Minimalist architecture combines gray clinker bricks, white porcelain stoneware and wood plank. At each level from the house there are exits to the terraces and exploited roofs. Exits to the terraces are protected from precipitation by canopies and cantilevered protruding rooms on the second floor.
MICRO-DISTRICT IN UST-KUT
The conceptual design of the microdistrict in the city of Ust-Kut, Irkutsk Region
WINER Exteria Award 2018. TOP50 Archdaily&Strelka
The great separation of Yin and Yang. The house consists of two volumes: cold and warm, light and dark.
Conceptual design of culture сenter for the elderly
Airplane Museum IL-2
Multi-level garage for the community of outdoor enthusiasts
The open / close scheme combines limited access to the courtyard from the side of the street and the openness of the space surrounding the quarter for those inside it.
Our team is engaged in the architectural design of residential and public buildings. The experience of our leading experts over ten years. Project development can include a full cycle from the concept to the working documentation, as well as individual stages.
The basis of any of our projects is a thorough multi-stage analytical preparation, regardless of its scale and budget.
Our team is constantly evolving, regularly participating in architectural competitions, festivals and training programs.
2020 - winner German Design Awards in the category Excellent Architecture
2019 - TOP30 objects of private architecture according to the version of the PROJECT RUSSIA magazine, implemented in 2016-2019
2019 - TOP50 ArchDaily & Strelka
2018 - winner EXTERIA PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURE AWARD in the nomination "Country house". Object - YINYANG House
2016 - winner of the competition for the creation of the concept of a multifunctional sports complex in Novosibirsk
2015 - winner of the competition for the creation of a social model PKiO RF Armed Forces "PATRIOT" in the nomination "Creating a comfortable environment"
2011 - 2nd Prize of the architectural festival "CITIES". Object - "CUP OF CULTURE"