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László Francsics is an architect, internationally awarded astrophotographer, and the chairman of the Hungarian Astrophotographers' Association. He was born in 1984, he lives and works in Budapest. He received his MA from Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BUTE) and currently working on his DLA doctoral thesis. In 2009 he also completed the basic course of astronomy at Eötvös Loránd University. He founded his own architectural practice with his wife in 2018. Besides architectural design and part-time teaching at BUTE, he also creates architectural photography for design journals and magazines. His work oscillates between astronomical and artistic photographs. László has studied for a long time the relationship between man and the cosmos.
László was the curator-assistant of Space Impression national astrophotography
exhibition organised in the Hungarian House of Photography. Since 2013 he has
been the columnist of the 'Astrophoto of the Month' of the Hungarian
Astronomical Association's journal and co-author in the Globe magazine of the
Hungarian Geographical Society, currently a regular writer of two columns on astrophotography.
In 2018 László was elected chairman of the newly founded Hungarian
Astrophotographers' Association and organized several meetings, conferences and
two grand annual exhibitions of Hungarian astrophotography in the Hungarian
National History Museum.
László Francsics has been awarded several times for his work. He received the winner prize of the Architectural Photo Award issued by the Association of Hungarian Architects in 2012. The best of his astrophotography was displayed in a solo-exhibition, Treasures of the cosmos in the Hungarian Natural History Museum in 2015. In the past 7 years he won category prizes of the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition five times, and he was the overall winner in 2019.