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National Theatre Bucharest, Media Hall
ARCUB Gabroveni, Arches Hall
Impact Hub, second floor
Radu Rosetti Villa: Triennale Headquarters
Architectural Culture Center of UAR
Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism
Bucharest National Theatre, Small Hall
The Regeneration section of this year’s ECA Awards presents itself more as a process, than as a finalized state.
The increasing appearance in exterior design of elements used in the design of indoor spaces is quite stimulating and leading towards new research and discoveries in the field of materials.
The nominated projects make you discover the interior life of this east-centric world, which Arhitext has set out to reveal through its contemporary architecture.
All projects embody the thought and the image of contemporary East and Central European architectural culture, and together they represent a complex review and information about the dynamic architectural scene.
East Centric Arhitext Awards brings together projects of remarkable quality implemented in the past five years in Central and Eastern Europe.
The Residential Buildings section featured 26 projects – built objects, of various scale, programs, budget, and locations (urban and non-urban context), single, vacation and collective housing, from different social and cultural backgrounds.