Participating projects

The selection of projects is the result of a constant and mindful survey of Arhitext team focused on the architectural and urban projects in the region, presented in Arhitext review and the east‐centricarch.eu online platform.

The selection of projects is the result of a constant and mindful survey of Arhitext team focused on the architectural and urban projects in the region, presented in Arhitext review and the east‐centricarch.eu online platform.

East Centric Arhitext Awards brings together projects of remarkable quality implemented in the past five years in East and Central Europe.

This is the list of the participating projects

Residential buildings

  • Mjölk architekti – The Fence House, Czech Republic (published in Arhitext 3/2016)
  • CM Mimarlik – NoXX Apartments, Turkey (published in Arhitext 3/2016)
  • Paleko Arch Sudija & Plazma Architecture Studio – Housing Development Rasu Namai, Lithuania (published in Arhitext 3/2016)
  • Dekleva Gregorič Architects – Compact Karst House, Slovenia (published in Arhitext 2/2016)
  • Filter Arhitektura – NHRV House, Bosnia and Herzegovina (published in Arhitext 2/2016)
  • G. Natkevicius & Partners – Family House in Minsk, Belarus (published in Arhitext 1/2016)
  • Atelier 111 Architekti – House for Brother, Czech Republic (published in Arhitext 1/2016)
  • Parasite Studio – Black on White, Romania (published in Arhitext 6/2015)
  • Radu Teacă – Copper House in Sibiu, Romania (published in Arhitext 6/2015)
  • OBIA – 2 Oaks House, Bulgaria (published in Arhitext 5/2015)
  • Simpraxis Architects – House 1203, Cipru / yprus (published in Arhitext 5/2015)
  • Peter Kostelov – Origami House, Rusia / Russia (published in Arhitext 5/2015)
  • MOLD Architects – Vacation Residence on Serifos Island, Greece (published in Arhitext 5/2015)
  • Reform Architekt – Izabelin House, Poland (published in Arhitext 4/2015)
  • MHM Architects – Boathouse at Millstatter Lake, Austria (published in Arhitext 2/2015)
  • Biro Gašperič – A House for the Best Years, Slovenia (published in Arhitext 1/2015)
  • Foldes Architects – Booked for Ever, Hungary (published in Arhitext 1/2015)
  • JRKV Studio – IST Family House, Slovakia (published in Arhitext 1/2015)
  • ADNBA – Housing Project in Bucharest, Romania (published in Arhitext 3/2016)
  • TECON – Alexandrina Eco-urban Dwelling, Romania (published in Arhitext 4/2014)
  • Turato Architects – Nest and Cave House, Croatia (published in Arhitext 2/2014)
  • Fabian Evers Architecture & Wezel Architecktur – Unimog House, Germany (published in Arhitext 1/2014)
  • Tense Architecture Network – Residence in Kifissia, Greece (published in Arhitext 1/2014)
  • A.LT Architekti – Family House in Orava, Slovakia (published in Arhitext 1/2014)
  • Peter Kostelov – Deco Pattern House, Russia (published in Arhitext 6/2013)

Public buildings

  • Nizio Design International – Michniów Mausoleum, Poland (published in Arhitext 3/2016)
  • Radionica arhitekture + Vanja Ilić – Vučedol Culture Museum, Croatia (published in Arhitext 3/2016)
  • Symbiotica – Central Veterinary Laboratory, Albania (published in Arhitext 1/2016)
  • Archaeus – Călţun Refuge Romania (published in Arhitext 6/2015)
  • Spora architects – M4 Fovam Ter Underground Station, Hungary (published in Arhitext 6/2015)
  • Bus architektur – Campus WU for the Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria (published in Arhitext 6/2015)
  • Emre Arolat Architects – Sancaklar Mosque, Turkey (published in Arhitext 5/2015)
  • Korodi Szabolcs – Bathing Facility on Tineretului Lake, Romania (published in Arhitext 5/2015)
  • Yavor Yordanov & Simeon Stoilov – Paleontological Museum in Dorkovo, Bulgaria (published in Arhitext 5/2015)
  • Karisma Architects – Tartu Nature House, Estonia (published in Arhitext 4/2015)
  • Salto Architects – Viljandi State High School, Estonia (published in Arhitext 4/2015)
  • LTD «Arhis Arhitekti» – «top!» Store in Salacgriva, Latvia (published in Arhitext 4/2015)
  • Mit-Arh – Administrative Buiding of the Hydroelectric Plants on Drina, Bosnia and Herzegovina (published in Arhitext 4/2015)
  • Peterhaimerl.Architektur – Concert Hall in Blaibach, Germany (published in Arhitext 4/2015)
  • Studio Autori – House C and House D – Cultural-Tourist Complex «Terra Panonica», Serbia (published in Arhitext 3/2015)
  • Aedes Studio – Urban Module, Bulgaria (published in Arhitext 3/2015)
  • Bogdan Gyemant-Selin – Basaltic Concrete House, Romania (published in Arhitext 3/2015)
  • A4 Studio – Golden Hall, Hungary (published in Arhitext 2/2015)
  • K-Studio – Barbouni Restaurant, Greece (published in Arhitext 1/2015)
  • Paulíny Hovorka Architekti & Architekt Štefan Moravčík – Phoenix Zeppelin Headquarters, Slovakia (published in Arhitext 4/2014)
  • GAD architecture – Trump Cadde, Turkey (published in Arhitext 3/2014)
  • NAPUR ARCHITECT KFT – DEM Power Engineering Demonstration Center, Hungary (published in Arhitext 3/2014)
  • Urban Office – LSG Office Building, Romania (published in Arhitext 3/2014)
  • HS99 – Scientific Information Centre and Academic Library, Poland (published in Arhitext 3/2014)
  • Sergei Tchoban – Museum for Architectural Drawing, Germany (published in Arhitext 2/2014)
  • Bord Architectural Studio – Etyei Kúria Winery, Hungary (published in Arhitext 1/2014)
  • Architekti DRNH – Gardening Center, Czech Republic (published in Arhitext 1/2014)
  • Jereb in Budja arhitekti – Stopiče Sports Center, Slovenia (published in Arhitext 1/2014)
  • Foldes Architects – Kemenes Volcanopark Visitor Center, Hungary (published in Arhitext 1/2014)
  • Graphic Studio – Olympic House, Romania (published in Arhitext 6/2013)

