Bulgarian architecture

STUDIO ATM: THE BRAVERY TO BRING CHANGE

For over 30 years now, Studio ATM has bravely undertaken an important, difficult and often neglected task: to create private and public buildings that actively improve their surroundings and the lives of the people who inhabit and use them. As a result, Studio ATM has enviable expertise in a broad range of projects and through the years has created impressive architecture commissioned by Bulgarian municipalities and institutions.

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VIP GARDENS: LIFE IN GREEN

Green plots and gardens are the crucial detail in public spaces and homes that brings a gulp of freshness in our lives and makes them more pleasant and tranquil. VIP GARDENS is a company dedicated to the mission to help more people enjoy beautiful, well designed gardens and parks. VIP GARDENS offer landscape design, planting and maintenance, and irrigation systems – everything that a garden and a park need. The company founder, landscape architect Petar Petrov, tells more.

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MAKE THE RIGHT MOVE WITH MOVE ARCHITECTS

Passion for design, striving for perfection, and the talent to turn each space into a masterpiece that caters to all the needs of its inhabitants and users: this is in short MoVe Architects studio.

Clients come first

The studio unites the work and inspiration of dedicated professionals who are capable of turning all interior-related tasks into a game that the client enjoys from start to finish.

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KOURASANIT: SIMPLICITY AT THE HEART OF SOFIA

You only need to choose the company's special filler coatings that can be applied on furniture and to enjoy the effect. Based on pozzolana (lava) and hydrated lime, they cover excellently a wide range of surfaces - from wood and MDF to steel and brass. All KOURASANIT products for interiors, exteriors, floors and furniture are modern, visually impressive and with antibacterial properties, and can be applied faster than ordinary coatings.

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ST/AC ARCHITECTS: NEW WAY OF MODERN HOUSING LIVING

Led by a passion for transforming spaces into living art, our studio is a hub of creativity, where every design is a testament to our commitment to excellence.

We, at ST/AC Architects, believe that sustainable design is essential to our environment's welfare and our future. We approach each project with an eco-friendly mindset, integrating sustainable practices and materials into our designs whenever possible.

 

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BUILDING A GREENER FUTURE: COMMITMENT TO SUSTAINABLE DESIGN AND LEED CERTIFICATION

Specializing in innovative and sustainable design solutions, the studio's portfolio showcases a harmonious blend of creativity, functionality, and environmental consciousness. With a dedicated team of experts, InStudio D is committed to shaping a more sustainable and vibrant future through their eco-friendly and energy-efficient projects.

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GPA STUDIO: THE ART OF BALANCE

A symbiosis of appearance, functionality and technologies: the solutions that the team of GPA Studio offers to its individual and corporate clients consciously seek the balance between these elements. And they achieve it. Since its establishment in 2012, the studio has created scores of successful projects and interiors for houses, apartment buildings and residential compounds, hotels and resorts, commercial and administrative buildings, and industrial premises. What is behind the studio's success? What are its core principles?

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IVIS ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN: FROM THE BIGGEST TASK TO THE TINIEST DETAIL

Since 1989, the IVIS professionals have created working, modern solutions for a wide spectrum of buildings and projects. When needed, they can also do the construction, the finishing works and the interior design. Public buildings and commercial sites, blocks of flats and country villas - regardless of the type of the project with IVIS you are confident in the quality of all processes, the modern solutions and that the deadlines will be kept.

phone: 088 929 5771

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FOV STUDIO: EXPLORING SPACE, CREATING MODERN COSINESS

Modern architecture is defined by its constant striving to find the balance between impeccable aesthetics and the ultimate things that all human beings seek from a building and an interior – functionality, comfort and cosiness. FOV Studio is an architectural and interior design practice where you will find a dedicated and competent partner in the search of the ideal blend of beauty and practicality for your residential or public project. The studio's founder, architect Dimitar Avramov, elaborates.

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BUILD SUSTAINABLY AND COMFORTABLY WITH ECOCOCON

Then build it the best way possible – sustainably, with natural materials, without CO2 emissions, and with a better indoor climate. This can be achieved by designing and building a prefabricated straw panel house.

Humanity has been building straw houses for centuries. Some houses have straw roofs and others have straw walls plastered with clay. The thick walls of these homes have provided shelter for people against brutal winters and burning summers around the world.

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PROARCH ARCHITECTURE STUDIO: PERFECTION SINCE 1994

Everyone falls in love with Plovdiv, because of its cosiness, positive vibes and amalgamation of ancient and new: the ancient theatre and stadium, the beautiful Revival Period mansions and churches, the charming shops and bars in Kapana area plus the modern urbanscape of new buildings and compounds.

Living in Plovdiv is a pleasure, as it is more relaxed and full of positive emotions than in any other big Bulgarian city. If you consider moving there, you will not be alone – for over a decade, Plovdiv has attracted many new residents from Bulgaria and abroad.

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WHY IS NESEBAR A UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE?

If you visit Nesebar in high season, it will be easy to doubt the wisdom of UNESCO's 1983 decision to inscribe this town on the Black Sea coast into its World Heritage list. The crowds of holidaymakers on day trips from the overdeveloped resorts around, the stalls selling trinkets and souvenirs, the chalga music booming from overpriced, "traditional" restaurants are so overwhelming you cannot enjoy – or even notice – the beautiful medieval churches and the old wooden houses that are the reason all of these people and businesses are here.

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BULGARIA'S TOP 10 FORTS

Castle-wise, Bulgaria is nothing to compare with Scotland – and many other European countries. There is little reminiscent of Transylvania's menacing fortifications, Bavaria's fairy tale confections, or the Loire Valley's romantic châteaux. Fortresses were built in Bulgaria from Antiquity to the 19th century and, although many were lost in war-time destruction and postwar turbulence, the country still has several sites that combine stunning scenery with relatively well-preserved fortifications.

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PREFAB SOCIETY

With the mountains for a backdrop and amid large green spaces, uniform apartment blocks line up like Legos. Along the dual carriageway, 7km from the centre of Sofia, the underground comes above ground: Mladost Station.

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BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF NESEBAR

Looking for some peace and quiet on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast in summer is a natural aspiration, even in a year of pandemic and reduced international tourism like 2021. But there are places by the sea where peace and quiet in summer are not to be found. Even in a "slow" tourist summer, they are abuzz with local and foreign visitors; lively and vibrant, sometimes vulgar and often irritating.

Nesebar is one of those places.

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THE SECRETS OF REVIVAL PERIOD PLOVDIV

The braw houses lining the cobblestone streets of Old Plovdiv are arguably the city's most recognisable sight. The only thing that can distract from marvelling at their painted façades, projecting bay windows and verdant gardens is the pavement. Polished by the feet of generations of passers-by, it is slippery even when dry, as the traveller and historian Konstantin Jireček noted as far back as the late 19th century.

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(RE)DISCOVERING MELNIK

What is Bulgaria's smallest town? Bulgarian children learn the answer early in school. However, the reason both local and foreign tourists visit Melnik, population 194, is not its size. They cherish Melnik, in southwest Bulgaria, for its well-preserved Revival Period architecture, strong local wine and surreal surroundings of white limestone pyramids. Its location is just off the E79 route from Sofia to Greece, a short drive from Bansko.

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THE DANUBE

Hiding in plain sight is one of the best ways to avoid attention. There is a region in Bulgaria that has achieved that, although not quite intentionally. The Danube region is a treasure trove for visitors, yet few travellers venture along the 470-kilometre stretch from Vidin to Silistra that defines the greater part of Bulgaria's border with Romania. This is in sharp contrast to the popularity of the Danube as a tourist destination in Central Europe.

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