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Kedrinsky, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich (1917 - 2003), an architect
Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Kedrinsky (1917 - 2003), an architect-restorer, Honoured architect of the Russian Federation, the Lenin Prize winner of 1986, the Russian Federation President Prize winner in Literature and Arts of 2001. A.A. Kedrinsky was... more

Kokorev, Adrian Vasilyevich (1810 - 1877), an architect
Adrian Vasilyevich Kokorev (1810 - 1877), an architect. Kokorev frduated from the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts in 1833. In 1849 he became an academician of architecture. From 1838 Kokorev worked as architect if the First High School in St.... more

Kosyakov, Vasily Antonovich (1862-1921), an architect
Vasily Antonovich Kosyakov (1862-1921), an architect, artist, teacher. He graduated from the Institute of Civil Engineers in 1885. In 1897 V.A. Kosyakov became an architect of Synod economic administration. From 1888 he became a teacher, in 1900 -... more

Krakau, Aleksandr Ivanovich (1817 - 1888), an architect
Aleksandr Ivanovich Krakau (1817 - 1888), an architect, artist. During 1826-1839 he learned in the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts. K.A. Ton was his teacher. During 1843-1850 A.I. Krakau studied the Renaissance architecture in Italy. In 1850 A.I.... more

Krasovsky, Mikhail Vitoldovich (1874 - 1939), an architect
Mikhail Vitoldovich Krasovsky (1874 - 1939), an architect, teacher, historian of architecture. M.V. Krasovsky graduated from the Institute of Civil Engineers in 1899. He was the architect N.V. Sultanov's student. From 1903 Krasovsky was a teacher,... more

Krichinsky, Stepan Samoylovich (1874 -1923), an architect
Stepan Samoylovich Krichinsky (1874 -1923), an architect. In 1897 Krichinsky graduated from the Civil Engineers Institute in St. Petersburg. From 1900 he was an architect, then chief architect of the Board of the Frontier Troops Separate Corps. He... more

Kudryavtsev, Nikolay Galaktionovich (1856 - 1941), an architect
Kudryavtsev, Nikolay Galaktionovich (1856 - 1941), an architect. Kudryavtsev graduated from the St. Petersburg Building College in 1877. He served at the Technology Building Committee of the Ministry of Internal Affairs from 1877-1896). Не was a... more

Kuzmin, Roman Ivanovich (1811 - 1867), an architect
Roman Ivanovich Kuzmin (1811 - 1867), an architect, teacher. R.I. Kuzmin graduated from the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts in 1832, in 1840 he became an academician, in 1841 he became a professor of architecture and teacher of the Academy of Arts.... more

Lelyakov, Aleksey Grigoryevich (1930 - 1996), an architect
Aleksey Grigoryevich Lelyakov (1930-1996), an architect - park designer. A.G. Lelyakov graduated from the I.Ye. Repin Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture in 1957. He was an expert of landscape architecture and the Head of the... more

Lindgren, Armas Eliel (1874 - !929), an architect
Lindgren, Armas Eliel (1874 - 1929), an architect. In 1897 Lindgren graduated from the Politechnic Institute in Helsingfors (Helsinki; now it is the University of Technology). During 1898-1899 he worked on probation in countries of Europe. From 1896... more

Lvov, Nikolay Aleksandrovich (1751 - 1803), an architect
Nikolay Aleksandrovich Lvov (1751 - 1803), an architect, engineer, artist, literary man, musician. In 1783 Lvov became the Russian Academy member and in 1786 he became an honorary member of the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts. During 1770-1771 N.A.... more

Melnikov, Pavel Petrovich (1804-1880), an architect
Pavel Petrovich Melnikov (1804-1880, Lyuban Town), an engineer, state figyre. He graduated from the Moscow Noble Boarding School in 1820 and the St. Petersburg Institute of Railway Engineers Corps in 1825, where he was a teacher and a professor... more

Munnich, Christophor Antonovich (Burkhard Christof) (1683-1767), Count, military figure, an architect
Christophor Antonovich (Burkhard Christoph) Munnich (1683-1767), Count (1728), Field-Marshal - General (1732), a statesman and military figure. Munnich was born in Neuenhuntorf, Oldenburg, Denmark. From 1721 he was on the Russian service. C.A.... more

Musselius, Aleksandr Vasilyevich (1822 - 1892), an architect
Musselius, Aleksandr Vasilyevich (1822 - 1892). In 1844 Musselius graduated from the Building College in St. Petersburg. During 1844 - 1857 he was a gubernia architect in Novgorod City, from 1857 he was an architect of the St.Petersburg Gubernia,... more

