Studio 44 Architects: Concepts, Strategies, Works

New Forms for Russia’s Contemporary Cities


The first monograph to showcase the work of one of Russia’s most influential architectural firms


ISBN: 9780500343098 Category:


Studio 44 Architects is one of the largest and most influential private architectural firms in Russia. Founded in St Petersburg in 1991 and led by Nikita Yawein, the company now employs over 140 highly qualified specialists, including architects, restoration experts, structural designers and engineers. Studio 44 has won over sixty prestigious awards and implemented over twenty-five public and residential building projects, including Ladozhsky Railway Station, the new wing at the Hermitage Museum, the Grand Palace shopping gallery, the Novy Peterhof hotel, and the Boris Eifman Dance Academy in St Petersburg, the Palace of Schoolchildren in Astana (Kazakhstan) and the Olympic Park Railway Station in Sochi.

Studio 44 provides a detailed look at thirty-five projects completed from 2000 to the present as well as an overview of the earliest projects and the birth of the firm.

Additional information

Weight 2238 g
Dimensions 25.7 x 27.7 cm
Publisher name Thames and Hudson Ltd
Publication date 1 April 2017
Number of pages 320
Format Hardback
Contributors Edited by Georgi Stanishev
Dimensions 25.7 x 27.7 cm
Weight 2238 g


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Aaron Betsky is Dean of the Frank Lloyd School of Architecture, Taliesin West, in Scottsdale, Arizona, and Taliesin, in Spring Green, Wisconsin.

Hans Ibelings is a Montreal-based architectural historian and critic, and the editor and publisher of The Architecture Observer.

Georgi Stanishev is a leading Bulgarian Architect.