Graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute (MARHI) in 2008.
Studied under Professor Andrei Nekrasov and Alexander Tsybaykin, Yuri Grigoryan and Alexandra Pavlova.
Since 2005 — a member of the Union of Architects of Russia.
Since 2009 — a member of the All-Russian Society for the Protection of Historical and Cultural Monuments (VOOPIiK).
From 2009 to 2012 worked as an advisor to the head of the Department of Cultural Heritage of Moscow.
From 2014 to the present - Advisor to the rector of the Moscow Architectural Institute on a voluntary basis.
In 2012, together with Alexander Kibovsky, Andrei Batalov, Dmitry Shvidkovsky, Leonid Weintraub and Marina Dobornovskaya took part in the creation of the book "Security Object: Moscow" that was published for the 95th anniversary of the establishment of the system of monuments.
In 2015, at the Moscow Architectural Institute, defended a thesis on the topic: "The history of the formation and development of Moscow's architectural heritage protection organs in the context of their interaction with society in the Soviet period (1917-1991)", academician Dmitry Shvidkovsky.
Laureate of the architectural Biennial in Venice in 2004, all-Russian and international architectural competitions.
In 2013, together with partners Sergei Pereslegin and Georgy Trofimov founded the architectural bureau Kleinewelt Architekten.
Since 2017, has been teaching at the Moscow Architectural Institute, in the group of Andrei Nekrasov and Alexander Tsybaykin.
Higher education — Moscow Architectural Institute (MARHI). Studied under professors K.V. Kudryashev and Michael Eichner (2009). Trained at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) with Peter Ebner. Worked in the Austrian-German architectural bureau E + E architecture + urban design, graduated from the Research Institute of Architecture and Urban Planning of RAASN, worked at the Swiss Architectural Bureau Arch4 (Basel / Moscow, Switzerland), taught at the Department of Residential and Public Buildings of the Moscow Architectural Institute. Since 2013, partner of the architectural bureau Kleinewelt Architekten.
In 2008 graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute (MARHI). From 2000 to 2006, headed the design bureau 2Print, from 2006 to 2010 worked at the Arch4 bureau (Basel / Moscow, Switzerland). Directed the reconstruction project of the International Press Center of RIA Novosti (2010). In 2010 he founded the architectural bureau Retrofuturizm. Since 2013, partner of the architectural bureau Kleinewelt Architekten.
Kleinewelt Аrchitekten is a bureau of architecture and research.
Our method is based on the analytical approach to design. Every project we start with a multidisciplinary research aimed to help us find the most effective and yet unique option.
Development strategies for cities and industrial centers - Krasnoturyinsk and Michurinsk, unusual public buildings - Guy-Kadzor Winery and Gorky Park Cinema, reconstruction of former kitchen factory on Novokuznetskaya street, pavilions in the Taganka park and the VDNKh, apartment building on Sivcev Vrazhek st, residential block on Olsufyevskiy alley, the largest in Europe Mercedes and Audi dealership are a few of our bureau's projects.
Our main activities are public and residential buildings design, reconstruction and restoration of historical sites, beautification of public spaces and whole cities.
The bureau was established in 2013 by partners Nikolay Pereslegin, Sergey Pereslegin, and Georgiy Trofimov.
Our clients: O1 Properties, PSN Group, Millhouse, «Avilon AG», «Sibur Holding», «Gay-Kadzor Vineyards », «Gorky Park», «Mosgorpark», «Jewish museum and tolerance center», «Bazovy Element» Company group, ММОМА, «Moscow Museum» and more.
In 2008 graduated with honors from the Faculty of Architecture of the State University for Land Management, and in 2014 - from the Faculty of Construction Business of the State University of Management. Studied at the Faculty of Architecture of the National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA Strasbourg, France). Worked in Russian and European architectural offices.
Since the foundation of the company, Kleinewelt Architekten has been designing symbolic projects. The first of them is the reconstruction of the kitchen factory on Novokuznetskaya Street. In the portfolio - reconstruction of the cinema "Velikan" in Gorky Park, Dealer Center for "Audi" and "Mercedes-Benz" at ZIL, etc.
"For me, the most important thing in the work is the opportunity to solve complex project tasks, applying my knowledge and experience in practice, to see the development and to participate in the implementation of the company's projects. It's not just a job, it's a way of life."
Has been in Kleinewelt Architekten from it's very foundation. Studied under the best professors of the Moscow Architectural Institute - Andrei Nekrasov and Alexander Tsybaykin. The graduation project was carried out under the direction of Vladimir Plotkin.
Works on the most iconic objects. The main of those are the archaeological museum complex in Mitino, the parks Khodynskoe Pole and Mitino, pavilions at VDNKh, the house in Plotnikov Lane, the concept of the Moscow Museum.
