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.
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 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.
Project Retro67 by Andrea Vattovani Architecture for the developer Archstone Capital and the developer manager Masharii was presented in Beirut these days at DREAM2016. The project received a very positive feedback after being presented. Andrea Vattovani CEO of AVA was at the event alongside Karim Jabbour CEO of Masharii to personally present his latest project. DREAM is a real estate exhibition gathering a wide number of renowned real estate developers, brokers, and financiers. Conveniently held at Biel, it is the premier event for the property market in Beirut.
Andrea Vattovani Architecture was invited to take part in a competition for a mixed use development, in the Center of Beruit which included retail units and 30 apartments. The project was developed by Archstone Capital alongside Masharii, an award winning Project Management company.
Liget Budapest was launched in spring 2014 as an architectural open competition with the objective to find appropriate designs for five cultural venues in the Capital of Hungary. The planned buildings were aimed to house the New National Gallery, the Ludwig Museum of Contemporary art, the Museum of Ethnography, the Hungarian Museum of Architecture and the House of Music. More than 500 entries where submitted.
Andrea Vattovani Architecture took part in the competition for the House of Music where over 170 entries have been submitted. AVA was shortlisted by the jury along with 5 other practices to take part in the second stage of the House of Hungarian music Competition.
Last Friday in an announcement ceremony held in the Millennium Meeting Room of the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Andrea Vattovani Architecture have been awarded with the 3rd prize, the competition was won by well known Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto, Kengo Kuma Associates made an honorable mention.