Articles tagged Romania


Hospitality design in Romania is experiencing a shift, says a young local studio

Timișoara, Romania – Jess, a new restaurant space designed by Biancoebianca, reflects an increased appetite for vibrant dining spots in the Romanian hospitality industry.


Too much sun in the Black Sea? Here’s how to throw some shade

Mamaia, Romania – Italian manufacturer Corradi gave the Hotel Iaki Mamaia, located on Romania’s Black Sea coast, a solution for the fact that they have too much of a good thing.


Square One crafts a cavernous concept bookstore with grandeur and curved contours

BUCHAREST – Our new book Powershop 5 features concept stores and bookstores, and it also showcases this concept bookstore in Romania.  

PickTwo Studio delivers a three-in-one contemporary hospitality space in Bucharest.

Stadio by PickTwo Studio

Delivering a new bar concept for Bucharest, PickTwo Studio has designed Stadio – a three-in-one contemporary hospitality space.

Poiana Lui Iocan serves as a gathering space and urban think tank to perform research focusing on social issues in the urban setting.

Poiana Lui Iocan by FieldTrip Studio

BUCHAREST – FieldTrip Studio completed an architectural intervention serving as a gathering space and urban think tank to perform research.

Razvan Boar, Cameo, installation view, courtesy of Ana Cristea Gallery

Cameo by Razvan Boar

Romanian artist Razvan Boar is known for his paintings and collages, which reflect the fragmentary, disorientating nature of our world. His second solo exhibition at Ana Cristea Gallery demonstrates …

BvS Wine Traders in Bucharest serves as a wine shop and a space for wine tastings.

BvS Wine Traders by Beros & Abdul Architects

It’s a wine lover’s library: this shop in central Bucharest is designed to present wines as books, framing their labels against a post-industrial aesthetic of exposed wood and concrete.

For each visitor, the project activates or reactivates the primary tools of space analysis.

Sheltered Exhibition

A pavilion in Bucharest is attempting to make people recognize and confront the basics of human space.