If you are eager to delve deeper into Hungarian culture and society, this exhibition is a must-see. Let us introduce you to the 'Kádár cube', an architectural phenomenon from the 1960s and 70s. These family homes, known for their distinctive hip roofs, were a hallmark of the post-war Hungarian socialist era (late 20th century). Named after the Communist leader János Kádár, these 'cube houses', alongside panel blocks, they became a significant part of Hungary's cultural heritage.