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—15.06.2020
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—28.05.2020
Interview with Alexandra Razina, head of small creative projects at Blank Architects

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—25.05.2020
Blank Architects made the unique lobby interior for "Metropolia 2"

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—20.05.2020
Stolitsa shopping center is now open in Moscow

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—15.05.2020
Small Creative Design — meet the new department in Blank Architects

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—19.03.2020
Zarya shopping center on Bolshaya Semyonovskaya street in Moscow has opened

Zarya shopping center on Bolshaya Semyonovskaya street in Moscow has opened with interiors designed by Blank Architects.

—07.05.2020
5 trends that will change urban spaces after the pandemic

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—24.04.2020
Our interior project on ArchDaily

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—20.04.2020
Special for Vedomosti

How to create a shopping center that would be comfortable and safe even during the pandemic?

—14.04.2020
Tomorrow will come today

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—02.04.2020
We are shortlisted!

Our project of the Russian pavilion for the Venice Biennale was included in the TOP 10 finalists of the competition organized by the pavilion.

—31.03.2020
Magda Cichon, Blank Architects — About New Working Conditions and distance work organization

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—24.03.2020
Moscow Architecture Prize 2020

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—17.03.2020
Nebo shopping center

Nebo shopping center in Moscow, Solntsevo, will be build to the Blank Architects project

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Name
Location
Program
Status
Scale
Year
Redevelopment. Instruction — Arch Moscow
Moscow, Russia
Program: Culture, Interiors
Status: Completed
Scale: 100-1 000 sqm
Year: 2018

—16.05.2018
Redevelopment. Instruction — Arch Moscow

The instruction is an architectural installation, made by Blank Architects for XIII INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN ARCH MOSCOW and 6 MOSCOW BIENNALE ARCHITECTURE 2018.

This special project was made by BA partner Lukasz Kaczmarczyk and leading architects Tatiana Leontieva and Alexandra Razina in collaboration with Simplex Noise.

Redevelopment — Instruction

3 m x 3 m
9 milk bottles

1 - Redevelopment develops new connections in the city.
2 - Redevelopment reveals internal potential of the place.
3 - Redevelopment brings innovation and new technologies.
4 - Redevelopment changes the obsolete function to a new one in a simple ways.
5 - Redevelopment revives the urban texture and supports her growth.
6 - Redevelopment respects place and save its history.
7 - Development increases commercial opportunities and investment attractiveness.
8 - Redevelopment increases the density and improves ergonomics.

We formed set of principles applicable to qualitative redevelopment, in the context of architecture and development of a big city. The use of principles is illustrated in example of one object, deformed in different ways.
A milk bottle represents recycling and symbolizes the Soviet past and architecture
of that time, the overwhelming part of which requires special attention and improvements in our day by help of redevelpment.

Team
 

Lukasz Kaczmarczyk
partner

Alexandra Razina
leading architect

Tatiana Leontieva
leading architect