Nikonov, Nikolay Nikitich (1849 - 1918), an architect
Nikolay Nikitich Nikonov (1849 - 1918), an architect,expert of the "russian style". From the 1860s Nikonov learned at the Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg. During 1893-1906 Nikonov was the architect of the St. Petersburg Eparchy. He was the... more

Nystrom, Karl Gustav (1856 - !917), an architect
Nystrom, Karl Gustav (1856 - !917), an architect. In 1876 Nystrom graduated from the Politechnic Institute in Helsingfors (Helsinki). Diring 1878-1979 he learned at the Higher Technical School in Vienna. From 1879 he was a teacher of the Politechnic... more

Plotnikov, Mikhail Mikhaylovich (1901 - 1992), an architect
Mikhail Mikhaylovich Plotnikov (1901 - 1992), an architect - restorer, the State Prize winner (1972). M.M. Plotnikov graduated from the I.Ye. Perin Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture in 1943. He participated in post- war restoration... more

Quarenghi, Giacomo (1744- 1817), an architect
Giacomo Quarenghi (1744- 1817), an architect and artist. He study painting and architecture in Rome. In 1779 Quarenghi arrived into St. Petersburg and became a court architect. Quarenghi designed and built buildings in the severe classicism style:... more

Rastrelli, Francesko de (1700-1771), an architect
Francesko de Rastrelli (1700-1771), an architect, artist. The son of the Florentine sculptor Bartolomeo Rastrelli. During 1715-1725 F. Rastrelli worked with his father in St. Petersburg, then he learned in France. During 1730-1763 he served at the... more

Rinaldi, Antonio (ca. 1709 - 1794), an architect
Antonio Rinaldi (ca. 1709 - 1794), an architect. He originated from italy. From 1752 Rinaldi served under the Hetman of Malaya Russia K.G. Razumovsky (he designed and built in towns of Baturin, Glukhov, Kozelets, Pochep). From 1754 he worked in St.... more

Ruska, Luigi (1762 - 1822), an architect
Luigi Ruska (1762 - 1822), an architect. Ruska originated from Switzerland. In 1783 he arrived into st. Petersburg, he worked as a bricklayer with Yu.M. Felten, G. Quarenghi, F.I. Volkov, E.T. Sokolov, V. Brenna. He started working independently in... more

Saarinen, Eliel (1873- 1950), an architect
Gottlieb Eliel Saarinen (1873- 1950), an architect. Saarinen graduated from the Polytechnic Institute in Helsinki in 1897. He studied painting at the University School of Arts, designed furniture and items of the applied art. During 1896-1904... more

Sadovnikov, Pyotr Semyonovich (1796 - 1877), an architect
Pyotr Semyonovich Sadovnikov (1796 - 1877), an architect. He was V.S. Sadovnikov's brother. He descended from serves of the Prince Golitsin. P.S. Sadovnikov learned from A.N. Voronikhin, graduated incomplete course of the St. Petersburg Academy of... more

Sadovnikov, Sergey Vasilyevich (1835 - 1906), an architect
Sergey Vasilyevich Sadovnikov (1835 - 1906), an architect, academician of architecture (1881). Sergey Vasilyevich Sadovnikov was a son of the artist V.S. Sadovnikov (1800-1879). S.V. Sadovnikov graduated from the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts in... more

Savkov, Vasily Mitrofanovich (1907-1978), an architect
Vasily Mitrofanovich Savkov (1907-1978), an architect- restorer, researcher of the Old Russian architecture. V.M. Savkov was a founder of the Leningrad school of architectural restoration. He jointly with E.V. Kazanskaya developed the project and... more

Schulman, Allan Karl Voldemar (1863 -1937), an architect
Schulman, Allan Karl Voldemar (1863 -1937, Vyborg Town), an architect. He graduated the Polytechnic Institute in Helsingfors (now it is the Technological University in Helsinki) in 1889. During 1889-1891 he was a draughtsman at the architect's... more

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Shchurupov, Mikhail Arefyevich (1815 - 1901), an architect
Shchurupov, Mikhail Arefyevich (1815 - 1901), an architect, sculptor, applied art artist, restorer of the Old Russian architecture monuments, teacher. Shchurupov graduated from the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts in 1836. During 1837-1855 he lived... more

Shperer, Ludwig Frantsevich (1834 - 1898), an architect
Shperer, Ludwig Frantsevich (1833 or 1835 - 1898), an architect, academician of architecture from 1866. He graduated from the the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts. Shperer built several tenement houses and industrial buildings in St. Petersburg from... more

Skornyakov - Pisarev, Grigory Grigoryevich (1686 - 1747), an architect
Grigory Grigoryevich Skornyakov - Pisarev (1686 - 1747), a military engineer, Major-General (1722). As a scholar of Peter I Grigory Grigoryevich Skornyakov - Pisarev studied mathematics in Berlin. During 1718-1721 he led the construction of the... more

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