Center for continuous architectural education
Best Architectural Project by a Student
About the project
The project features a rectangular block, including the atrium and the gasholder, and cut with raypaths. The building and the park zone will be divided by a boulevard, connecting the city and the river embankment. The park zone will be a combination of regular and landscape gardens, pavilions for painting and drawing, and an exhibition venue for the best projects by students.
Internal facades of every block are finished with one of the basic materials – stone, wood, glass, brick, concrete, or metal. Entrance groups of every block are designed with portals.
The center will become the city’s major research lab, presenting the synthesis of fine arts and state-of-the-art technologies.
Corner of Levashovsky Prospect and Gazovaya Street, St. Petersburg, Russia
Project design year
Applicant and author of the project
Julia Zhdanova, Master’s Degree Student, St. Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering