DRA&U wins third place in ISTAT Competition

Today it was announced that DRA&U won a third place prize in competition on the proposal for an office building for the ISTAT (The Italian National Institute of Statistics) headquarter based in Rome.

In the creation of the project also contributed studio AMATI, Ariatta Engineering and Gnosis.

Stay tuned for more information on the project!


On 7th March, under the framework of the Italian Design Day 2019 in the World, DRA&U in collaboration with the Union of Architects of Azerbaijan presented their joint project on “Baku Urban Regeneration”. The project aims to create “a smart district for the future city”, where urban, architectural and social transformations take place inside a…


On 5-6-7th of March 2019, Baku will host the third edition of the Italian Design Day, an integrated promotion project launched by the Foreign Ministry with a scope to highlight the excellence and peculiarities of Italian design around the world. This year, under the framework of the Italian Design Day and with the patronage of…

Kenya Social Housing

PROJECT SUMMARY This social housing development model is designed to change a common view on social housing blocks, mostly associated with dull and grey shades. The bright and cheerful colours of the buildings make it quite a vibrant development. Aimed to be realized in order to ease a shortage of housing in Kenya, this urban…


DRA&U in collaboration with Union of Architects of Azerbaijan has launched a cooperation agreement on the redevelopment of the historic district of Baku city defined between Azerbaijan Avenue, Mirza Aga Aliyev, Nabat Ashrubekov and Nizami streets.


PROJECT SUMMARY The winner of "Turkistan Architect Awards" in Media Center category, this project seeks to create a high-tech building complex for media, tracing the evolution of Islamic architecture elements to their modern interpretation; its intention is to establish a dynamic center designed for editing and transmitting accurate information simultaneously contributing to the cultural development…