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SGI is nominated for the prestigious Blueprint Awards

One of our projects is nominated in the category Best Interior Design. We are among one of the three European nominations. The official awards ceremony will bring together the world’s best architecture and design companies on October 17 in London. We compete in one of the 9 categories, together with names like FOSTER + PARTNERS, […]

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SGI office blitz: Alexander Daw

Alexander Daw, Regional Director at SGI Bulgaria, shares his vision about our company, sustainable architecture and cities of the future. For him the most pleasant process is masterpaning because creates environment makes people’s lives better. What is your superpower? A: Working with people. I like to work with people. Why you choose Bulgaria? A: I […]

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We are hiring!

We are hiring!


18th June 2019

The SGI Sofia office is looking for talented, experienced professionals to join our team to the positions of: ▪️ Principal architect ▪️ Experienced electrical engineer                           ▪️ Experienced structural engineer ▪️ Principal interior designer ▪️ Lead water supply and sprinkler engineer If you […]

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Arch. Tihomir Kazakov was guest lecturer at SHARE Architects

Arch. Tihomir Kazakov was guest lecturer at the inspiring SHARE Architects forum. This is the third edition of the prestigious event in Sofia, which brings together the best practices in the field of architecture. ✸ SHARE Architects gathered the architectural community in the National Palace of Culture to present outstanding practices and trends in Bulgaria […]

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SGI presented the project “Sharena Salt” at the Bulgarian Architectural Awards

On 30th of May were announced Bulgarian Architectural Awards of the Chamber of Architects in Bulgaria. On the event arch. Nikola Georgiev presented the nominated SGI project for the restaurant “Sharena Salt”. He also received a certificate of appreciation for supporting the main goal of SHARE forum – the idea of connecting people through architecture. […]

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SGI office blitz: Tihomir Kazakov

Tihomir Kazakov together with Alexander Daw have started the adventure SGI and now he’s the managing director and a practicing architect in the company. What people don’t know about architects? T: In our profession there isn’t a beginning of the working day, there is no end too. Of course I don’t speak for the time […]

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SGI office blitz: Stoycho Iliev

Stoycho Iliev is our Creative director. For him, the start of every project is the most pleasant process, because then the people are fresh, creative, and more ideas are born.

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CANTEEN “SHARENA SOL”

In 2018 we worked and finished a lot of great projects that we can not wait to show you. The first one is the restaurant “Sharena Sol”. The main design concept is based on three important parts: clean and simple design, comfort and a good natural environment. Here, the food is the most important element, […]

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SGI office blitz: Maria Tankova

Maria Tankova has been a construction engineer in SGI for three years. ▫️In the buildings and in life in general she prefers to see the beauty, although she can definitely very quickly list where the defects are. Is teamwork important for you? M: What I have learned is that when you work with young, positive and […]

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SGI office blitz: Rayna Кarova

Rayna Кarova is a construction engineer in SGI for two years. She has more than 19 years of experience in designing and delivering buildings and facilities structural projects for a different range of use – industrial, transportation, commercial, retail, leisure and mixed use.

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SGI for Capital: Why is it important to speak about architecture?

Architecture has an enormous impact on each one of us. But do we realize it? In our last article in Capital the team of SGI discusses the theme “Why is it important to speak about architecture?”. Join the conversation with our architects Alexander Dow, Tihomir Kazakov, Vladislav Dechev, Vyara Zapreva, Denitsa Knyazhevich and Kalin Trachev. […]

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SGI OFFICE BLITZ: Vyara Zapreva

Vyara Zapreva is an architect in SGI Bulgaria for six years. She has graduated University of Civil Engineering and Geodesy, in Sofia. Her main role in the company is managing all the Interior projects. What is the most pleasant work process for you? V: The most exciting parts, during all the project phases, are when […]

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SGI for Capital: How Far is the First AI Architect?

