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post updated 13 Feb 2020

Belarus Building

We aim to select key Belarus Architecture. The focus is on contemporary Belarus buildings.

The significant historic architecture in the country includes the Brest fortress (1830s), Mir Castle, a UNESCO world heritage site (Grodno region), the Royal Palace (1751 – Grodno region), St Simeon’s Orthodox Cathedral (1865 – Brest region), the 19th century Kossovo Palace (Brest region), Petrikovsky Nikolaev church (Gomel region), the Roman Catholic Church of Exaltation of the Holy Cross (1856 – Brest region) and the 13th century Kamenets Tower (Brest region).

Major Belarus Building Design:

Belarusian Potassium Company Headquarters, Minsk
Date built: 2008
Design: Varabyeu Partners

More Belarus Architecture projects online soon

The country was a founding constituent republic of the Soviet Union and renamed as the Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic (BSSR). The country declared independence in 1991.

Belarus Buildings Overseas

30 Nov 2018
Belarusian Memorial Chapel Building, near London, England, UK
Date built: 2017
Design: Spheron Architects
Wooden Religious Building in South East England design by Spheron Architects - Belarus Buildings
photos © Joakim Boren
Belarusian Memorial Chapel Building
This humble structure was built for the Belarusian diaspora community in the UK. Timber serves as a reminder of the loss of many wooden Belarusian settlements. A series of contemporary elements have been introduced to the basic traditional form, such as the undulating timber frill of the flank walls which enlivens the exterior. In 2018 it was selected alongside 536 shortlisted entries for the World Architecture Festival 2018 Awards.

Location: Republic of Belarus, Eastern Europe

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Architectural Developments in countries nearby

Russian Buildings
Moscow School of Management on the Belarus Buildings page
photograph : Alexey Naroditskiy

Polish Buildings
Zlota 44 Warsaw
picture © Aldinger & Wolf

Finland Architecture

Ukraine Architecture
Kiev Hospital on the Belarus Buildings page
image from architects

Romanian Building
Dorobanti Tower on the Belarus Buildings page
image from architect

Lithuanian Architecture
Guggenheim Museum Vilnius on the Belarus Buildings page
image from architects

Latvian Developments
Latvian Museum of Contemporary Art
image from architect

Estonian Developments

Ülemiste Terminal, Tallinn, Estonia
Design: Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA)
Ulemiste Terminal Tallinn
render : negative.com

Ülemiste Terminal in Tallinn

Russian skyscraper
Russian skyscraper building
image : Foster + Partners

This country was formerly known by its Russian name Byelorussia or Belorussia.

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