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23
Mar

2016 GIS Design Awards winners

As a means of supporting knowledge and promoting important Romanian projects over the course of the last two years, during GIS Bucharest 2016 five projects have been awarded as part of the Romania Interior Architecture competition.

2016 GIS Design Awards’ goal is to promote quality architecture, to highlight the activity and achievements of Romanian architects and to bring into public debate the impact of interior architecture.

The winners of 2016 GIS Design Awards are:

Healthcare

Authors: arch. Adriana Gheorghiescu, arch. Alexandra Berdan, arch. Tiberiu Teodor Stanciu
Project: The Pharmacy for Children (Farmacia pentru copii)
Office: Miolk
City: Iasi

Hotels and Restaurants

Author: Dragos Epure
Project: BDP Express
Office: Metropolis
City: Bucuresti

Public, Educational and Cultural Spaces

Authors: arch. Adrian Cancer-Zanea, arch. Sabin Dumitru
Project: Carturesti Carusel
Office: Square One
City: Bucuresti

Installations and Objects

Author: arch. Robert Marin
Project: Airport Lounge
Office: Nuca Studio
City: Bucuresti

Corporate Space and Institutional

Author: arch. Dorin Stefan Adam
Project: Alukonigstahl
Office: Manadelucru
City: Bucuresti

Special Award from the Jury

Authors: arch. Adrian Cancer-Zanea, arch. Sabin Dumitru
Project: Carturesti Carusel
Office: Square One
City: Bucuresti

Popularity Award

Authors: arch. Adrian Cancer-Zanea, arch. Sabin Dumitru
Project: Carturesti Carusel
Office: Square One
City: Bucuresti

The jury members:

• arch. Șerban ȚIGĂNAȘ, president Romanian Order of Architects
• Florin MINDIRIGIU, president PROEvent Cultural Association
• conf. dr. arch. Beatrice-Gabriela JOEGER
• arch. Nicholas GALABOV, vice-president Chamber of Architects in Bulgaria
• arch. Carlo BERARDUCCI, founder Carlo Berarducci Architecture, Italy
• arch. Cédric RAMIÈRE, founder CoCo Architecture, France
• arch. Dean LAH, founder Enota, Slovenia
• interior designer Rai PINTO, founder Rai Pinto Studio, Spain.

2016 GIS Design Awards winners and their projects will be highlighted and further promoted in an itinerary exposition throughout the country, at architecture universities and at this year’s expo conference series in Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Bulgaria and Turkey.