Campus for graduate school of management of St. Petersburg state university on the former palace grounds of Mikhailovskaya dacha Campus for graduate school of management of St. Petersburg state university on the former palace grounds of Mikhailovskaya dacha

Campus for graduate school of management of St. Petersburg state university on the former palace grounds of Mikhailovskaya dacha

information:

  • status
    project
  • date
    2007 2009 / 2008 2010
  • place
    Russia, St. Petersburg
    St.Petersburg highway, 109
  • function
    Education / Campus
    architects: Nikita Yavein, Pavel Sokolov, Vasily Romancev, Zhanna Razumova, Vladimir Parfenov; architects-restorers: Grigory Mihailov (OOO ASM), Larisa Odincova (OAO SPb institut Lenproektrestavracia), Oleg Kuzevanov (OOO Arhitekturnaya masterskaya Studio 44); constructors: Oleg Kurbatov, Irina Lyashko
  • Total Area
    115 935 2
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Nikita Yavein

Nikita Yavein /

Russia
Studio 44

Studio 44 /

Russia
Design Team
client: OOO "Setl City"

Archi.ru about this project:

15.09.2009

Anna Martovitskaya. Forge of executives

Mikhailovskaya dacha or Mikhailovka manor is one of the pearls in the necklace of the palace and park ensembles of the Great Peterhof road. It is a historical and cultural monument of federal significance and is the nearest neighbor of Konstantinovsky Palace. The last, a few years ago turned into the Palace of Congresses, probably, suggested the city authorities scenario for Mikhailovka recovery from the ruins. Under the project of architectural bureau "Studio 44" there will be constructed Graduate School of Management campus on the basis of manor of the Grand Duke Michael Nikolaevich.

The campus will have academic and administrative buildings, halls of residence, a cafe, club and library, sports facility with a swimming pool, parking lots. Since it is impossible to fill this historical area with all these objects, the project is d...   more

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Nikita Yavein,

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