In the last issue of every month, specialists from Stephen George International will analyze important but rarely discussed topics for urban planning, design and architecture in a special column. How new technologies change the architect’s profession? In the last issue of Capital Magazine our director – arch. Vladislav Dechev is asking: How Far is the […]

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SGI office blitz: Yavor Dimitrov

Yavor Dimitrov has graduated the University of Architecture, construction and geodesy in 2013. He’s part of SGI 4 years now and his position at the moment is Principal Architect. He is an expert in the technical aspects of a project and he’s working with a variety of software. He works on different BIM software. Yavor’s […]

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SGI office blitz: Ralitsa Lazarova

Ralitsa Lazarova graduated from Higher School of Civil Engineering “Luben Karavelov”. She is working in Stephen George International for two and a half years. Currently Ralitsa is a Principal architect and she is leading projects, coordinating with clients, engineers and construction companies, visiting construction site, drafting technical typical details and etc Which is the most […]

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SGI with two awards at the prestigious International Property Awards

The International Property Awards celebrate the highest levels of achievement by companies operating in all sectors of the property and real estate industry. In London Stephen George International – Bulgaria won a prize in the category Eurocity 2018 – a regional award for Europe for Best Mixed-use Architecture Bulgaria for Kamenitza Park. The team also […]

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SGI office blitz: Zlatina Tsolova

Zlatina graduated Architecture in UACG, Sofia in “History and theory” department.  She has been working in SGI since the autumn of 2014. She’s part of the outsource team, designing logistics buildings for UK. Which is the most pleasant work process for you? Z: The most enjoyable stage is the final result. The project you learned the most […]

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Arch. Vyara Zapreva for Capital: How the environment affects the economy

Our environment has a direct economical impact on our life. In the new article from our column in Capital arch. Vyara Zapreva is reviewing this interaction and the ways to use it to support our business goals. Read more on: https://www.capital.bg/biznes/imoti/2018/10/01/3319404_kak_prostranstvoto_vliiae_na_ikonomikata/

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SGI is among the winners in the international architectural competition for a new city center in Veliko Tarnovo

Stephen George International presented a modern solution for designing the exposition center of Veliko Tarnovo – the first building in the future city center, an urban development concept and spatial planning throughout the whole territory. There were 62 conceptual projects from around the world that joined the competition, and a jury of 9 members decided […]

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SGI OFFICE BLITZ: Denitsa Knyazhevich

Denitsa is an architect at Stephen George International. She has graduated in 2014 at the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy (UACEG) in Sofia, specialty “Public Buildings”. By the end of 2015, she started working in Stephen George as an architect. Which is the most pleasant work process for you? D: The most pleasant process […]

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SGI supports the exhibition for prof. Tabakoff

The Foundation Vision for Science and Technology Growth, together with the State Agency Archives, has organized an exhibition dedicated to prof. Widen Tabakoff – the Bulgarian who was included in the team of Wernher von Braun, thus later contributing to the landing of Neil Armstrong on the Moon. The Foundation had transferred his documents from […]

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Alexander Daw for Capital: Between Architecture and Commercial Value

For any follower of the Architectural debate, the conventional narrative suggests that the Architects’ control over the end result of a project is being worn down by the specialisation of roles and the need for commercial efficiency. This is not necessarily a bad thing it is simply a shift in the way the industry sees […]

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Trends in the development of the contemporary residential building

Authors: Arch. Tihomir Kazakov, Regional Director, Arch. Stoimen Demerdzhiev, Director of Operations, SGI Bulgaria. Like any other economic sector, the housing construction is subject to the market principles of supply and demand. Any architectural and engineering solution should be backed up by a good business plan and the investor’s interest. When it comes to the […]

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Alexander Daw from SGI at “Hotel and tourism investment forum”

On June 7 Alexander Daw the Regional Director of Stephen George International was a speaker at “Hotel and tourism investment forum” in Holiday Inn Sofia. Because of our experience in sustainable construction, master planning and design he took part in the panel discussion “Green hotels: Are they worth investing?” Read more on this topic: http://htif.eu/program/ 

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SGI OFFICE BLITZ: Mariya Mishineva

Mariya Mishineva has graduated at the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy (UACEG). She started working at SGI two years ago. What makes your job special? M: The unique part of my job is that besides designing buildings, I am in charge of BREEAM certification in the office – this is a system of […]

