30/11/18. Here comes some more great news from Drozdov&Partners! We’ve carried off as many as two prizes at the ЕЕ Real Estate Project Awards. Our office won Architect Of The Year award, and Aloft hotel was chosen to be the best Hotel project of the year.
28/11/18. Shell project is a small family summer cottage on the coast of Odessa bay that reflects on the issues of privacy of living areas with maximum possible exposure to the sea and the sun.
25/11/18. Yulian Chaplinskyy, the Chief Architect of Lviv, has recently visited our office. Here is a link to the Youtube-channel Chaplinskyy Vlog with the full video of this event. Watch Oleg Drozdov doing a complete tour of the office and talking about our built projects and Kharkiv School of Architecture.
15/11/18. Last Wednesday, the EDIDA Ukraine Prize award ceremony was held in Kyiv where Oleg Drozdov was bestowed with the title “Architect of the Year”.
12/11/18. Oleg Drozdov took part in the panel discussion “Modern urban culture. Baukultur” which was held within the framework of the international forum Creative Ukraine in Kyiv.
06/11/18. Dear friends, we have great news for you. Our Teatr na Podoli project has been nominated for EU Mies Award 2019.
31/10/18. In his interview for NewsRoom website, Oleg Drozdov speaks in detail about our Green Corridor project – in particular about how this project should be implemented, what can be attractive about it for investors, and why it’s so important to attract the attention of local citizens.
26/10/18. The house is going to be a home for five people. Considering this fact, we decided to use a very simple layout plan as we arbitrarily divided the volume into smaller “houses” for the parents and the children on the either side of the shared space in between.
24/10/18. Hanna Vovchenko, one of the architecs on our team, had a chance to take part in the first Polish-Ukrainian forum on revitalization that was held in Slovyansk at the end of the last week. Here are some photos from the event.
16/10/18. The intersection of Myronosytska and Maykovskogo streets in Kharkiv. A new high-rise building has appeared here recently. It reminded us of our own project which we made six years ago and which could set a completely different agenda for this place.
30/07/18. This friday Oleg Drozdov is going to give a public talk at the largest architectural conference in Eastern Europe – ‘Architecture of the Future’, which is going to take place in Kyiv. The topic of the report is “Ruralism vs Urbanism: new forms of accommodation” dealing with the “struggle” of the opposites and taking two of our projects – Pensacola Cityblock & Provençal Ruralism – as examples.
24/09/18. An exquisite Parisian suburb on the bank of the river Seine is the place for our new project with a very delicate task, which is to transform a family chateau dating back to the late XVIII century into a modern spa-hotel while preserving its original details to the maximum.
11/09/18. Kharkiv School of Architecture has embarked on its very first academic year of 2018/19.
29/08/18. Located in one of the major streets of Kharkiv, the building responds to a number of circumstances: the street scale, its structure, and tecnitics, together with the hospitality sector which is on the rise in the neighbourhood.
13/08/18. The building used to be a shabby legacy of the Soviet times. Today it’s a dental clinic with a training centre. Together with Andrey Avdeenko Photographer we’ve made a photoshoot of our new built project.
23/07/18. The project of a new housing estate in Odesa is our interpretation of Le Corbusier’s Cité Radieuse. It’s a dialogue between the neighbourhoods of old city, towers, and a continuous megastructure, which introduces high density and diversity of interconnected spaces, each having its own functional peculiarities.