The most sustainable building is an existing building. On the other hand, renovation and restoration can also lead to more intimate environment that importantly, no matter whether the building is an Architectural wonder or a bit of a beast, ties us inextricably to our past in a way that new buildings never can.
Recently it is becoming more and more common for the investors and the end users to be looking for sustainability in their upcoming residential projects. However, after the initial evaluation of the requirements and the capabilities, it becomes apparent that sustainability might be hard to afford.
This year’s anniversary 60th edition of Salone del Mobile - the world’s biggest interior and product design exhibition, was held in Rho Fiera Milano from 7th to 12th of June. This year SGI's team took the time to visit Milan and emerge in the Salone experience.
The Chaos team in Sofia moved to a new modern office with total area above 6000 sq. It offers space for meetings, collaboration and creativity of the team of 350.
Borovets is offering more than 58-kilometers ski routes since the latest 19th century. Although it is the oldest ski resort in Bulgaria, the current central area is occupied by many haphazard buildings with no particular architectural language.
The development of ideas for the area above Ring Mall has begun in 2017 when the investment company Danaos Development initiated an architectural competition for the project.
Town housing in Sofia is a relatively new aspect of residential planning in the city. Ten years ago, there was not a real demand from developers to utilize town housing as a product in projects, mainly because three-story apartment buildings with the same density were tried and tested.
According to JLL, as of the first quarter of 2020, up to 70% of all office spaces were primarily or partially open plans in design. The post-pandemic circumstances led to provide a greater allocation of space per employee and more privacy.
Take a look at the completed buffet area, part of the 2nd stage of the renovation project for Hotel Sevtopolis Medical & SPA.
How a British architect ends up in Bulgaria to establish one of the largest architectural practices in the region and what it takes to do so? Read the story of our regional director Alexander Daw
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