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Round table: From the Idea to Implementation: How to Deliver Your Project

Moscow City Architecture Committee, Moscow Council on Architecture

March 14, 2019

16:30 - 18:00

Conference Hall G

Free admission

Registration required

Organizers: Moscow City Architecture Committee, Moscow Council on Architecture

Moderator: Elena Petukhova – Special Projects Manager, Architectural Critic, Curator of Competitions, Exhibitions, Cultural and Educational Projects.

Well-known architects, winners and nominees of the Architectural Award of Moscow and various professional competitions will discuss how to increase the chances of delivering a project as closely as possible to the plan.

Round table “From the Idea to Implementation: How to Deliver Your Project” will be held within the Moscow Prize in the field of architecture and urban planning.

“In fact, this building should have looked a little different,” such a phrase is often heard from architects. The issue of project concept realization, bringing it from idea to implementation is always relevant. Some projects make their authors feel proud, while they turn their backs on others. The goal of the Moscow City Prize in the field of architecture and urban planning (until 2017 – the Moscow Council on Architecture Prize) is to select the best projects that have received certificates on architectural and urban planning solution (AGR) issued and approved over the past year. Prize winning may contribute to the implementation of architectural projects in accordance with the design of the architect. Some of the award-winning projects have already been completed, which gives us a reason to talk about how to implement your project.

Known architects, winners and nominees of the Architectural Moscow City Prize (until 2017 – the Moscow Council on Architecture Prize) and various architectural competitions will discuss how to increase the chances of implementing the project as closely as possible to the plan. Their experience in working with different projects and interaction with different customers can be valuable and interesting for all process participants.

The focus of the round table:

  • Between fantasy and reality: what to include and what not to include in your project?
  • How to find mutual understanding with customers, contractors, executive authorities?
  • What compromises can be made for the purpose of project implementation?

Participants:

Yuliy Borisov

Yuliy Borisov

Head of UNK project

Julia Burdova and Olga Aleksakova

Julia Burdova and Olga Aleksakova

Co-Founders and Partners of Buromoscow

Eric Valeev

Eric Valeev

Founder and Chief Architect of the IQ Architectural Bureau

Anton Nadtochy and Vera Butko

Anton Nadtochy and Vera Butko

ATRIUM

Sergey Glubokin

Sergey Glubokin

Deputy Head of the Architectural Council Department of the Committee for Architecture and Urban Planning of Moscow

Sergey Senkevich

Sergey Senkevich

Head of the Architectural Studio of the APECS Design Bureau

Elena Petukhova

Elena Petukhova

Special Projects Manager, Architectural Critic, Curator of Competitions, Exhibitions, Cultural and Educational Projects

The Moscow Prize in Architecture and Urban Planning was established in 2017 with the support of Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin. The prize is awarded for the development of the most expressive, original, high-quality architectural and town-planning solutions of capital construction projects for creating a comfortable urban environment and contributes to the future development of the construction industry in Moscow.

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