Nikolay Pereslegin

Architect, partner and founder of the Kleinewelt Architekten architectural bureau, PhD in Architecture, Professor at Moscow Architectural Institute

Graduated from the Moscow Institute of Architecture (MARCHI) in 2008, studied with professors Andrei Nekrasov and Alexander Tsybaikin, Yuri Grigoryan and Alexandra Pavlova

In 2015, defended his PhD thesis at the Moscow Architectural Institute on " History of Formation and Development of Moscow Architectural Heritage Protection Bodies in the Context of their Interaction with Society in the Soviet Period (1917-1991)", thesis supervisor - Academician Dmitry Shvidkovsky

Winner of the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2004, all-Russian and international architectural competitions, laureate of the Prize of the President of the Russian Federation - for his contribution to the development of domestic architecture and the preservation of cultural heritage, Professor at the International Academy of Architecture (MAAM), Member of the Union of Architects of Russia, Member of the All-Russian Society for the Protection of Historical Monuments and Culture (VOOPIiK)

Teacher at the Moscow Architectural Institute, the Department of Residential and Public Buildings

In 2012, together with partners Sergey Pereslegin and Georgy Trofimov, founded the Kleinewelt Architekten architectural bureau