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The MVA Bureau (mikelić vreš arhitects) by architects of the younger generation, Marin Mikelić i Tomislav Vreš, was founded in 2007 in Zagreb, after their professional experiences gained at a number of studios in Zagreb (M.) and freelancing (V.). 

Since its foundation, the bureau has continuously worked on projects of different volumes and typology, from individual inhabitation and tourism to social and public projects. For the Hotel Well at the Thermal Spa at Tuhelj, MVA recieved the annual  ‘Viktor Kovačić’ award for the greatest realization in all fields of architecture, and special recognition from the 47th Zagreb Salon.

 
 
 
 

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