As many as 76 architectural studios from 17 countries enrolled in the international architectural competition for the restoration of the iconic Grössling bathhouse in the very centre of Bratislava.
“This result has exceeded all our expectations,” said Marcela Glevická, head of the Metropolitan Institute of Bratislava (MIB), an organisation belonging to Bratislava's City Council. “We cannot reveal more as the competition is anonymous, but we are already looking forward to the projects which will be submitted.”
The jury chose five studios that have now advanced to the second round, while the final winner will be selected by the autumn.
2. Jul 2020 at 11:51 | Compiled by Spectator staff