Our mission is to make the process of choosing things that will be part of your everyday life joyous and hassle-free.
Bringing new life into the old constructions.
Minimizing the negative impact of buildings and building materials on the environment.
Architecture is not only the space where we live. This is a material copy of our habits and beliefs. It has been scientifically proven that if a person wants to bring some changes into his/her life, it’s better to start with the environment where he/she spends most of the day. Do some repair work, buy a new desk, decor element or whatsoever, and the wind of changes will make your life more diverse and interesting. The latter has direct connection with our habits. Change something in the design of your home and see how your behavior will become different in a week or two.
Last week our company participated in the opening ceremony of a new Dior boutique in Los Angeles, CA, that will start new chain of Dior boutiques throughout the USA. They will be considerably different from all previous boutiques of this company. Arcitex will take part in construction and design of every boutique that Dior will open during the next 6 months.Read more...
Norwegian customs have destroyed 100 replicas or Hans J Wegner’s round chairs. The Danish furniture manufacturer who is now the owner of the brand was contacted by the Norwegian authorities earlier in 2015 regarding a consignment of 100 copies of the chair. The latter had to be delivered to one of the Norwegian restaurants. However, the chairs were not delivered to the destination point and were destroyed.Read more...
Committed Team of Professionals
Contact me...“Architecture differs not only by the period of time when it was constructed. The way houses are build differs from country to country, from state to state...”
Contact me...“With so many architecture companies available on the market, it’s easy to get lost. To find a reliable one, do a bit of research...”
Contact me...“We all have our own history, view and habits and even from village to village. We all have our own history, view and habits...”