The finalists of the Competition to develop a master plan for the city of Yakutsk have been announced today

31 March, 2022

March 31 in Yakutsk at the Center for Culture and Contemporary Art named after Yury Gagarin, a meeting of the Jury of the Open Nationwide Competition to develop a master plan for the city of Yakutsk of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) was held.

The initiator of the Competition is the Government of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). Partners are AO DOM.RF, District Administration of Yakutsk. The client is the Special Purpose Fund of Future Generations of the Sakha Republic (Yakutia) NPO.  The operator of the competition and developer of the research will be Agency for Strategic Development CENTER

The Jury considered 11 applications from 3 individual applicants and 8 consortiums. The experts evaluated the participants according to several criteria: the relevance and status of the projects presented in the portfolio, the content of the essay and the proposed idea for the development of the territory.

Based on the results of the Jury Meeting, 3 Finalists were selected. They will continue their work in the second stage of the Competition:

Consortium lead by Genplan Institute of Moscow (Moscow, Russia):

- Urbanica (Saint Petersburg, Russia);
- Knight Frank (Moscow, Russia)
- Design Unit4 (Saint Petersburg, Russia);
- Individual Entrepreneur Beilin M.A. (Moscow, Russia);
- LSTK-Project (Yakutsk, Russia);
- SVFU named after. M.K. Ammosov (Yakutsk, Russia).

Consortium lead by Master's Plan (Moscow, Russia):

- Citymakers (Moscow, Russia);
- Research Institute of Applied Ecology of the North NEFU Professor D.D. Savvinov (Yakutsk, Russia);
- Faculty of History of the SVFU named after. M.K. Ammosov (Yakutsk, Russia);
- Research Center of Construction (Moscow, Russia);
- Transport design studio (Moscow, Russia);
- BAZA14 (Yakutsk, Russia);
- Storaket (Yerevan, Armenia);
- 7 Solar Studio (Voronezh, Russia);
- Industrial Design Studio (Moscow, Russia);
- Research and Information Center "Polar Initiative" (Moscow, Russia).

Consortium lead by IND architects (Moscow, Russia):
- PIK (Moscow, Russia);
- Sheredega Consulting (Moscow, Russia).

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