February 27-March 7 Project Baltia magazine with the support of General Consulate of Finland in Saint Petersburg, Committee on Urban Planning and Architecture of Saint Petersburg and Finnish Institute of Saint Petersburg organizes WOODBLOCK workshop for students and young architects. Wood city block projects are going to be elaborated during the workshop under the direction of the Finnish architect Pekka Helin.
Riga | 11.03.2016
From March 18 till May 13 Project Baltia magazine demonstrates the exhibition AlterSPB: City of Public Spaces in the Latvian Museum of Architecture (Riga).
Saint Petersburg | 11.11.2015
From 12th till 13th of November Project Baltia Magazine together with the Consulate General of Finland in St. Petersburg and The Association of Finnish Architects’ Offices holds Finnish Architecture Days. The traveling exhibition of leading studios of Suomi country will be accompanied by lectures and discussions with their colleagues from St. Petersburg and Finnish developers. The general partner of the Festival is «YIT St. Petersburg» company. Finnish Architecture Days are supported by Paroc and Sokos Hotels.
Project Baltia will devote a presentation at the Tallinn Architecture Biennale 2015 to Vladimir Shukhov
Tallin | 16.09.2015
Within the public program of TAB 2015 on September 19th Project Baltia will hold a screening of Inspired by Shukhov as well as a lecture by Anton Smirnov devoted to actualizing the heritage of the Russian engineer and inventor.
Saint-Petersburg | 03.03.2015
The V Biennale Architecture of St. Petersburg will be held in the Museum of Ethnography from 14th till 20th of April. The festival is organized by the Association of Architecture Workshops. Project Baltia magazine this year is in charge of the lecturing program of the biennale.
We look for visionary proposals working at the intersection of architecture, computation and biology to re-define the Paljassaare Peninsula as a new urban prototype for the city of Tallinn.
The programme for November 30th, the last day of the exhibition for Platforma, the competition organized by Project Baltia, LSR Group, and the New Stage of the Aleksandrinsky Theatre, featured lectures by members of the competition jury. The speakers were architects Jeroen Schipper (Rotterdam), Kimmo Lintula (Helsinki), Ruben Arkelyan (Moscow), and Maurice Nio (Rotterdam). Project Baltia’s correspondent managed to talk to Maurice Nio, an architect who is often called architecture’s artist and poet.