Please take this opportunity to get introduced to the 1st prize winners of Bangkok Fashion Hub competition - Pugachenko Ilya, Aniskova Alla and Saiko Andrei from Russia!
We are three architects currently working at TAMMVIS, a Moscow-based architecture firm, founded by Antonio Mije, professor of Moscow Institute of Architecture (State Academy).
Born in Moscow (Russia) in 1990. Graduated from Moscow Institute of Architecture in summer 2012. Specialization: Residential and Public Building. Graduation work: “Uncompleted building reconstruction – business-center "Oruzheyniy"”. Participated in Russian – Japanese Student Workshop team in Russia (Moscow Institute of Architecture; 1 month): “Development of Moscow river embankment”; and in Japan (Shibaura Institute of Technology; 1 month): “Entertaining part of passport free zone in Tokyo airport” (2009, 2010). Joined TAMMVIS in 2010.
Born in Moscow (Russia) in 1985. Graduated from Moscow Institute of Architecture in summer 2008. Specialization: Residential and Public Building. Graduation work: “Theatre complex in Chelyabinsk” (done together with Saiko Andrei). Joined TAMMVIS in 2007.
Born in Saint Petersburg (Russia) in 1982. Graduated from Moscow Institute of Architecture in summer 2008. Specialization: Residential and Public Building. Graduation work: “Theatre complex in Chelyabinsk” (done together with Aniskova Alla). Joined TAMMVIS in 2007.
During tenure at TAMMVIS architecture firm, we were involved in clubhouses in Pine Creek Golf Club (Ekaterinburg) and in Links National Golf Club (Moscow) projects and were responsible for design and further supervision throughout the project process. We have also been designing various private houses and interiors. We had an honor of working with Japanese architect Shigeru Ban at his temporary pavilion in Moscow.
What does architecture mean to you and what is the role of an architect in your society?
Architecture is a reflection of society. We know how important it is to be surrounded by quality architecture and we always feel a little sad, because in our country architecture in not up to par. Russia has a great history and architectural traditions, but nowadays, we have lost systematic approach and practices. We believe that new generation has to rebuild and improve it.
Why do you participate in architecture vision competitions?
Architecture Competitions give us a great opportunity to do something different from the daily work routine, still being engaged in our favorite occupation, experimenting and developing our skills. It is also quite challenging to compete with architects from all over the world, comparing different solutions and learning new approaches. No doubt, you will improve, even if you don't win.
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