I. BUILDING DATA
The residence is located on the shore of the Snagov Lake north of Bucharest.
It is organized in a ground floor and one floor, with an outdoor swimming pool and a scenery park, still keeping the existing important greenery.
The wish of the owner was to preserve the spirit of architecture of F.L.Wright, based on simplicity, stylistic adapting to the needs of the owners and on the symbiosis with nature.
The partition is a minimal one.
The rooms are divided by elements that suggest the difference of functionality (horizontal finishing of the floor and ceiling, different outlooks of the rooms, lateral masonry ears, etc.).
Natural colors and materials of mineral origin were used, plasters and klinker for the facades.
At the same time high thermal insulation standards were considered.
Built area ca. 340 sq.m.
Total built area ca. 510 sq.m.
Facade area ca. 650 sq.m.
II. ARCHITECT DATA
STUDIO 10 M - Zerva, Croitoru, Medvedovici, Arhitecţi Asociaţi S.R.L. is an architecture bureau with two main partners - Florin Medvedovici, Grad. Arch. and şi Adrian Zerva, Grad. Arch.
Its main scope of activity is general design and counseling, promotion, procurement, and marketing in investments.
Their portfolio includes investments of important local and international clients:
IonŢiriac Group, Ţiriac Automotive-Autorom, TVRom International, Romanian Invest Group, Mobexpert Group, AIC GmbH München, DELTA Pc GmbH Austria, Tercon Bau Germany, Immoconsult Austria, Rokkura, Comnord SA, Kaufland, Metro, BankPost EuroBank and many others.
Four authorized architects members of the Order of Romanian Architects and acknowledged by the Ministry of Culture with practical experience between 20 and 25 years directly involved in the management of the project and client relations work here.
The team is completed by 6 architects with an experience between 7 and 15 years, permanent employees of the company.
Portofolio of projects
Several private residencies
Herastrau residence condominium, Bucharest
Swan Office Park
Floreasca office building