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    Arch. Anda Manu, Managing Partner of AMA Design bureau of architecture and design, will be a guest speaker at GIS Bucharest 2016 in the Office Spaces section of the event.

    Anda Manu, leading architect and founder of AMA Design, implemented design concepts on over 500.000 square meters of office space in over 15 years of experience. Also best known as the point of reference for custom made office design projects in Romania, created countless state of the art winning Concept Designs for the most important national companies and multinational corporations.

    AMA Design is a top brand in the field of Romanian office spaces design and architecture and has worked on some of the biggest projects in Bucharest. AMA is a team of young, creative and ambitious architects that have a keen eye for detail and share a strong passion for design. Their project list includes offices, residential buildings, banks, restaurants, public spaces, stores, showrooms, but they’re specialised in office and corporate office design.

    The only Romanian Architectural Studio specialised in office design, AMA Design speaks corporate communication and has the biggest portfolio of Corporate Clients in terms of brand importance and total designed surface.

    “Whether we are speaking of Office spaces and Headquarters for major local companies or the most powerful multinational corporations, banks and other public spaces, AMA Design personalized each project, insightfully mixing functional requirements with creative solutions.”

    Among their most notable projects are the design of the Bucharest offices of PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ernst & Young, KPMG, Huawei, Orange, Vodafone, Allen & Overy, Raiffeisen Bank, Electronic Arts, Procter & Gamble, Coca Cola, Unilever and ING Bank.

    AMA Design’s tailored projects contain pieces of unique design, custom made lamps, personalized furniture and harmoniously arranged interior design elements. Originally created so none of the project resembles another, each creation breathes the brand, culture and the identity of each client.

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