DRS-Architects is a Romanian architecture office, founded by arch. Andrei Lefter in 2014 under the name of Droid Studio.
Since 2008 until 2018, Andrei Lefter has been one of the senior partners at Lef Proiect and has managed the Bucharest Office of the Firm, at the same time focusing on building Droid Studio as an independent company specialized in doing highly realistic architecture rendering and virtual reality application for major real-estate investors. In 2017, Droid Studio added to its activity building design services for a number of smaller projects, mainly for private investors.
At the start of 2018, Lef Proiect went through a transformation process that resulted in the Bucharest branch becoming an independent entity, comprising the entire Bucharest team, facilities and continuing the projects contracted in Bucharest. At the same time, we decided to merge Lef Proiect Bucharest and Droid Studio under a new name: DRS-Architects, both companies contributing with their own expertise and portfolio to provide our clients a comprehensive range of services related to building design and real-estate development.
Today, DRSArchitects, alongside its partners, is fully capable of tackling a wide range of projects with various degrees of complexity, suitable for both private and public investment.
Our focus is to extend the portfolio we developed over the past decade as Lef Proiect Bucharest, one covering over 100 projects throughout Romania, including the Extension of City Park Mall Constanta, the Vulcan Value Center and Mega Mall Bucharest, the modernization of British Council Building, various residential buildings and hotels, as well as highly complex buildings such as the Tuzla Airport Hotel.
Our aim is to work with original concepts in order to create valuable and sustainable building designs, deeply anchored in their urban context. With projects successfully combining the client’s needs with sustainable solutions, without following the lines of a predetermined style, our priority is to offer beneficiaries, as well as future users of the buildings that we design, the best results by using an integrated design which combines aesthetics with functional needs.