinical block is a new unit of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Szeged. Key features: surgery, traumatology, orthopedics, psychohydrotherapy, central operating room block, and intensive care unit. In addition, the radiology, brain and neurology departments are also located here. The core of the hospital is the multi-level hall, from where students can also reach the large lecturer.
KÖZTI RT-ARTISIUS-BAYER headquarters, Budapest, 1992 - The architectural company, the copyright protection organization and the pharmaceutical company established a joint headquarters on the corner plot of Mészáros Street. The studio is the only gallery space lit from above, the offices have a traditional layout. The building is a characteristic hinge of the street scene.
APEH headquarters, Budapest, 1995 - The building on Mészáros Street is opposite a remarkable modern high school designed by Károly Weichinger and Tibor Hübner in the late 1930s. The raw brick façade, the intimate public space in front of it, the attractive sculpture, the protected chestnut trees add a nice new look to the street scene.
Hungária Wienerberger's headquarters, Budapest, 1998 - The corner house houses the Hungarian headquarters of Wienerberger Rt., One of the most important brick companies in Central Europe. The building features fine plastic brick facades, a carefully designed garden and intimate interior terraces.
New manual block of Uzsoki Street Hospital, Budapest, 2000 - The core of the hospital complex is the Jewish girls' orphanage built in 1893, which was later transformed and expanded into a hospital. The new block is in keeping with the old Art Nouveau main building. The advantage of a block hospital is the spacious halls of the added wings