AVA’s Retro67 project for Beirut, Lebanon commisioned by Masharii and Archstone Capital was selscted as finalist for the Future Mixed Use category for the Plan Award 2017 along with stunning architecture of today best practices from around the globe.
AVA’s project Retro67 in Beirut Lebanon is a finalist at the THE PLAN AWARD 2017 in the category mixed use.
Every project we do starts with a thorough research of the place we are working at, because every place has a unique story to tell either because of the context or rich cultural background. “Retro67” perhaps wants to communicate even more its strong relation to Beirut.
Andrea Vattovani Architecture was invited to take part to an international competition in Cyprus. The developer Masharii and Terra shortlisted three out of 11 International Practices. AVA than have been awarded with the third prize with their concept for Luxury flats directly on the beach of Limassol, a destination considered to become the third most visited worldwide in the next years.
Andrea Vattovani Architecture has been awarded as “Most distinguished architecture design studio of 2016” by the UK based BUILD Magazine as part of their 2016 Architectural Awards. We are very pleased that our hard work has been recognized and awarded , especially for the year 2016 in which we strived to bring our practice to another level.
“This year we have been growing much and this award is just the confirmation of our hard work”
Today Andrea Vattovani presented his design in Team with Bernd Beutel of the “Kleine Zeitung” for a cutting board for Prödl at the opening of the exhibition Showcase 2016 Erfolgfaktor. The exhibition can be visited from 14.11.2016 – 10.12.2016 at designforum Steiermark, Andreas-Hofer-Platz 17, 8010 Graz.
Andrea Vattovani Architecture has been Awarded with an honorable mention in the competition Smart City Wagner-Biro.
Functional, versatile and edge-less, are the leitmotifs for this design. A public space for people of the 21st century, people who like to spend their time outdoors, who like to walk to their workplace, ride a bike or travel by public transport. The aim is to maximize the potential of the living space in which people move daily. This space is supposed to become a meeting place for people of all generations, with space for various functions and activities.
Today we saw the final presentation of Design 3, the course held by Andrea Vattovani at Graz University of Technology. This year the course was again a kind of experiment in which the students developed a masterplan for a working environment such as an office. The students were then divided in to smaller groups and each given an area to focus on in more detail. The project was presented in front of an exceptional jury composed of: Andrea Vattovani, Clemens Luser (HOG), and Mario Keusch (AVA)