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We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Romanian Architecture. We aim to include good quality Romanian buildings / projects.

We cover completed Romanian buildings, new building designs and architecture competitions across Romania. The focus is on contemporary buildings but information on traditional buildings in Romania is also welcome.

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Romania Architecture News arranged chronologically:

30 Oct 2017
Stefan cel Mare Building, Bucharest
Architects: Lauster & Radu Arhitecti
Stefan cel Mare Building in Bucharest
photo : 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.

13 May 2017
Featured Buildings by re-act now
Spectrum Residences Constanta
photo : Andrei Margulescu
re-act now, Bucharest Architects
This architecture studio was founded in 1994, in Bucharest, Romania. Since 1997 led by Mario Kuibus who is also active as a professor at the University of Architecture and Urbanism”Ion Mincu” Bucharest.

11 Jan 2017
Take a(l)titude, Făgăraș Mountains, Southern Carpathians, Ploiești
Design: Archaeus ltd
Lighthouse on Făgăraș Mountains
photo © Dan Purice

Lighthouse on Făgăraș Mountains
For an architect, the challenge is the fuel that subtle keeps him alive…the architects had a vague idea about what it meant accepting the challenge to design a shelter at 2,100 m within a restricted budget, especially since they asked to build it themselves.

page updated 16 Oct 2016 with new images ; 8 Jul 2014
Bucharest Apartments
Design: ADN Birou de Arhitectură
Bucharest Apartment
photograph : Cosmin Dragomir

Bucharest Apartment Building
One of the most important and problematic aspects of nowadays Bucharest is the fast densification of the central area.
The building searches to preserve, at its own scale, the porosity and “profoundness” of the deep, narrow plots, while also trying to capture part of the “collage”-like appearance of the surroundings.

14 Jul 2016
Garage Conversion in Bucharest
Design: arhiDOT
Garage Conversion
photograph : Arthur Tintu

Garage Conversion in Bucharest
“For our architectural practice we 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.”

21 Mar 2014
Cluj Airport Development
Design: Kubota & Bachmann Architects
New Control Tower Airport Cluj 1
image courtesy of architects

New Control Tower Airport, Cluj-Napoca
At the beginning of the 21st century, Cluj’s new control tower is the beacon and a symbol for Cluj’s architecture. The tower is functional, alluring and green.

Avincis Winery, Dragasani, south west Romania
Design: BBM Grup S.R.L.
Avincis Winery Romania
photo : Andrei Margulescu

Avincis Winery Building – 7 Mar 2013
Located about 230 km northwest of Bucharest, on 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.

Cluj Arena
Dico Si Tignans Birou De Proiectaire Srl
Cluj Arena Building
photo : Cosmin Dragomir

Cluj Arena Building – 14 Feb 2013
The concept is based on contextual integration into the public spaces of the park and green sports axis along the river Somes. The main design driver is the transparency as dissolved boundaries and visual connexions outside in and inside out.

Free Form Buildings 01, Cioboteni, northeast Romania
Portik Adorján
Free Form Building Romania
image from architects

Free Form Buildings Romania – 21 May 2012
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.

Romanian Architecture Competition

Architecture contest for the urban public space Archetypes, Bucharest, Romania
3 Sep
Archetypes announces the winners of the 2011 edition. The 2011 edition of the international architecture contest for the urban public space Archetypes is close to its end, the winners will be announced on the 3rd of September in an Awarding Ceremony that will take place in Bucharest, at the Palace of Patriarchate.
Romanian Architecture Competition

Romania Buildings

Major Buildings in Romania, alphabetical:

Boarding house, Salciua de Jos village, Alba County
2008
Studio Kim Bucsa Diaconu

Bosco Club Holiday Apartments Building
2008
Soare & Yokina Arhitecti Asociati SRL

City Business Centre Offices Building, Timisoara
2007
SC Andreescu & Gaivoronschi SRL

Dorobanti Tower, Bucharest
2009-13
Zaha Hadid Architects
Romanian Tower Building
image from architect

Bucharest Tower

Former Ford Factory Redevelopment, Bucharest
2007-
Squire and Partners

House, Voluntary Village, Bucharest
2007
S.C. PRODID s.r.l.

Lake House, Bucharest
2008
ARTLINE

Maratex Baia Mare – leisure & retail complex
2007-
YRM Architects (Romanian office)
Hotel, Retail Centre, Cinemas, Arts Centre

Sala Atelier – National Theatre, Iasi
2007
Arch. Angelo Roventa

Transylvania Tractor Regeneration Project Masterplan, Brasov
2008-
YRM Architects
Brasov development: Former tractor factory

Victoria Palace extension : HQ of the Romanian Government, Bucharest
2007-
de Architekten Cie.
Victoria Palace Romania
image from architect

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Parliament Palace, Bucharest
1980’s

Largest Romanian building, built for Nicolae Ceausescu
Reputedly the second largest building in the world, after the Pentagon




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