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Alejandro Zohn

Guadalajara, Mexico
born 1930, Vienna

Alejandro Zohn (born Alexander Zohn) was a Mexican architect. He was a Holocaust survivor who grew up in Western Mexico. Alejandro Zohn studied at the Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico, graduating as an engineer in 1955 and as an architect in 1963. His abilities as an engineer are reflected in..

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Aleksandar Keković

Belgrade , Serbia
born 1939, Cetinje

Aleksandar Keković, Professor of the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, was born on February 24, 1939 in Cetinje. He finished high school in Belgrade in 1956 and graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade in 1963. In 1964 he got employed in the Institute of..

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Aleksandar Savikin

Belgrade, Serbia
born 1970

Aleksandar Savikin (1970) completed primary and secondary school in Belgrade. He graduated at The Faculty of Architecture , University of Belgrade in 1999.
The characteristics of the workshop’s projects are the scale and the connection to the site, the comprehensive study of the details and..

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Aleksandar Stjepanovic

Belgrade , Serbia
born 1931

After graduating from the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade in 1957, Aleksandar Stjepanovic was employed in the Town Planning Institute. In 1963, around the time of important achievements in architectural competitions in Belgrade and Zagreb, he became an assistant at the home university...

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Aleksandr Dmitriev

St. Petersburg, Russia
born 1878, St.Petersburg

Alexander Ivanovich Dmitriev (1878-1959, Leningrad), architect and architectural critic, Ph.D in architecture (1947), full member of the Academy of Architecture (1939), an honourable member of the Academy of Architecture and Urban Planning of the USSR (1956). He resided in St. Petersburg since..

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Aleksandra Zarek

Manchester, Sheffield, United Kingdom
born 1989, Bydgoszcz

Aleksandra Zarek is an architect with an extensive international background, currently working at award-winning stephenson STUDIO in Manchester. Her professional experience to date includes various practices in Berlin, Lisbon and Poland.

She was trained at the University of Sheffield and..

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Aleksej Brkić

Belgrade, Serbia
born 1922, Kikinda

Aleksej Brkić studied architecture in Belgrade (1941-1948). His career begins in the early 1950’s within the Yugoslavian social-realist milieu of “renewal and rebuilding”. Brkić worked in Engineering and Design Bureau of Serbia 1949-1952; he is the founder of architectural bureaus “Invest..

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Alen Jasarevic


born 1973

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Alena Šrámková

Prague, Czech Republic
born 1929, Prague

Alena Šrámková (born 20th June 1929 in Prague ) is a Czech architect referred to as first lady Czech architecture, author and co-author of a number of significant buildings in the style of postmodernism (CKD building on Wenceslas Square, Central Station concourse in Prague Meteorological station..

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Aleph Zero

Curitiba, Brazil
est. 2016, Curitiba

Established in Curitiba by Gustavo Utrabo and Pedro Duschenes, the architectural firm Aleph Zero operates in areas ranging from furniture design, exhibitions, residential and commercial architecture to urban scale projects, for both public sector clients and the private sector. We seek for each..

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Aleš Vodopivec

Ljubljana, Slovenia
born 1949, Ljubljana

Aleš Vodopivec graduated from the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana at Edvard Ravnikar. While studying architecture he studied philosophy at the Faculty of Arts (1971-74). He is Professor at the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana since 1993, teaching Design as well as History and Theory of..

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Alessandro Mendini

Milan, Italy
born 1931, Milan

Alessandro Mendini (August 16th 1931 - February 18th 2019), born in Milan, was a very versatile man. In addition to being an architect, he was also a designer, artist, theorist, and poet. Mendini published a great deal, writing columns regularly in international magazines. He can be seen as one..

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Alessio Princic

Udine, Italy
born 1958, Udine

Alessio Princic graduates from architecture at the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana, Slovenia in 1982 and in Venice, Italy in 1985. In 1983 he receives Preseren prize for his diploma work. In the same year he starts working with architect Marconi from Udine and later on with Valle architect...

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Alessio Rosati

Rome, Italy
born 1971, Rome

Alessio Rosati was born in Rome where he studied at the local architecture school.
He founded an independent design firm while working for some of the main cultural Italian institutions, namely the Auditorium Parco della Musica and Rome International Film Fest.

In 2010 he started his..

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Alexander S. Nikolsky

St. Petersburg, Russia
born 1884, Saratov

A. S. Nikolsky (1884, Saratov – 1953, St. Petersburg) was a Socviet architect. studied at the Institute of Architecture in St. Petersburg where he graduated 1913. He later was a member of the OSA Group (Organization of Contemporary Architects), an architectural association in the Soviet Union,..

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Alexander Belokon

Russia
born 1928, Moscow

Alexander Belokon graduated from the Moscow Institute of Architecture. He designed residential and public buildings in Baku, Brest, Minsk, Tolyatti, Ufa, Kishinev, Yalta, Zelenograd, Alexander Matrosov museum in Velikiye Luki, high-rise building project in Togliatti city hall, master plan..

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Alexander Bodon

Amsterdam, Netherlands
born 1906, Amsterdam

Alexander Bodon (Vienna, 6 September 1906 – Amsterdam, 22 January 1993) was a Dutch architect. He began studying in Budapest in 1924. To Netherlands he moved in 1929 to continue his studies, working with Jan Wils. He later worked for architects Jan Buijs and Lürsen, and for the agencies of Ben..

