Architecture projects

Zeppelin is a laboratory of architecture and design. We like difficult situations, collaborations of all kinds and we listen and investigate thoroughly before the drawing. The projects on which the three partners are authors and co-authors, receive awards regularly and are published in international journals.

CITEŞTE MAI MULT

Lost museums. An exhibition

Over 110 museums are now disappearing because the previously nationalized buildings are given back to their rightful owners. Local administrations, which have the right to buy them back, are not interested or have no funding. Thus, essential urban public places vanish, and sometimes incredible collections will com­pletely disappear. A recent exhibition and installation at the Museum of the Romanian Peasant was meant to raise awareness about this shameful development.

Cat Music

Project team: Zeppelin

Architects: Constantin Goagea, Anastasia David, Bogdan Petru Pana, Stefan Ghenciulescu, Adrian Dobre.

Interior finishes: Habitual

Furniture and woodwork: Acant Design

Decorative plaster: Baumit

Photo: Cosmin Dragomir

The new Fire Pub

Project, text: Constantin Goagea, Adrian Dobre, Ștefan Ghenciulescu.
Photo: Cosmin Dragomir

We flirted with rock culture in our youth, considering it’s smart, sophisticated, and wild enough to satisfy our young egos full of crazy ideas. We started this adventure to design Fire Club in the best possible way, we allowed ourselves to drink more beers than usual during work hours, truly for professional reasons. Fire is an oldie but goldie, from back when Lipscani wasn’t the place full of cliché and excessive crowds it is now.

Apartment P.I.

Under the context of the past few years which generated a number of unfinished buildings, this proposal seems a real treat, a necessary one to say the least . Taking the basis, the structure of someone else’s project and giving it substance, finality and maybe a new vision of space.

Interior design, BG apartment, Bucharest

An apartment from an interwar building.

We wanted to reinterpret some of the characteristic elements found in this apartment: wood finishes, lighting and space continuity, irregular geometry, the multitude of options for opening and closing spaces, the very different perspectives.

DENSIFICATION – Apartment C.

A flat’s redesign, Bucharest

An anonymous apartment building of the 30s, with one small flat per floor. No special architecture – on the contrary, awkward positions of the openings, non-functional corners; yet, at the same time, qualities that even the worst architecture at that time had and which hardly come up today: agreeable height, a well proportioned windows, an indescribable charm of bizarre connections between spaces, or of ordinary door joints with panelling and boarding.