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Apartment House G8, Dragalevtzi, Sofia

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Location: Dragalevtzi, Sofia
Status: In construction 2019, (Project 2018)
Client: Amit Construction Real Estates
Total Built-up area: 903 m² 

The building is situated in the area of Dragalevtzi, close to the ring road of Sofia. It consists of 9 apartments and 2 studios with a communal garden and underground parking.  The dwellings have 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms to meet various customers’ requirements.

The space organization and the shifted volumes allow the natural sunlight to penetrate in every room. Each flat enjoys the beautiful view of the mountain or the panorama of the city. The usable floor areas are optimized by minimizing the common spaces.

The geometry of the building as well as the brick cladding creates the identity of place, which roots in the vernacular architecture. The project creates a family-friendly urban housing typology.

About us

Founded as a private partnership between the architects Milena Nanova and Plamen Mihaylov in 2006 in Sofia, Bulgaria, STUDIO 17.5-M has now established its presence as a respected and valued architectural practice. For more than 12 years the company has built an excellent reputation for its experience in the design of shopping and entertainment centers, office buildings and hotels. We have also a longterm recognition for our residential projects.


Service List

STUDIO 17,5-M has a longterm experience in design, consultation and design management. The proficiency of the partners enables the company to provide full set of services to the client – from planning and investment opportunities investigation, to design development and  tender documentation preparation, construction drawings, site supervision, design management and coordination between all engineering specialists.

Contact Information

 Studio 17,5-m | architects
bul. Dragan Tsankov 12-16
1164, Sofia

+359 (0) 2 444 43 22

+359 (0) 887 303 172


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