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May 23—June 7, 2012

Biennale Theme: Identity

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05.18.2012

Discussion on the role of Russian architects in the world context

Is it possible to do architecture in Russia today? Who takes part in this process and why are Russian architects not involved in world-wide architectural discourse? Is it possible for Moscow to become the centre of the world architectural discourse? ...

05.18.2012

Programme of master classes on light in architecture

The light design in architecture should be aesthetic, functional and energy-efficient. For the first time over recent years at ARH Moscow exhibition not only the section LIGHT IN ARCHITECTURE is substantially presented ...

05.15.2012

Set of lectures «Moscow – the city for people»

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Set of lectures «Moscow – the city for people»
Эдвард Улир Edward Uhlir (Chicago, USA)
Executive Director of Millenium Park Inсorporated, who started and managed the whole process of design and construction of Millenium park in Chicago, which includes world famous open concert hall by Frank Gehry, «blob» by Anish Kapur, and complex covering of railroad station. Uhlir is a Secretary of City Parks Alliance, a national organization that advocates urban park.


Мартин Стокли Martin Stockley (London, United Kingdom)
Well-known British engineer, who specializes in complex urban infrastructural projects. He is a founder of own bureau Stockley, whose motto is Thinking Space. He is an active participant of CABE, which consults London administration in questions of public spaces. He is on advisory board for development of several cities, including York and Bath.


Оливер Шульце Oliver Schulze (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Director of the Gehl Studio in Copenhagan. The urban research and design consultancy focuses on the relationship between the built environment and people’s quality of life. Recent projects include the refurbishment of streets in San Francisco and Los Angeles; the design of pilot projects for public spaces in Oman; and the award-winning design of New Road in Brighton, one of the few shared-surface, multi-modal, non-residential streets in the United Kingdom.
Федерико Паролотто Federico Parolotto (Milan, Italy)
Co-founder of Mobility in Chain (MIC). He has been involved in numerous major urban planning projects, where he was exploring and designing mobility schemes. He collaborated with Foster + Partners on the new “zero-carbon city” of Masdar, and on the winning entry in an international competition for a new city near Seoul. He has worked with OMA, UNstudio, KPF and other renowned studios.
Хельмут Мейер Helmut Meyer (Stuttgart, Germany)
Partner at Transsolar, a climate engineering firm, which works with all levels of built environment. Meyer realized a lot of sustainable urban planning and architectural projects, also in collaboration with Behnisch Architekten, Foster + Partners, Gehry Partners, Steven Holl Architects and other renowned studios.




Эверт Верхаген Evert Verhagen (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Founder of Creative Cities, which specialize in design and realization of project of public spaces and parks. He was the project manager for such significant projects as Westergasfabriek и Noorderpark in Amsterdam (with West 8), rehabilitation of old railroad territories Hofbogen BV in Rotterdam.


Даглас Блонски Douglas Blonsky (New York, USA)
President of Central Park Conservancy and Central Park Administrator, who manages one of the most successful public spaces in the world, which visit more than 40 million people a year. Blonky’s responsibility is all activities in management, fundraising, development, restoration, general contracting and management of 340 ha of the park’s territory.
Daniel Dendra Daniel Dendra (Berlin, Germany)
Founder of anOtherArchitect Berlin, which specializes in sustainable solutions and collaborative participation processes. His competition entry for a new park on the 300 ha territory of the former airport Berlin - Templehof was second in an international competition. He is also a co-founder of FutureCityLab – an international research laboratory, which explores a sustainable future of our cities.

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