September 17, 2015 - Work on the projects: Two Residential Buildings | NSA | student in town with first sod.

On 17.09.2015 started construction works on the first of two residential buildings | NAV | student in town. Investor and contractor of the buildings Idea Buildings and designer is Studio Creative.

NSA buildings are located at the National Sports Academy Street prof. Stransky. The style of the buildings is contemporary and consistent with indwelling him audience - students. Also this has affected and in terms of functionality. Color buildings are designed with white gray silicate plaster and dark woodwork, the main focus is asymmetric windows on all floors and in all residential units. The plot is L-shaped and an area of ​​3045.00 square in graphic data.

First dig of two buildings to NSA

In terms of functionality the buildings are designed for residential buildings with underground garages. The levels are utilized as follows: In the basement / elevation ˗ 3.60 / is a common parking lot with 22 parking spaces, all is provided adjacent area for maneuvering and ramp also has 7 cellars serving the needs of the apartments. Vertical Communications elevator and staircase and ramp service levels from ± 0.00 to ˗ 3.60. The first floor has an entrance hall, guard room, common needs, four-bedroom, two-bedroom apartments and two studios and a staircase with an elevator. From the second to fourth floors there are four two-bedroom, two-bedroom apartments and four studios and a staircase with an elevator. On the fifth floor there are two bedroom and four bedroom apartments.

The buildings will attract the attention of passers-by its modern and attractive look, it's intended purpose, as a natural extension of students who inhabit the area.

Night visualization of residential buildings to NSA


Location: Bulgaria, city. Sofia, kv. Studentski grad, ul. Prof. Ivan Stransky
Functional type: multifamily buildings with underground garages and Transformer
| Area |: 2 buildings 4050 m2 - Total 8100 m2
Phase: Under construction
Year of design: 2015

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