Saint-Petersburg | 06.12.2016
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.
Saint-Petersburg | 19.10.2016
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
Saint Petersburg | 06.05.2016
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.
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 | 31.01.2016
The interviews with participants in the Days of Finnish Architecture in St Petersburg festival are published in the new (26th) issue of Project Baltia. Initially, we planned to have five guest speakers from Finland, but Kimmo Lintula of K2S bureau was unable to come. We therefore did not include his answers to our questions in the magazine, but publish them here in our blog, using this as an occasion to announce the next Days of Finnish Architecture, to be held this time in Moscow, in October 2016.
At a conference, taking place in Tallinn on April 21-22, architecture’s turn to nature and data will be explored from political and historical perspectives. Keynote speakers are Matthew Gandy and Douglas Spencer from the UK. The conference is organised by the
The only foreigner to take part in the series of architecture talks entitled ‘Genius loci’ (organized by Project Baltia and the ‘Novaya Gollandiya: cultural urbanization’ project) was the Finnish theoretician Juhani Pallasmaa. Russian readers know Pallasmaa from his book ‘The thinking hand. Existential and embodied wisdom in architecture’, which is now a bibliographical rarity. Here Marina Nikiforova talks to Finland’s principal architect-thinker.