Responsible Architecture


18.02.2016 – House renovation completed

18.02.2016 - House renovation completed

Heavy renovation of a single-family home in the Prince d'Orange neighbourhood.     

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03.10.2016 – Bâtiment durable

03.10.2016 - Bâtiment durable

In order to deepen the knowledge of building in respect to the environment, Alexandru Patrichi is taking part in a train...

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Glenn Murcutt International Architecture Master Class - will be a huge inspiration and possibly, as has been suggested b...

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If you can afford the time and the money to come to Australia for the Glenn Murcutt International Architecture Master Cl...

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Tune in Monday, the 11th of August at 9 AM on Belgian Radio Station - Classic 21 for a feature on Alexandru Patrichi Arc...

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Alexandru Patrichi will take part in the Glenn Murcutt International Architecture Master Class 2014, Sydney, 06-20 July....

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01.06 2014 

01.06 2014 

Website launched.  

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The Studio

Mission statement :

AP is a fresh and dynamic studio offering architecture, hand crafted model-making, design and consulting services based in the heart of Brussels.

Inspired by minimalist ideals, clean lines and sustainable design, AP offers a personalised approach to your building project, tailored to your needs and responsibly executed.

Profile and vision:

The belief that architecture has the ability to push the limits of innovation and to influence people’s lives creates both a motivation and presents unique challenges with each scenario. In every case a delicate balance must be found.

Architecture should be respectful of context and be integrated in its local culture.Each project is the result of a thorough research and tries to push the boundaries of design and thinking, is guided by the purity of forms and attention to detail while providing quality spaces.

Sustainability is paramount in the development of a project, creating a better setting for the users, minimizing the impact on the environment and reducing the cost of maintenance over time.


Alexandru Patrichi

Born and raised in a small mountain town in Transylvania, Alexandru studied architecture at UAUIM Bucharest; parallel to studying he developed a small model workshop which led to fruitful collaborations with numerous architects.

Alexandru continues developing collaborations with a large, multicultural European practice where he participates in various competitions and works on the development of several projects.

In July 2014 he is invited to the Glenn Murcutt International Architecture Master Class in Sydney, Australia.


2016/ Sustainable Building Training, Brussels, Belgium.

2014/ Glenn Murcutt International Architecture Master Class, Sydney, Australia.

2005 – 2011/ Master’s Degree in Architecture at University of Architecture and Urbanism ‘Ion Mincu’, Bucharest. Subjects covered: Architecture, Design, Urbanism.

2011/ Diploma in Rehabilitation of Architectural Heritage, Superior Technical School of Architecture, Polytechnic University Madrid. Case study: Canary Islands. Subjects covered: Architecture, Rehabilitation.

2009/ Diploma in Rehabilitation of Architectural Heritage, Superior Technical School of Architecture, Polytechnic University Madrid. Case study: Central and Northern Spain. Subjects covered: Architecture, Rehabilitation.


2015  - present/ Architect, Archi2000, Brussels. www.archi2000.be

2012  - 2015/ Architect, Art & Build Architect, Brussels. www.artbuild.eu

2009 – 2011/ Intern, Radu Teaca Architect, Bucharest. www.raduteaca.com

2007 – 2011/ Model maker. www.alexandrupatrichi.eu


2012 – present/ Order of Architects, BCBW Council.


2011/ 1st Prize in Isover 2011 Competition, National Stage, Bucharest.

2010/ 2nd Prize in Isover 2010 Competition, National Stage, Bucharest.

2008/ Redesigning Hotel Bloom, Brussels.


2011/ Igloo Magazine, no.119.

2010/ Igloo Magazine, no.99.


2011/ 4th International Energy Trade Fair of Romania.


The tower – a vertical extension of the city

The tower – a vertical extension of the city

Europe was reticent to accept the high-rise typology, mainly due to the pre-existing historical conditions, but also bec...

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