Globalworth Foundation inaugurates first Hi-Tech Centre for future architects in Bucharest

by   CIJ News iDesk V
2021-02-10   10:47
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The Globalworth Foundation inaugurates the first Hi-Tech Centre for future architects, within the “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urbanism, Bucharest. Through this modernization and endowment project, with a value of up to EUR 240,000, the foundation aims to bring the prestigious university to a competitive European level from all perspectives: research, design and education.

"We are the largest office investor in Central and Eastern Europe. We invest in and develop buildings for business communities, and we work closely with architects. We understand their importance and appreciate their power to transform spaces, which is why we decided to invest in the future of Romanian architecture. Technology is part of our company’s DNA, and thanks to it we bring the offices of the future into the present. Slowly but surely, reality is being improved in the virtual space, and the technical solution implemented at Ion Mincu University is the means by which future architects will shape our cities", said Dimitris Raptis, CEO of Globalworth Group.