Professor, Moscow Institute of Architecture.
Candidate of sciences in architecture, full member of the International Academy of Architecture, full member of the National Academy of Design, Advisor of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Building Sciences, honorary member of the Russian Academy of Arts, member of the Union of Moscow Architects, President of the Russian Committee of IARPS, member of the Advisory Council of the Barcelona Institute of Architecture (Spain).
Graduate of Moscow Institute of Architecture. Professor of Moscow Institute of Architecture (2020). Founder, producer, and editor-in-chief of YouTube OpenArch, dedicated to architecture and urban development (2018). Director of the Shchusev State Museum of Architecture from 2010 to 2017. Director of the Centre for Contemporary Architecture from 2000 to 2010; author and host of TV program "Architectural Gallery" (1998—2004). Author of several TV films: "Architect Ivan Leonidov", a series of eight films entitled "Projections of the Avant-garde", a series of four films entitled "City of a Woman", a series of four films entitled "Dutch Shores", a series of four films entitled "The Architect’s House" (2019—2020), a film entitled "The Arch Museum" (2016), and many others. Curator of the exhibition "City of the Sun" (9th Architecture Biennale in Venice, Italian Pavilion, 2004), curator of the ArChess video project for the Russian Pavilion, (11th Architecture Biennale in Venice, 2008), curator of the "Museum—New Space" program (2014—2016), lecture program "Contemporary City" (since 2005), curator of the permanent exhibition of Shchusev State Museum "Great Projects of Russia" (2014—2016), author of publications: #MUSEUM. Designing the Future (Kuchkovo Pole, 2017), Ivan leonidov 1902–1959 (Electa, Mondodori, 2009), New Moscow 4 (Mendrisio Academia, 2007), Guide to the Architecture of Moscow and the Moscow Region 1987—2007 (Ulei, 2007), multimedia collections "Ivan Leonidov", "New Moscow 4", etc. Author of numerous works on the problems of architecture and urban planning in various publications, both professional and intended for the general public.