Andrei Șerbescu lives and works in Bucharest and founded, together with Adrian Untaru, the architecture office ADNBA in 2003 (www.adnba.ro). Since 2002, Andrei Șerbescu has been teaching within the design studios of the Bucharest’s University of Architecture and Urbanism Ion Mincu.
ADNBA’s work has received numerous awards in national and international competitions, being several times nominated for the European Prize for Contemporary Architecture Mies van der Rohe Awards, for which it was also shortlisted within the top 40 projects in 2015 and 2019. It was also the winner of the Milan Zlokovic award for the best architectural achievement in the Balkan Region in 2015, a finalist at the World of Architecture Festival Awards in 2014 and several times the winner of the Bucharest Architecture Annual, the Romanian National Architecture Biennale and the East Centric Architecture Triennale Award.
One of the main topics on which ADNBA has focused is the contemporary collective housing in Bucharest, a topic which was also the starting point for ADNBA’s participation within the main exhibition at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2016.