News

—10.10.2018
Tatlin

Reconstruction of stations: an architect's view.

—08.10.2018
ZIL

ZIL - Conference, Hotel, Offices and Retail Complex hotel

—30.09.2018
TI Aviapark

Trend Island department store in Aviapark

—24.09.2018
Research

Researches in Blank Architects in progress.

—21.09.2018
Education

4 architects from Blank Architects studied 4 different summer programs in New York , London and Milan.

—20.09.2018
Cconference PROESTATE 2018

Yury Zhogolev - speaker of Blank Architects at the conference PROESTATE 2018 Russia.

—20.08.2018
The latest articles

Lukasz Kaczmarczyk about responsible architecture.
Alexandra Razina and Tatiana Leontieva about education programs abroad.

—25.08.2018
ArchSpeech Internship

How Blank Architects interns develop a new typology of housing.

—25.07.2018
Railway stations

The station is for everyone. How sports creates new centers of urban life.

fabrika-stanislavskogo_facad_-2.jpg
Name
Location
Program
Status development
Scale
Year
Stanislavsky Factory – Offices
Moscow, Russia
Program: Office
Status: Completed
Scale: 10 000-50 000 sqm
Year: 2012

—17.12.2012
Stanislavsky Factory – Offices

Concept by John McAslan + Partners Casson Mann.

This formerly old building is located in the center of Moscow, near Sadovoe Kaltsoas, and makes up part of an office complex. It was fully refurbished and adapted into a theater as a tribute to a great artist.

"Fabrika Stanislavskogo" – Quality and Details

Gross area 15 395 m2

brick
traditional
restoration
heritage
arts

This required the highest attention to be paid to the details, the quality of materials and work supervision. We prepared the architecture, structure, engineering systems and executive design, and guided it’s completion.

We were able to achieve a high quality and high tech result while simultaneously respecting the building’s traditional background as well as the thespian arts.

Team
 

Szymon Matkowski
partner

Magda Cichon
partner

Awards

2011

  • WINNER - The Royal Institute of British Architects competition, RIBA