“Development drivers of contemporary city”

The thesis project “Potential Models for Neglected Spaces” of Anna Sazonova, a student of group BAR 14-01 (baccalaureate), which I was co-curationing with Aznabaeva Leisan (Department of Architecture, ACE USPTU) took 2nd place in IV Russian Festival “Development drivers of contemporary city 2019” (Дом на Брестской - “Драйверы развития современного города 2019”) in Nomination “Urban Design” -
http://dom6.ru/pobediteli-drajvery2019/laureaty-i-ii-iii-premii-drajvery2019

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Anna Sazonova, Department of Architecture, ACE USPTU Thesis Defense

Anna Sazonova, Department of Architecture, ACE USPTU
Thesis Defense

Left to write: Anastasiia Gerasimova, Anna Sazonova, Leisan Aznabaeva, Svetlana Baimuratova Department of Architecture, ACE USPTU

Left to write:
Anastasiia Gerasimova, Anna Sazonova, Leisan Aznabaeva, Svetlana Baimuratova
Department of Architecture, ACE USPTU

Editing for "PILA"

I was invited to be an editor of “ПИЛА” - an on-line architectural platform - for two weeks, during which I had an interesting on-line debate with Elena Mazina, the graduate from Strelka Institute, called “Garages and Banyas: the important typologies”.

https://www.facebook.com/pilasocialmedia/
https://vk.com/pilasocialmedia
https://t.me/pilasocialmedia

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Pop-up Exhibition at Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam

The pop-up exhibition at HNI in Rotterdam by two alumni of The Berlage Institute: My Banya Your Banya: From Reality To Myth by Anastasiia Gerasimova and A Clinical Corpus: The Most Immaculate of Intentions by Piergianna Mazzocca.

The works are presented in relation to the exhibition Space Embodied. Both projects assembled an archaeology of an architectural type where the treatment of the body by medical or hygienic rituals is performed.

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Anastasiia and Piergianna with  Max Risselada

Anastasiia and Piergianna with Max Risselada

Scenes from the Good Life. The Berlage, Generation XXV

Publication of the book: Frausto, Salomon, ed. Scenes from the Good Life. Berlage Center for Advanced Studies in Architecture and Urban Design, 2016.
http://www.theberlage.nl/galleries/publications/details/17560

The Berlage symposium “Scenes from the Good Life”, which consists of the three scenes: the tragedy of the project, the satire of the type, and the comedy of representation. January 28, 2016.   http://www.theberlage.nl/galleries/videos/watch/2016_01_28_scenes_of_the_good_life

The Berlage symposium “Scenes from the Good Life”, which consists of the three scenes: the tragedy of the project, the satire of the type, and the comedy of representation. January 28, 2016.

http://www.theberlage.nl/galleries/videos/watch/2016_01_28_scenes_of_the_good_life

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Parallel to the “Scenes from the Good Life” public event, an exhibition of the work was on view from January 26 to February 8, 2016, in the BK Expo of the TU Delft’s Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment.

Parallel to the “Scenes from the Good Life” public event, an exhibition of the work was on view from January 26 to February 8, 2016, in the BK Expo of the TU Delft’s Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment.

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