The architectural award is the main professional award for design teams working in the capital. It is awarded for the development of the most expressive, original and high-quality objects in the field of architecture and urban planning.
The best projects are determined by an expert jury headed by the chief architect of the city of Moscow Sergey Kuznetsov. The informal awarding of laureates traditionally took place after the official ceremony, which took place in the Moscow City Hall. The awards were presented to the winners by members of the Expert Council of the Prize.
This year, the co-founder of the Agency for Strategic Development "CENTER", an expert in the field of sustainable development of territories, Sergey Georgievsky, became a member of the jury of the Prize. During the award ceremony, Sergey presented an award in the nomination "The Best Architectural and Urban Planning Solution for a Healthcare and Population Protection Object".
For the first time, healthcare is singled out as a separate category. The architectural bureau "M-PROJECT" won the prize for the St. Vladimir Children's City Clinical Hospital in Moscow on Rubtsovsko-Dvortsovaya Street.
Anna Martovitskaya received the Moscow Architectural Council award in the field of journalism for the video “Ten Most Beautiful Stations of the Big Circle Line”. Anna noted that the most beautiful BKL stations are the stations that appeared as a result of architectural competitions.
Also among the winners of the Prize are the authors of the Lomonosov educational cluster and the new campus of the Moscow State Technical University. Bauman, the Atom pavilion and the cable car at VDNKh.
The full list of finalists and winners can be found at the link: https://mosarchawards.ru/nominees/
Photo: Agency for Strategic Development CENTER