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Makovecz, who was influenced by Rudolf Steiner, Antoni Gaudi, Frank Lloyd Wright and the Hungarian Art Nouveau applied by Ödön Lechner, is regarded as a representative of Hungarian organic architecture. One project involved planning the Hungarian Pavilion for the World Exhibition in Seville which led to him being made an honorary member of the Association of German Architects (BDA) in 1989. This unusual project saw Agrob Buchtal sending tiles, pool edge systems and moulded parts from the Chroma system and the swimming pool specials to Hungary. Numerous other customised products to Makovecz' specifications were also used.