"Every project for me is life, the present moment. While I am working on the project - it is a part of me, mine to the last drop. When the project ends, you need to look for strength for new creativity, new work. This requires travel, research, constant reading. There is this always refilling luggage of knowledge that I want to share. And it finds its embodiment in the next project. I like creating environments and spaces, making people wonder, waking up incredible emotions with architecture."
Graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute in 2009. One of the first employees of the bureau, joined Kleinewelt Architekten more than three years ago. The first projects completed at the bureau were the reconstruction of the kitchen factory in Novokuznetsk and the winery Guy-Kodzor. Designed the building at the ZIL and the historical cinema "Velikan" in Gorky Park.
"I do long, big projects that can last for years. The most difficult thing is to find patience and to make yourself re-love the project you've been working on for a long time. Small implementations help distracting from routine. For example, pavilions, which you can think of during the night and draw in two days. One of such projects is the reconstruction of the complex of pavilions and the stage-pavilion at the Patriarshy Ponds."
Joined Kleinewelt Architekten immediately after graduating from the Moscow Architectural Institute: worked as an architect's assistant designing a business center in Novokuznetsk. In the personal rating of Oksana's favorite projects are the winery Gai-Kodzor, Yakimanka and Landscape Park Mitino.
"I was connected to the design of the winery at the stage of conceptual things. I like it very much. It is as simple, as difficult it was to make it. It was like a rebus: it was necessary to build all the communications in the bare concrete so that It all looked easy and elegant. Designing Yakimanka was the opportunity to organize a pedestrian space so that the street could take on a new look. Well, and as for Mitino Park and what we will do there - it's really a very big event. The format of a district park, which will be so comfortable that you will not want to leave anywhere from it."
Oksana's architectural dream is to build a hospital or a medical clinic: "It seems to me that this is a completely different world: there are so many technological requirements that need to be fulfilled, like in a huge puzzle that needs to be completed and at the same time you have to give it an exquisite shape."
Graduated from the State University for Land Management. Has been working in the bureau for about two years. Worked on the projects of the complex renovation of the Mitino Park, the Khodynskoye Pole Park, the reconstruction of the Velikan Cinema in Gorky Park, the renovation of the streets: Novodevichya embankment, Bolshaya Polyanka, Bolshaya Yakimanka, Frunzenskaya embankment, Khamovnicheskiy Val and others.
"The best thing in the job is to see the result when the architect's idea is embodied in life, through our participation, among other things."
Graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute in 2009, studied under Professor Michael Eichner.
The first project in the bureau is the "Medvezhonok" building in Gorky Park. Was engaged in the project of renovation of buildings on the Sophiyskaya embankment. At the end of the XIX century, they were used as industrial structures, then they were turned into a warehouse, and in Soviet times there were administrative premises. The functions of the complex was completely reinvented, the project assumes an adaptation with preservation of the historical authenticity of the complex.
"The most interesting thing in the work of the architect is the embodiment. When a project from paper goes into real space. If the designed object is not only beautiful, but brings benefits to others, if it is convenient and in demand – then it is a success for the architect."
Has been in the team of the bureau for more than two years, graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute. Was engaged in a number of projects - from pavilions and streets to parks and reconstruction of the tower for the museum of Russian emigration. The signature project, which is currently in development - a dealer auto center at the ZIL.
"In addition to the fact that this is a reconstruction of a building, you need to study the place, gather analytical data about it. In addition, it is a complex technological system. We, the two architect girls who are working on the project, are immersed in absolutely no women's business. We learned how the cars are assembled, given out to the customer, and tried to fit all this into a very small, compact building. When this project is made, it will not only be a landmark event in the life of the bureau, but also in the life of the city."
Graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute, studied urban planning and architecture at the University of La Sapienza in Rome. Has been in the Bureau since February 2015. Leads the projects of the winery in Gay-Kodzor near Anapa and the park at Khodynskoye Pole. In the portfolio there is also the project of the Landscape Park "Mitino", a complex of apartments on the Leningradsky Prospect, an office on the Trekhgornaya Manufactory.
"I joined the winery project when the construction was already underway, and the customer decided to remake the concrete structures to the metal ones. Right during the construction process, I had to redo the working drawings - it was both difficult and interesting at the same time. But, when we came to inspect the construction site, I even had goose bumps. Everything is very airy, bigger and more grandiose than I thought, and the result is already visible.
In our bureau every person is involved in the whole process - from creating a concept to traveling to a construction site that means not only in the architectural part but also in engineering, allied subjects - it is necessary to plunge into everything, it is not easy, but it gives an opportunity for development."
