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Architecture School

Sofia, Bulgaria

STARH


Varna, Bulgaria, 2017-12-14 –

The road to knowledge and enlightenment is tough, meandering and full of obstacles. The aim of the project is to create a metaphor of this process, with its zigzag floor plans, as well as the inclined roof, resembling the difficulties one embraces while walking this road.

The building is functionally divided throughout its height. The first floor is more public-oriented, with the airy entrance foyer, the Aula Maxima, café and administration zone. The second floor is the place where students will receive the knowledge – with all the lecture halls, laboratories and seminar rooms. The next two floors are the place where the architectural “magic” happens and turns the ideas into reality in the architecture ateliers. Also, there is a library with a half-level inside.

The metaphor of the enlightenment can be read vertically – the higher you go, the closer to pure architecture itself you become.

Taken away from the Nature, the park is returned to the public by using a green roof, with a big balcony and bench-like stairs where people can enjoy the beautiful views to Vitosha Mountain.

The use of the materials – glass fibre and big glazed windows, creates a unique game of shadows and light. The half-translucent channel glass facade helps the even dispersion of the light, which is so important for the architectural education needs, while the corten-coated roof finishes the architectural look of the building.

Data Sheet

Project name: Architecture School

Client: UACEG Sofia

Architect: Petar Nikolov
Main Contractor: UACEG Sofia

Program: Educational Building, Diploma Project

Location: Sofia, Bulgaria

Area: 7956,8 m2

Completion date: Project completed 2016

Photo Credits: Visualisations by Georgi Pasev, Vladimir Kavaev

About STARH

STARH Stanislavov Architects

Achitectural studio STARH Stanislavov Аrchitects has been created with devotion to a cause, which benefits the society and brings its team inner satisfaction.
The people at STARH embrace the mission to break through stereotypes with a fresh, different and bold approach, expressed in strong and determined forms. 
There is a belief in the studio that the limits could be overcome with a spirit of creativity, innovation and a sense of aesthetics. STARH’s works cover the spectrum of most major architectural challenges—from small, fine architectural edifices for private clients to large public projects.

By welcoming them in new ways, adding passion and enjoying every step of the process, the design team changes and creates new dimensions in the surrounding environment.


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