Nikita Yaveyn

Head of Studio 44, Architectural bureau Studio 44 LLC.
Laureate of the RF State Prize in literature and art (1998) and of the Prize of the Russian Federation Government in the field of culture (2015); Laureate of World Architecture Festival (WAF) 2015 in two nominations: Schools — Completed Buildings and Masterplanning — Future Projects; Full member of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences; A member of the St. Petersburg Urban Planning Council.

Nikita was born on August 4, 1954 in Leningrad in the family of I. G. Yaveyn, a constructivist architect. In 1977 graduated from the faculty of architecture of Leningrad Institute of Civil Engineering, from 1977 to 1992 worked in the governmental design institutes. In 1992 founded a personal art studio.

From 1994 to 2003: the chairman of the Committee on State Control, Use and Protection of Monuments of Saint Petersburg. Since 2003: the head of the Studio 44 architectural bureau.

Professor of St. Petersburg Academy of Arts. The author (with co-authors) of more than 100 projects, of which the third part was implemented. Major buildings: Ladozhsky Rail Terminal (2003); business centers: Atrium on Nevsky, 25 (1997), Nevsky 38 (2004), Linkor (2009); Sberbank on 5, Furshtatskaya Street (1998); New Peterhof hotel (2010); Schoolchildren Art Center in Astana, Kazakhstan (2011); Boris Eifman Dance Academy (2012); Olympic Park rail terminal in Sochi (2013); museum complex of the State Hermitage Museum in the Central Staff building (2014); Kazakh National Academy of Choreography in Astana (2016), country campus of the Graduate School of Management of SPbSU in Peterhof (2017), Russian Railways Museum (2017), etc.

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Panel Discussion