Interior design

  • Kois Associated Architects – Sweet Alchemy Pastry Shop, Greece (published in Arhitext 3/2016)
  • Kois Associated Architects – Ileana Makri Store, Greece (published in Arhitext 3/2016)
  • Zemberek Design – Skechers TR Casual Showroom, Turkey (published in Arhitext 3/2016)
  • Zemberek Design – Vigoss R & D, Turkey (published in Arhitext 3/2016)
  • Grzegorz Layer – Poszetka Workshop & Showroom, Poland (published in Arhitext 3/2016)
  • RULES – Loft in Bratislava, Slovakia (published in Arhitext 3/2016)
  • Studio Evgeny Pysin – FitnessClass, Republic of Moldova (published in Arhitext 3/2016)
  • FILD – PODOLYAN Store, Ukraine (published in Arhitext 2/2016)
  • HALÜKAR ARCHITECTURE – FiL Books, Turkey (published in Arhitext 2/2016)
  • Inblum Architects – Cherdak Bar, Belarus (published in Arhitext 2/2016)
  • studio 8 ½ – Cat and Mouse Bar, Bulgaria (published in Arhitext 2/2016)
  • ZROBYM architects – TSEH Art Space, Belarus (published in Arhitext 2/2016)
  • AB Forum – Museum of Archeology. Permanent Exhibition,Croatia (published in Arhitext 1/2016)
  • Acs Studio – Apartment on 3rd August St., Romania (published in Arhitext 3/2015)
  • Yunakov Architects – Notting Hill, Ukraine (published in Arhitext 2/2015)
  • Ruetemple – Interior for Students, Russia (published in Arhitext 2/2015)
  • Denis Lambru – Seneca Anticafe, Romania (published in Arhitext 1/2015)
  • Mili Młodzi Ludzie – Peter’s Flat, Poland (published in Arhitext 4/2014)
  • Arhitektura Budjevac – Stock Coffee, Serbia (published in Arhitext 4/2015)
  • YCL – Užupis Micro Apartment, Lithuania (published in Arhitext 3/2014)
  • ADN BA & SAIG – B05 Apartament, Romania (published in Arhitext 3/2014)
  • Fluid:architecture – Moritz Eis, Serbia (published in Arhitext 2/2014)
  • Foldes Architects – Contact Lens Center of Innovation, Hungary (published in Arhitext 2/2014)
  • Divercity – IT Restaurant, Greece (published in Arhitext 1/2014)
  • 3XA – 29 sqm, Poland (published in Arhitext 6/2013)

Regeneration

  • PPAG architects – Steirereck Restaurant, Austria (published in Arhitext 3/2016)
  • Z-level – Maina, Greece (published in Arhitext 2/2016)
  • Wowhaus – Stanislavsky Theatre, Russia (published in Arhitext 1/2016)
  • Timotijevic- Petrovic – Regional Center of Industrial Heritage, Serbia (published in Arhitext 1/2016)
  • OFIS Architects – Alpine Barn Apartment, Slovenia (published in Arhitext 6/2015)
  • Aketuri Architektai – Rietavas Manor Coach House Conversion, Lithuania (published in Arhitext 6/2015)
  • Zaigas Gailes Birojs – Refurbishment of the Wooden Building of Riga School of Design and Art, Latvia (published in Arhitext 6/2015)
  • Justin Baroncea, Radu Enescu – LKL_57, Romania (published in Arhitext 5/2015)
  • Hertl.Architekten – Gardenhouse, Austria (published in Arhitext 3/2015)
  • Ortner & Ortner Baukunst – The Landesarchiv NRW, Germany (published in Arhitext 3/2015)
  • I/O Architects – Swimming Pool and Terrace Addition, Bulgaria (published in Arhitext 3/2015)
  • Archiproba – Dream Industries Telegraph, Russia (published in Arhitext 1/2015)
  • Czita Architects – New Visitor Entrance – Benedictine Abbey of Pannonhalma, Hungary (published in Arhitext 1/2015)
  • ARKT Studio – Gál Tibor Winery, Hungary (published in Arhitext 1/2015)
  • ENOTA – Ptuj Performance Center, Slovenia (published in Arhitext 4/2014)
  • March Gut – Stroblkeller, Austria (published in Arhitext 4/2014)
  • HPSA & Wolfgang Günther – Annakapelle Schladming, Austria (published in Arhitext 3/2014)
  • A2F Architects – Jonaš Barn, Czech Republic (published in Arhitext 3/2014)
  • hhh architects – Reconstruction of a stone house in Lefktro – Mani, Greece (published in Arhitext 3/2014)
  • Studio Alexander Fehre – Weltspiegel Cottbus, Germany (published in Arhitext 1/2014)
  • GutGut – Refurbishment of the Forester’s House in Vyšná Boca, Slovakia (published in Arhitext 1/2014)
  • Sudraba Arhitektura – Warehouse Renovation, Latvia (published in Arhitext 6/2013)
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