Simon Rastorguev

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Simon Rastorguev (born in 1981 in the city of Yaroslavl) is a Russian architect.

He graduated from Yaroslavl State Technical University. Aspirant of Department of Cultural and journalism, YSPU. Architect in architectural office "Project Meganom", Moscow. Curator of Architecture Festival "Social Revolution" and organizer of international architectural competitions. Editor of website on the conceptual architecture - "Center of Exploring the Chaos".

Major publications[edit]

  • "Real architecture is unpredictable." — Tatlin Mono magazine.[1]
  • "Dreams and Visions: BioCity" — l`ARCA plus [2]
  • "Kotorosl 2010. Yaroslavl Millennium." — Domus magazine.[3]
  • "Anti-Conditionalism - Arquitectura despuses del comunismo." — Codigo 06140.[4]
  • "Contemporary intervention in Laguna." — Project Russia.[5]
  • "Visions of a Mutant City" — ARC-vision.[6]
  • "Agora, Dreams and Visions, Bio-City" — l`ARCA [7]
  • "Build das architekten - magazin" — cover page [8]
  • Other publications 2007—2014

Awards[edit]

  • 2002 — Winner of international architectural competition "Atlas on architecture of the Future" [9]
  • 2002 — Special Participant of XXI International Congress of Architects in Berlin
  • 2004 — Winner of the Russian architectural competition "Workshop Russia" [10]
  • 2004 — Participant of international master-class led by the Dutch team of architects "West 8" in the IX Venice Biennale
  • 2005 — Winner of the AllRussian competition "Five facades private Architecture"
  • 2005 — Winner of an international competition Advanced Architecture Contest
  • 2008 — Longlister of the Russian architectural competition, "Dom-Avtonom"
  • 2009 — Winner of World Architecture Community Awards [11]
  • 2014 — Longlister of the Foundation Jacques Rougerie competition [12]

Curatorial work[edit]

Organizer of international architectural competitions:

Exhibitions[edit]

  • 2002 – 2004 — The exhibition in TSSI "ARS-Forum" "Young city"
  • 2003 — The Author Exhibition NMAXU
  • 2004 – 2008 — International Exhibition of Architecture and Design "Arch Moscow"
  • 2004, 2008 — International Architecture Biennale, Venice
  • 2008 — "Persimfance" exhibition, Moscow
  • 2009 — Architectural Festival "Golden chapiter", Novosibirsk
  • 2010 — "New Formalism" exhibition, St. Petersburg
  • 2011 — "Guilty Money" exhibition, Moscow
  • 2014 — First Jacques Rougerie Foundation Exhibition in the National School of Architecture Paris-Val-de-Seine, Paris [12]

Some realized projects[edit]

Major projects[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tatlin Mono" magazine #3 (32) 2012
  2. ^ “l`ARCA plus” №53, June 2007
  3. ^ “Domus” #19-20, September 2009
  4. ^ “Codigo 06140”, 2007
  5. ^ "Project Russia" #35, 2005
  6. ^ "ARC-vision" #10, 2004
  7. ^ "l`ARCA" #183, July–August 2003 ISSN 0394-2147
  8. ^ Build das architekten - magazin, September–October 2002
  9. ^ "Atlas on architecture of the Future" (project of Organic city)
  10. ^ "Workshop Russia" competition, (project Yaroslavl-Millennium)
  11. ^ World Architecture Community Awards, 5th cycle
  12. ^ a b Stream City project on the First Jacques Rougerie Foundation Exhibition in the National School of Architecture Paris-Val-de-Seine.

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