In 2012 graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute. Has been at the bureau for about two years. Was engaged in the project of reconstruction of the boutique hotel "Budapest", projects within the program "My Street" (Big Yakimanka and Bolshaya Polyanka), winery Guy-Kodzor near Anapa, projects of Landscape Park "Mitino", Petrovsky Park, apartment complex in the center of Moscow and other.
"The work inspires me with the variety and complexity of the tasks that are set, and the many subjects bordering design that are involved."
Has been working at the bureau for more than a year. Engaged in competitive projects and city parks. One of the landmark projects is the project of the pavilions in Taganskiy children's park: a multifunctional pavilion with a linear plan, which is cut into functional cubes that are used as a lecture hall, a cafe, a rental office, a mother and child room, and a spacious deck-terrace for events; two-level Children's Center; Pavilion-stage for events; Pavilion at the entrance - weightless, cubic.
"The most important thing in the profession is, strangely enough, not the result or its implementation, but the discovery and observation of the internal mechanisms of architecture, so a building for me is a phenomenon more ideological. And, by the way, I'm not even sure that the term "profession" is appropriate in my case: rather, it's a way of life, even predestination, the best of the possible ones."
Graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute. Participated in work on projects since the company was founded, and this year came to the office to work on a permanent basis.
Among the landmark projects are the reconstruction of the former kitchen factory on Novokuznetskaya Street, the concept of the development of the shopping and entertainment complex at Zhitnaya, 4 / Polyanka, 62, and the Dealer Center for Audi and Mercedes-Benz at the ZIL.
"For me, the most interesting and at the same time difficult part of work is preservation of the original idea, the concept of the project and its fundamental decisions through all subsequent stages. It is very important to maintain a balance between technology, regulations, customer wishes on the one hand and the aesthetics of the project on the other. But at the same time, this is a very fascinating process, because it is this everyday solution of these micro-tasks that ultimately creates the final product - a building that will be a worthy object in the city."
Закончила МАРХИ в 2014 году, защищала диплом на тему «Дом дворов, жилой квартал» в группе Б.А. Шабунина. Бакалавр 2012, преподаватель – Е.В. Асс «Жилой квартал».
В бюро с 2015 года, занималась проектированием ландшафтного парка «Митино», парка «Чапаевский», конным центром в Нескучном саду, нескольких жилых кварталов и жилого дома на Сивцевом Вражке, концепцией парка «Пойма реки Битца», перепланировкой квартир и др.
«Когда я училась в МАРХИ, часто заходила в бюро и наблюдала за его работой. Я видела, в каком напряженном графике все работают и как много нужно знать и уметь архитектору. Но мне было очень приятно видеть, как все целиком погружаются в общее дело, столько заинтересованных людей, это очень вдохновляло!
В последние недели перед дипломом я ночами сидела в бюро, и всегда получала помощь и поддержку будущих коллег, которые потом всем составом пришли на защиту.
Тогда наш офис занимал одну комнату, и огромные окна выходили на железную дорогу. Время можно было проверять по электричкам. Они шли на юг, в лето, подальше от Москвы, но ты не особенно об этом тогда думал, развешивая белье на разрезах и рисуя домики Карлсона на крышах.
После диплома у меня была мечта переехать в Петербург, и работу я искала там. Но всё–таки решив, что не смогу быть там одна, вернулась в Москву и через какое–то время, осенью 2015 года начала работать в Kleinewelt Architekten.
За время работы в бюро я принимала участие в проектировании парка «Митино», что заняло около года, в развитии нескольких жилых кварталов и жилого дома на Сивцевом Вражке. Работала над концепциями парка «Пойма реки Битца», конюшни в Нескучном саду и другими.
Самое важное и интересное для меня – придумать какую–то историю, сказку, или если хотите – «концепцию» для проекта, на которую бы потом все нанизывалась как на канву. Самое сложное – работать без идеи. Для этого еще очень важно не терять связь с «не архитектурным» миром, обсуждать дома и с друзьями свои проекты, так как очень часто бывает, что ты настолько погружаешься в проект, что не видишь очевидного и наоборот. Очень интересно было, например, проводить опрос среди друзей и знакомых, как они видят свою идеальную квартиру. Открываются такие неожиданные вещи!
Одна из самых интересных и непредсказуемых составляющих нашей работы в бюро – это работа в команде. На каждом проекте совершенно разный подход, разные люди, со своим часто уже полностью сформировавшимся видением и они как драгоценные камни, которые не блестят, если не захочешь, а если захочешь – пустят в свой огромный невероятный мир и замерцают всеми цветами радуги».
Graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute, has been working for more than a year. Engaged in competitive projects, parks, and now - a new project at VDNKh. The architecture for Mari is a multifaceted and boundless sphere, which makes it possible to think both as a designer and as an artist, while working through the philosophy and ideology of the designed buildings at the same time.
"My architectural dream is to find new ways of making theory and practice contact each other, to bypass this architectural conflict, based on the fact that these are two lines that do not cross at all. Big personalities, architects, have always proved the opposite, and I would like to continue moving in this direction."
In 2014 graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute. In the office since December 2016. Took part in the development of the project of a complex of apartments in the north of Moscow, the Landscape park "Mitino", the Dealer Center for Audi and Mercedes-Benz on ZIL.
"The work of an architect as a whole is a huge world, this is a part of you, your way of life, you do not exist separately from your profession, the environment is perceived differently (the city where you live, streets, buildings, people). It is interesting when different projects and their different stages require knowledge in various fields.
The most difficult thing is to catch this invisible connection with what you will be working on, only then it will be interesting and the work won't be perceived as some kind of difficulty."
Graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute. Has been in the office for already about a year. One of the most significant projects is the Dealer Center for Audi and Mercedes-Benz on the ZIL.
"The profession of the architect is incredibly interesting, but it requires great devotion. When I came to Kleinewelt Architekten, I took part in the design and construction of a large-scale project. This is a huge experience that will come in handy in the future. The most difficult thing is to take into account a lot of nuances, to find solutions that will satisfy the entire team from both the technical and the aesthetic aspects. But this is also the most interesting."
Graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute. More than a year in the bureau. Worked on the improvement of the Levoberezhny Park, the concept of the reorganization of the conservatory in the Moscow Zoo, the contest project of the interiors of the pavilions in the Zaryadye Park. Now is working on a new big project at VDNKh.
Salome's professional dream is to create a social project for children from troubled families, as well as a charitable clinic where cancer patients could be treated for free in good conditions, and the architecture of the clinic would help them to recover. "I would also like to design a health complex in Georgia. There's a crazy nature there and all the conditions that are required for it, and I will definitely fulfill this dream."
Rusakov Yevgeny Olegovich graduated from the Moscow State Automobile and Road Technical University (MADI).
Worked on the design of streets: Bolshaya Yakimanka, Serafimovicha, Bolshaya Poljanka, Kadashevsky lanes, Bolotnaya, Balchug, Luzhnetskaya embankments, Luzhniki.
"It is necessary to approach the design in Moscow very seriously and responsibly, it is necessary to take into account the wishes of the inhabitants of the metropolis first of all, as well as its guests from different countries, to fulfill all the requirements of the customer, to supervise the construction of the facilities.
Accomplishment is a huge contribution to the development of the city, including the renovation and expansion of pedestrian areas, the renovation of sidewalks, facades and lighting, the creation of bicycle paths, the planting of trees, the arrangement of small architectural forms.
The most pleasant thing in my profession is that in the beginning you see the creation of projects on computer monitors, presentations, drawings, you follow construction, and then you walk with your family and close people along the comfortable and renovated streets of Moscow."
Graduated from MADI, continues his post-graduate studies.
Worked on designing streets: Bolshaya Yakimanka, Serafimovicha, Bolshaya Polyanka, Kadashevsky Lane, Balchug, Luzhnetskaya Embankment.
"The most difficult thing is to do a project that will suit everyone: the customer, the city authorities and the local residents. The most interesting thing to do is to work on projects in Moscow, because everything that we design and build is realized before our eyes. Out of the latest projects I like Serafimovicha and Bolshaya Yakimanka Streets most of all. They turned out very well thought out, we made our park, square, and this will please the townspeople. Previously, there was just asphalt, but now you can walk in comfort."
Graduated from the Strategic Management Department of the Open Business Administration Institute in the United States (Master of business administration), the Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, and the Institute of Engineering and Ecological Construction and Mechanization.
He worked on the project of the cinema "Velikan" and the sports center in Gorky Park, as well as on projects within the "My Street" program (Balchug Street, Bolotnaya Embankment).
"Interesting is the level of objects and customers. Complicated - their number."
Graduated from Moscow State Industrial University with a degree in Accounting, Analysis and Audit.
Has been at the bureau since the company's creation as a specialist of an outsourcing company, and since 2015 - as a staff member.
During his work in the office, he indirectly (within the framework of his official competence) participated in all projects at various stages - interaction with banks for processing bank guarantees for competitions and enforcement of contracts, an analysis of the profitability of projects, and their economic and legal assessment.
"The most interesting and at the same time difficult in the work is to combine materialism and proper rigor of accompanying the company's business processes with the creative atmosphere of architectural activity"