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Winning entries for the Red Square Tolerance Pavilion

Posted: Wednesday, January 14, 2015
With all the complexities of the different social, political, and religious beliefs in this world, spreading the value of tolerance is essential. Based on this notion, HMMD had entrants propose design ideas for a Red Square Tolerance Pavilion for Moscow's historic Red Square. At the…

Project Meganom consortium to design Moscow River-adjacent urban development

Posted: Friday, December 26, 2014
The consortium led by Russian architecture firm Project Meganom has the winning design concept for the urban developments planned for the Moscow River's adjacent territories. The winning team includes Gillespies (UK); Strategy Partners Group (Russia); John Thompson and Partners (UK);

Budcud’s winning design for the Voronezh City Reservoir Open Ideas Competition in Russia

Posted: Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Polish practice Budcud shared their winning proposal in an ideas competition to revive the iconic Voronezh Reservoir in Voronezh City, Russia. Built at the center of the city in 1972, the reservoir -- locally known as "The Voronezh Sea" -- was a recreational spot until increasing…

Rethinking “Urban Routines” in the Strelka Institute’s student exhibition in Moscow

Posted: Thursday, July 17, 2014
The "Urban Routines" exhibition at the Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture, and Design in Moscow proves that statistics are the tip of the iceberg when it comes to studying urban spaces and the bustling life within them. As the final exhibition of the Urban Routines education…

MVRDV-led consortium to refurbish historic Serp & Molot factory site in Moscow

Posted: Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Preserving the rich history of an iconic site while modernizing any aspect of its design is always a tricky feat. For MVRDV, one of their latest competition wins is redeveloping the urban plan of the historic Serp & Molot (Hammer & Sickle) Factory. Located east of Moscow's…

Strelka Unsettled is the winning idea for the new Strelka Institute in Moscow

Posted: Wednesday, April 23, 2014
As the city of Moscow plans for redevelopment, the renowned Strelka Institute has similar plans in store as the school faces relocation to a different part of town by 2015. After a one-month ideas competition for Strelka’s 2013-2014 research student body, Squadra Komanda was the winner out…

Three teams make their way into the Ukraina Hotel Entryway finals in Moscow

Posted: Monday, March 03, 2014
UPDATE - March 3, 2014: We've received this additional message from the competition organizer, Strelka: "We would like to point out that among three finalists a young team TPO Lesosplav from St. Petersburg (Russia) whose concept reflected the major requirements of the project most fully, is a number of…

Citymakers’ 4th-place proposal for Park Russia

Posted: Thursday, January 23, 2014
If you've been tracking our coverage of the Park Russia competition results, here comes another project! This time, it's from fourth-place finalist Citymakers, a masterplanning and city development company based in Moscow and Copenhagen. Citymakers entered the competition with Berlin-based studio anOtherArchitect. …

WAI Architecture Think Tank’s shortlisted proposal for Moscow’s NCCA competition

Posted: Friday, December 27, 2013
WAI Architecture Think Tank sent us their design for Moscow's New National Center for Contemporary Arts (NCCA) that was shortlisted in the top 10 designs during the competition. Heneghan Peng's design was chosen as the winner, as announced earlier today. Check out WAI Think…

Heneghan Peng wins Moscow’s NCCA competition

Posted: Friday, December 27, 2013
Christmas came early for Heneghan Peng Architects: the Irish firm was announced on December 23 as the final winner of the international competiton for Moscow’s new National Center for Contemporary Arts (NCCA). The other two finalist teams were Spanish Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos and Russian…

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