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.
On November 29 in Petersburg, decisions were announced by ‘PlatForm’, the open young architects’ competition for the project of a public transportation station on the territory of “Colourful City”, a residential complex being built by the LSP Group in the Krasnogvardeisky neighbourhood of St. Petersburg. The competition was organised by the LSP Group and Project Baltia magazine. The meeting of the jury, as well as the press conference, took place at the exhibition of the short list of the competition at Alexandrinsky Theatre’s New Stage from November 22nd to November 30th.
Project Baltia magazine and LSR Group announce an open competition for young architects and designers for a design for a public-transport stop in the Tsvetnoy Gorod residential complex (Krasnogvardeysky district, St Petersburg).
In St Petersburg the participants of the ‘Transforming the grey belt’ invited international competition were shortlisted
The Committee for Urban Planning and Architecture of St. Petersburg holds the international architectural and planning competition focusing on the Concept of transformation of the Southern part of the territory of a historical industrial/residential territory, so called «gray belt» of St. Petersburg.
Project Baltia magazine together with LSR. Real Estate – North-West organizes a competition for a concept of the landscape design and improvement of part of the bank of the River Okhta abutting the Novaya Okhta development, St.Petersburg. The competition is held within the frame of AlterSPb project in the Youth Educational Center of State Hermitage Museum.
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.