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  • DROO architects on Dezeen

    Dezeen features DROO’s Castel lane project. Curved bow windows animate the facades of VI Castle Lane, a housing block in London designed by architecture studios Da Costa Mahindroo Architects.

  • Wallpaper* features DROO architecture

    A glass prism has appeared in an East London back garden. Geometric, transparent and glistening, it is the work of emerging London studio DROO – Da Costa Mahindroo Architects. More


    DOMUS magazine features DROO architect’s VI Castle Lane in Westminster, London.  “While following strict constraints to respect the historical heritage, London studio Droo has created an apartment building with markedly contemporary forms.” For this project, Da Costa Mahindroo architects “carefully examined the composition and details of the surrounding facades and interpret a classic element of…

  • Attitude

    Portuguese Attitude magazine features DROO’s Harrington project “Pure Tranquility”.  For this project, Michel Da Costa Goncalves and Amrita Mahindroo created a “spaces of meditative calm”, characterised by “the chiaroscuro effect of light and shade”. More … 

  • RUE Magazine

    DROO Architects’ Harrington Garden project is featured on RUE Magazine June 2018. Exuding a quiet strength of character, this West London Townhouse, play with the chiaroscuro effect of light and shade to create spaces of meditative calm. More

  • ARCHICREE European listing

    ARCHICREE European listing, DROO (formerly RARE) selected amongst the 16 best architectural offices in Europe.  

  • Mark Magazine

    January 2015 Netherlands Featuring RARE’s Destination Mall in Bangkok a semi-outdoor 120,000 sqm sustainable commercial complex.

  • A+U Magazine

    May 2015 Japan RARE on the Map! A+U magazine features the office’s Town Hall 5* Hotel in London’s ultimate architecture landmarks list.

  • The Guardian

      March 2014 United-Kingdom The Guardian lists RARE’s director Nathalie Rozencwajg as one of the 10 women in architecture to watch in 2014 – female architects breaking through the glass ceiling and designing a new one.