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Our CEO visits Delta Light in Belgium
Our CEO Kristina Bråteng had the privilege of visiting one of the most prestigious lighting companies in the world this week.
Top 100 Architects & Designers in the world
We have ended year 2022 receiving awards, and started 2023 in the best way possible; that is receiving one more!
Our CEO featured in a Norwegian Magazine
We are very pleased to inform you that our CEO, Kristina Bråteng, is on the cover of the January edition of an important Norwegian magazine (Det Norske Magasinet).
We are the Best Interior Design Company of the year for the MEC awards!
Last Wednesday on the 7th the ceremony took place, in which the whole B8 team had an incredible evening, with a spectacular ending: We have been the winners of the award for Best Interior Design Company of the Year!
B8 Architecture triumphs in ACD Awards 2022
This last month of December we come with very good news: we have swept the Architecture, Construction & Design Awards 2022.
We are shortlisted at the ME Consultant Awards
Today is a very important day, we are thrilled to announce that we have been shortlisted for the Middle East Consultant Awards 2022, one of the most important competitions in the Middle East.
Villa Corinthia: Triple Signature Mansion in Palm
This villa is one of our masterpieces and one of the favourite projects so far. Just bespoke 7+ family-bedroom mansion, implemented on a plot of +1.900 sqm, with more than 3.000 sqm interior built area and spread over 4 different levels.
Villa Ocean: House of your Dreams by B8
We’d like to share with you our new project. An amazing signature villa on the ocean in Florida.
The Eight: Luxury Architecture in Paradise
This is an exclusive project consisting of a boutique hotel and seven luxury villas of aprox 600 sqm divided into individual plots in Crete (Greece)
Villa Claudine: Surrounded by Nature
Villa Claudine is an ambitious project, the result of integrating the nature into architectural design, configuring functionality and luxury with noble materials such as white/black stone and wood, using a contemporary and clean formal language.