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Romanian Architecture Designs – chronological list

12 Apr 2021
Electra Electronic industry Centre, Iași county

28 Jun 2018
CRAZY_Undr Club, Constanta
Design: re-act now Architects
CRAZY_Undr, Constanta Club
photo : Andrei Margulescu
Nightclub in Constanta
We are dominated by mental flashbacks of some residual urban spaces, “ghost” spaces or spaces dismantled of initial activities.

28 Jun 2018
Funky Resto – Bar in Bucharest, 33A Dorobanti, Bucharest
Design: re-act now Architects
Funky Resto – Bar in Bucharest
photograph : Gabriela Enache
Funky Resto Bar Bucharest

post updated 21 Feb 2018 with new photos
Pension Atra Doftana, Valea Doftanei
Design: TECON Architects
Romania Hotel Building
photo : Cosmin Dragomir
Hotel Atra Doftana
The building is situated nearby a mountain lake and is configured with two major volumes, taking advantage of the natural form of the site, which presents two major level drops alternated with two approximately flat areas: one volume that houses the rooms and reception, and the second volume that contains living and dining spaces, the restaurant kitchen and technical spaces.

Romania Architectural Updates 2014 to 2017

30 Oct 2017
Stefan cel Mare Building, Bucharest
Architects: Lauster & Radu Arhitecti
Stefan cel Mare Building in Bucharest - Romanian Architecture News
photograph : Andrei Margulescu
Stefan cel Mare Building in Bucharest
Until 2006 the site located at the intersection between B. Mumuleanu and Tunari Street was a neighborhood vulcanization shop for cars. Between 2006 – and February 2015 the site was empty and people were mistakenly using it as a place for garbage.

11 Jan 2017
Take a(l)titude, Lighthouse on Fagaras Mountains, Ploiești
Design: Archaeus ltd.
Lighthouse on Făgăraș Mountains - Romanian Architecture News
photo © Dan Purice
Lighthouse on Făgăraș Mountains in Romania
The Făgăraș Mountains are the highest mountains of the Southern Carpathians, in Romania. A “lighthouse” in the Fagaras mountains, on the most dangerous (and the most beautiful) places.

page updated 16 Oct 2016 with new images ; 8 Jul 2014
Bucharest Apartments, Str. Dogarilor 26–30, București / 26–30, Dogarilor Street, Bucharest
Design: ADN Birou de Arhitectură
Bucharest Apartment - Romanian Architectural News
photo : Cosmin Dragomir
Bucharest Apartments
One of the most important and problematic aspects of nowadays Bucharest is the fast densification of the central area. While the architects believe that density can, and many times must be seen as a form of sustainability, they also admit that the often fragile relationship between habitation within an old neighborhood and the increase of density could many times alter the place and reduce its existing qualities.

14 Jul 2016
Garage Conversion, Bucharest
Design: arhiDOT
New Romanian Architecture
photograph : Arthur Tintu
Garage Conversion in Bucharest
This architectural practice wanted an unconventional and representative space, small and manageable, a place where we’ll feel more at home than at the office, providing a direct contact with the street and the city. Thus they set their office in a 22 square meters garage (used for storage at that moment), on the ground floor of a 60’s apartment building in Bucharest, recovering a forgotten space at the same time.

21 Mar 2014
The Flagship Tower, Cluj-Napoca
Design: Kubota & Bachmann Architects
Romanian Architecture News
perspective : Jigen ; image courtesy of architects
New Control Tower Airport, Cluj-Napoca
The « passive house » and the concrete constructions have both minimized openings given by three triple glazed windows. This construction is optimal for insulation and to avoid energy leakage. It is also very useful in blocking noise pollution created by airplanes.

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Location: Romania, south east Europe

Architecture in Romania

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Romania is located in Southeastern Europe, bordering the Black Sea, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Hungary, Serbia, and Moldova. It has an area of 238,397 sqkm and a temperate-continental climate.

With almost 20 million inhabitants, the country is the seventh most populous member state of the European Union. Its capital and largest city, Bucharest, is the sixth-largest city in the EU. Key buildings include sites such as Bran and its Dracula’s Castle, the Painted churches of Northern Moldavia, the Wooden churches of Maramureș and the Sculptural Ensemble of Constantin Brâncuși at Târgu Jiu.

More recent buildings in the country:

6 Mar 2013
Avincis Winery, Olt Valley, Dragasani
Design: BBM Grup S.R.L.
Avincis Winery Romania
photo : Andrei Margulescu
Avincis Winery Building
Located about 230 km northwest of Bucharest, in the Olt Valley, the hills of Dragasani – an old winemaking tradition area – AVINCIS ensemble comprises: a mansion, a winery composed of two buildings (A and B) and the park. MANSION – built in 1905 in the neo-romanian style, was in semi-ruins but still standing up in June 2007 when we first visited the site and still having sufficient originating architecture elements to be worth restored.

14 Feb 2013
Cluj Arena, Cluj,
Design: Dico Si Tignans Birou De Proiectaire Srl
Cluj Arena Romania
photo : Cosmin Dragomir
Cluj Arena Building
Cluj Arena is a multipurpose stadium built on the footprint of the previous two facilities of the last hundred years on the same spot.

21 May 2012
Free Form Buildings 01, Cioboteni
Design: Portik Adorján
Family House in Romania |
image from architects
Free Form Building
The building is designed for a five member family. It contains – next by the living area – five bedrooms and two bathrooms. The internal spaces are arranged in the living area in a high ground-floor, the bedrooms and the service areas on two levels. The garage and an external storage forms a separate volume.

Dorobanti Tower, Bucharest
Design: Zaha Hadid Architects
Romanian Tower Building
image from architect firm
Bucharest Tower

Victoria Palace extension : HQ of the Romanian Government, Bucharest
Design: de Architekten Cie.
Victoria Palace Romania
image from architect practice
Romanian building

Bucharest Buildings

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Tractorul Development Brasov

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