• 30.11, 11:00-12:00, HOUSE OF CULTURE
  • reduce, reuse, recycle

Amin Taha Architects are no strangers to Bulgaria since they won the Metrostation 20 competition in 2012. The practice was formed in the year 2003 in London after winning two competitions: for an urban regeneration master plan in Manchester and for an arts complex in East London. They have also landed (more than once) in the Top 40 under 40 selection (ranking of the top 40 architectural practices in Europe whose founders are under 40-years-old).   


Amin Taha Architects was founded by Amin Taha, Sarah Griffiths, Richard Cheesman and Dominic Kacinkas. At present they lead a team of 10. They design residential buildings, hotels, cultural centers, infrastructure, retail stores and offices in the UK and Spain. They have won an impressive number of competitions. Being a young practice their competition projects so far outnumber the built ones.

Currently Amin Taha Architects are working on a project for Regent’s Canal Footbridge, part of a wider master plan for regenerating the Broadway Market Neighbourhood, one of the poorest districts in East London. Part of the same plan is also their Ada Street apartment building which gained extensive coverage in architectural blogs. More info here


Language: English with Bulgarian translation

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When: 30.11, 11:00-12:00

Where: House of Culture

In cooperation with British Council Bulgaria