Georgi Stoilov

40 Maria Luisa Blvd. Sofia 1202, Bulgaria
Tel: + 359 2 9434950
E-Mail: iaarch@yahoo.com
www.iaa-ngo.com

Georgi Stoilov was born in Kondofrey, in the district of Radomir, he has received his degree in architecture from The Moscow Institute of Architecture in 1954 and has specialized in urbanism in Paris in 1965, he has started his artistic career in the large school of more than a few generations of Bulgarian architects “Glavproject” and has dedicated years to the Architects of Bulgaria Union. All this makes Georgi Stoilov a phenomenon in its own right in the Bulgarian architecture in the second half of the XX century.
It is also true that the recent history is, too, is closely linked with his name. It is true that the history of the Architects of Bulgaria Union (ABU) is interwoven with his the history of his life. As a brilliant organizer he dedicated many years to the development of the Bulgarian architecture, to our artistic union.
As every artist Georgi Stoilov has a complex, multi-layered personality.
A knowledgeable specialist who passionately – this word conveys precisely the nature of his temperament – goes from architectural and plastic problems to problems concerning aesthetics and sociology.
His artistic path is connected with a large scope of issues: from the active designing to the implementation of significant projects, from scientific and theoretic work to publishing activity, from administrative obligations to the occupying of important public positions, from an opinion shared to the asserting of his civil beliefs.
• A designer – the author of significant works and a laureate of architectural competitions;
• One of the founders of the Architects of Bulgaria Union and its chairman in the periods: 1965 – 1968 and 1977 – 1990;
• Mayor of Sofia from 1967 to 1971;
• The Minister of Architecture and Town-planning from 1971 – 1973;
• A member of parliament in the National Assembly from 1967 to 1990 – in its Vth (1966 – 1971), VIth (1971 – 1976); VIIth (1976 – 1981); VIIIth (1981 – 1986) and IXth (1986 – 1990) member compositions;
• A member – titular of the working group “Forming and Practicing the Profession” of the International Union of Architects;
• Founder and Secretary General of the Balkan Conference of Architects
• Founder and President of the World Centre for Technical Information and Urbanism (WCTIU) of the World Federation of Fellowship Towns (WFFT);
• Vice President of the World Federation of the Fellowship Towns (WFFT) from 1970 to 1976;
• Vice president of the International Council of Regional Economy, and its lecturer at its congress in Paris in 1980;
• Organizer of two world intercommunal conferences: “Man and their Living Environment in the Cities” – 1972 and “Planning and Development of Cities” – 1978;
• Participant in all congresses of the International Union of Architects from the middle of the 60’s of the XXth century and still: VIII congress, 1965 – Paris, (France); IX congress, 1967 – Prague (Czechoslovakia); X congress, 1969 – Buenos Aires (Argentina); XI congress, 1972 – Varna (Bulgaria); XII congress, 1975 – Madrid (Spain), XIII congress, 1978 – Mexico (Mexico); XIV congress, 1981 – Warsaw, (Poland); XV congress, 1985 – Cairo (Egypt); XVI congress, 1987 – Brighton (UK); XVII congress, 1990 – Montreal (Canada); XVIII congress, 1993 – Chicago (USA); XIX congress, 196 – Barcelona (Spain); XX congress, 1999 – Peking (China); XXI congress, 2002 – Berlin (Germany);
• Participant in the Assemblies of the International Union of Architects, which accompany the congresses and such which have taken place in other cities, different from the cities of the congresses held from 1965 to 2003: 1969 – Barilosh (Argentina); 1975 – Venice (Italy); 1978 – Acapulco (Mexico); 1981 – Katovitze (Poland); 1987 – Dublin (Ireland) and many others;
• Initiator, organizer and chairman of the Organization Council and the International Jury of the World biannual and triennial of Architecture “Interarch” from the first – 1981 to the last, tenth jubilee forum, held in 2003;
• Sponsor and chairman of the Editors Council of the
• Sponsor and chairman of the Editors Council of the International Almanac “Architecture and Society”
• President of the International Union of Architects from 1985 to 1987;
• Founder and President of the International Academy of Architecture from 1987 until 2018;
• Honorary President of the International Academy of Architecture since 2018;
• Founder of the Science and Research Academic Design Institute “Interproject” of the International Academy of Architecture;
• Author of books and monographs, scholarly papers and articles on topical issues of architecture… these are only a part of the significant challenges Arch. Georgi Stoilov has put before himself.

Residential Complex, Rostov-on-the-Don, Russia

Rostov-on-the-Don is a large center of South Russia. This multimillion city was founded on the Don River. Unfortunately, the Don River is not visible from the city. Standing close to the Don River one can see only back of the city. This project will enrich the city silhouette and join the city and river.

A conceptual project of a skyscraper URBIA 1

A project of a skyscraper in Beijing – the building is 1500 m in height and the pile is 1800 m tall. The diameter of the building is 30 m. It is designed to have 200 lifts and can house about 200 000 people.

Hotel International

The International Hotel, The Golden Sands resort, Bulgaria

Air transport administration building. Airport Sofia.

The project was awarded the First Prize of the National contest in 1996. It is a complicated multi-functional composition made of five parts. In spite of the multitude of different functions, the project is noted for the unity of aesthetics, volumes and space. Both the exterior and interior of the complex are distinguished by the […]

Buzludzha Panteon

Buzludzha is a historic top of the Balkan Mount, it is a symbol of three epochs: struggle against the Turkish oppression, set up of Bulgarian social democracy and antifascist fight. The whole composition, including the enormous dome of 60 m in diameter, is reinforced concrete. The interiors accommodate the world-largest mosaic work averaging 900 sq.m. […]