Architecture of a country houses

The comfortable architecture of a country houses is based primarily on the contact with nature: it is important that a person, having traveled a long way from the city, does not get to another "city", but finds himself in a natural environment.

Transformation of the offices

"The office for the employee becomes a place where he wants to go, not just needs to be." Magda Kmita, partner at Blank Architects, told CRE magazine about the changes taking place in modern offices, where work is now not a necessity, but an opportunity.

New interview

Founding partner of Blank Architects Magda Cichon for Pro Rus magazine.

Looking for architects

We are looking for a creative, sociable professional for the position of architect!

Maxi Mall Kazahstan- work in progress

The interiors of the shopping center are already on progress: take a look inside with us.

Blank Architects project was shortlisted in the Moscow Architecture Award 2021

Moskomarchitektura has announced the shortlist of nominees for the Moscow Architecture Prize, a prestigious award that annually evaluates the best new projects in implementation.

We are hiring: Visualizer with fluent English

We invite a visualizer to the Blank Architects team to work on the visualization of interior and exterior projects.

Blank 360: new 3D-visualization product by Blank Architects

Explore architecture and design on the screen of a laptop or smartphone. Blank Architects has launched a new product Blank 360: we implement VR static tours for interior projects.

Residential complex in Lefortovo

Blank Architects created an architecture for a new residential complex of the developer "Argo" in the Lefortovo district.

New business center Geolog

Blank Architects creates an architectural concept, interior and landscape design for the mixed-use business center Geolog

Russian Pavilion - Venice Biennale of Architecture
Venice, Italy
Program: Landscape, Culture, Interiors
Status: Completed
Scale: 1 000-5 000 sqm

Russian Pavilion - Venice Biennale of Architecture

We would like to emphasize the fact that Russian pavilion is located in the specific context of Venice. How does it
interact with the city? Apart from serving biennale’s crowd can it serve Venetians on the daily basis opening
Russia for them? What it means to showcase art? Should people pay for seeing masterpieces? Can
nonprofessionals understand architecture and the bigger ideas behind it?
We want to Open! the new way of seeing and new cooperation method that would be manifested in physical
building as result and will leave life changing, long lasting experience in anybody involved.


Lukasz Kaczmarczyk

Magda Kmita

Alexandra Razina

Alena Panfilova-Korsakova

Georgiy Gulasaryan