Asadov Architectural Bureau win Tourism Cluster in Oymyakon, Sakha Republic, Russia, international competition for tourism cluster in world’s coldest village, beating 40 applicants, from 32 countries.
Masterplan for Derbent Urban District Competition in Republic of Dagestan, Russia, open international architectural competition finalists news, part of a program for the development of one of the oldest towns in Russian Federation.
Following a design completion UNStudio’s design selected as the winner for the Blagoveshchensk Cable Car station connecting Russia and China with the first ever cross border cable car.
New Sverdlovsk Philharmonic Concert Hall in Yekaterinburg, Russia, building design by Zaha Hadid Architects: The cultural and artistic centre is Russia’s third largest economy, located east of the Ural Mountains.
Golden City Block 4 St. Petersburg project by KCAP Architects&Planners and ORANGE Architects for urban & architectural competition at western tip of the Vasilievsky Island, Russia.
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Twelve Architects has been given the go ahead for a £120 million retail and leisure destination in the Russian city of Perm.
Designed by AI Studio Media City in St Petersburg will include office spaces for media and other creative industries, as well as the public realm, designed in collaboration with Hyland Edgar Driver.
Gelendzhik Airport building in Russia – design by Studio Fuksas, Architects, winning project of architecture competition for landmark construction at a resort town in Krasnodar Krai.
PAUM design designed the office for the IT department of the PETSHOP company is located in St. Petersburg, on Chkalovsky avenue, in soviet industrial building of 50th – 60th years of the 20th century.
Europe’s tallest tower – 87 storeys, 462 meters high – in Lakhta, St Petersburg, Russia – the colossal Gazprom skyscraper building by British architects RMJM awarded LEED® Platinum certification.
Naro-Fominsk Silk Factory building renewal, Russia, design by Mei architects and planners, Rotterdam: transformative architectural breakthroughs will bring light into the buildings.
Viewing platform with canopy and amphitheater in Divnogorsk, design by OOO “ADM” Architects. The name of this Siberian town comes from a word combination “divnye gory” meaning “amazing mountains”.