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Architect Tihomir Kazakov from SGI at BUILDING INNOVATION FORUM SERIES 2018: RESIDENTIAL

The second panel of the annual conference “Investment and construction of residential buildings” went under the theme of the housing market in 2018: demand, supply, prices. Leading architects and representatives of the technology industry presented their views on how modern housing architecture meets market demand – from residential buildings to residential environment and lifestyle. The […]

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SGI OFFICE BLITZ: Kalin Trachev

Architect Kalin Trachev have studied in Sofia, University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy. He’s part of Stephen George from more than two years now. What makes your job special? K: During my time in the company I have developed myself to the position of a team leader. I am a head of the team that […]

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SGI for Capital: How to “build” health

In the last issue of every month, specialists from Stephen George International will analyze important but rarely discussed topics for urban planning, design and architecture in a special column. How much time do you spend in town and how much in nature? According to some studies, urban man spends an average of 90% of his […]

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SGI office blitz : Nikola Georgiev

Nikola Georgiev is an architect at Stephen George International Bulgaria. He’s an Associate Architect and he’s responsible for the project management – communication with clients, subcontracting, structuring an internal teamwork for the project. What is your superpower? N: Superpower? Do I have to talk just about one? In principle, I have been developing myself as […]

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Architect Vladislav Dechev from SGI participated in a conference on Industrial Buildings in 2018

As one of the participants in the conference “Industrial Buildings in 2018: New Projects and High-Tech Solutions”, architect Vladislav Dechev of Stephen George International – Bulgaria spoke about the need for the so-called ” cost manager or budgeting manager to be committed to budgeting the project to make a project successful. Participants in the Industrial […]

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SGI won “Building of the Year” award

We are very happy and honoured to announce that we have just won “Building of the Year” award in the category “Green buildings” with our project – Izgrev 132. This is the first residential building in Bulgaria that meets the BREEAM standard for sustainability and high-quality construction. On the picture our regional director Tihomir Kazakov is on […]

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SGI’s CEO shares new entrepreneurs’ requirements

The main requirement of the new client is a meaningful functionality – optimal use of space in every room in the building. The facade should also not only be beautiful, but also have a function – for example, to be breathable, to be made of materials that are ageing well in time. These are the […]

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SGI participates in the First National Industrial Property Conference – BG Slklad  2017

Our operational director and specialist in Industrial and logistical buildings Vladislav Dechev was one of the main speakers on the First National Conference for industrial real estates – BG Sklad, which took place this week in Plovdiv. You can visit the following link for the video recording of the whole conference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1903&v=HNp_qD0mTGo

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An Architects Perspective on the Sofia Property Market

A large part of an Architects job is working up front with developers to help them structure their business case before land deals are executed and projects become live. We get a preview of trends across the board where the major decisions are being made that will affect the market over the coming months. Aside […]

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STEPHEN GEORGE + PARTNERS TOOK PART IN SAVILLS/COSTAR LOGISTICS DEBATE WITH KEY INDUSTRY FIGURES

James Nicholls of Stephen George + Partners recently took part in a Savills/CoStar roundtable debate alongside representatives from SEGRO, M&G Real Estate, Garbe, Barratt London, Big Yellow Self-Storage and the Greater London Authority (GLA) to discuss how London’s industrial sector is responding to increased demand, rent rises and a scarcity of available land. With such […]

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LOGISTICS: A QUESTION OF SCALE

Not too long ago, the idea of sleek modern offices or residential sitting above a logistics centre would have been unthinkable. But times are definitely a-changing. A shortage of available land, the demand for high-density urban housing and the unprecedented rise in online shopping have forced a re-think on the shape, size and consolidation of […]

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DC2 PROLOGIS PARK DUNSTABLE RATED BREEAM ‘OUTSTANDING’

We are delighted to have been informed that the 28,808 sqm (360,000 sqft) distribution centre at DC2 Prologis Park Dunstable has achieved BREEAM 2014 rating ‘outstanding’. The building, which has been shortlisted for the BREEAM Awards 2017, is the first industrial building to be assessed ‘outstanding’ under the BREEAM 2014 guidelines and the accreditation confirms Prologis […]

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