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

Blank Architects made the unique lobby interior for each of the five towers of the residential complex Metropolia (stage 2) by developer MR Group.

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Stolitsa shopping center is now open in Moscow: the interiors of the local shopping complex were designed by Blank Architects.

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Blank Architects announces the new department of Small Creative Design with Alexandra Razina as Head.

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Magda Kmita, partner in Blank Architects, shared her forecast for future architectural changes specifically for Buro 24/7:

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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.

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The new working conditions require high flexibility in decision-making and flexibility for architects.

Moscow Architecture Prize 2020

Two projects of Blank Architects were nominated for the Moscow Architecture Prize 2020.

Status development
Russian Pavilion - Venice Biennale of Architecture
Venice, Italy
Program: Landscape, Culture, Interiors
Status: Ongoing
Scale: 1 000-5 000 sqm
Year: 2020

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