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Alexander Brodsky

Moscow, Russia
born 1955, Moscow

Alexander Savvich Brodsky is a Russian architect and sculptor, born 1955 in Moscow. He graduated 1978 from the Moscow Institute of Architecture.

After graduating, Moscow had little opportunity or creative freedom for Brodsky to practice the kind of architecture which is now known for...

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Alexander Dering

Barnaul, Russia
born 1957, Tomsk

Alexander Dering (born November 26th, 1957) is a russian architect, founder and owner of the architectural bureau Klassika (since 1992), which is based in Barnaul, Altay territory, Russia.

Alexander Dering graduated from the Novosibirsk Academy of Architecture (former SIBSTRIN) in 1980. From..

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Alexander G. Rochegov

Havana, Cuba
born 1917, Baku

Aleksandr Grigor'yevich Rochegov was a Soviet and Russian architect, and from 1992 to 1998 president of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences. In 1991 he was awarded the title of People's Architect of the USSR. Awarded the USSR State Prize in 1990.

He constructed large..

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Alexander Gorlin Architects

New York, USA
est. 2000, New York

Alexander Gorlin opened his practice in Manhattan upon returning from the American Academy in Rome where he won a Rome Prize in Architecture. A graduate of the Cooper Union School of Architecture and an M.Arch from the Yale School of Architecture, he applies modernist principles to a broad range..

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Alexander Ivanovich Gegello

St. Petersburg, Russia
born 1891, Dnipro

Alexander Gegello graduated from the College of Civil Engineers (1920) and from the Academy of Fine Arts, Higher School of Art and Technology (1923). In the 1920s-30s, he was a prominent representative of constructivism.

His major projects included the Traktornaia Street Residential..

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Alexander Petrovich Velikanov was a Soviet architect.

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Alexander Popp

Linz, Austria
born 1891, St. Leonhard a. Forst

The Austrian architect Alexander Popp (August 10th, 1891 - December 7th, 1947) was brought up in St. Leonhard a. Forst in the Austrian countryside where his parents operated a merchant business. Later the family moved to Vienna and Alexander Popp was educated in the Public Crafts School..

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The Moscow architect Alexander Z. Greenberg, born in 1881, was one of the most important Constructivist of his time.

Alexander Z. Greenberg graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg and participated and won numerous All-Russian architectural competitions.
In Nizhny Novgorod,..

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Alexey Kuznetsov

Moscow, Russia
born 1874, St.Petersburg

Alexey Kuznetsov was born in 1874 in St. Petersburg. He studied at the Institute of Architecture in St. Petersburg from 1891 and graduated 1896.

Alexey Kuznetsov was an author of important public buildings. In 1908 he constructed the factory Bogorodsk in Moscow, in 1914 the Stroganov School..

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Alexey Shchusev

Moscow, Russia
born 1873, Kishinev

Alexey Viktorovich Shchusev (October 8th 1873 — May 24th 1949) was a Russian and Soviet architect born in Chişinău (Kishinev), now the capital of Modova, whose architectural style bridged several epochs. His works cover the restoration of medieval buildings, Russian Imperialist and Constructivist..

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Alexis Josic

Paris, France
born 1921, Bečej

Alexis Josic was born in Stari Becej, Yugoslavia in 1921. He studied painting at the National Fine Arts School and at the Josic Fine Art School (founded by his father Mladen Josic) in Belgrade. Subsequently he was educated as an architect at the Technical School in Belgrade (1940-48).

In the..

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Alfred Arndt

Darmstadt, Germany
born 1889, Elbing

Alfred Arndt (November 26th 1896 - 1976 in Darmstadt was a German architect and Bauhaus scholar born in Elbing, East Prussia. After studying drafting at a large machine factory in Elbing, Alfred Arndt was conscripted into military duty during World War One and worked as a foreman in Danzig in..

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Alfred Gottheiner

Berlin, Germany
born 1874

Alfred Gottheiner born 21st June 1874, designed the AOK Building in Berlin, now known as Haus am Köllnischen Park. In many texts and books this project has been credited to his cousin Albert Gottheiner who was also an architect.

Alfred was a well-known architect during the 20's but in 1933 he..

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Alfréd Hajós

Budapest, Hungary
born 1878, Budapest

Hajós was born in Budapest, Hungary, as Arnold Guttmann. He was 13 years old when he felt compelled to become a good swimmer after his father drowned in the Danube River. He took the name Hajós (sailor in Hungarian) for his athletic career because it was a Hungarian name. Titled as the“Hungarian..

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Alfred Roth

Zurich, Switzerland
born 1903, Wangen an der Aare

Alfred Roth was a Swiss architect member of CIAM, prominent representative and spokesman committed to the modern movement. Alfred began studying mechanical engineering at the Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich, before changed the architecture department during his first semester in..

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Alice Constance Austin

Chicago, USA
born 1868, Chicago

Alice Constance Austin was born in Chicago, Illinois. She was an architect, city planner, radical feminist, socialist, and designer. Her most famous proposal at Llano del Rio, though never fully realized, greatly impacted later city designs and architectural planning. In 1935, Austin published..

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Alison and Peter Smithson

London, United Kingdom
est. 1950, London

Alison Smithson (22 June 1928 – 16 August 1993) and Peter Smithson (18 September 1923-3 March 2003) formed together an architectural partnership and are associated with the New Brutalism. Peter was born in Stockton-on-Tees in North-East England, Alison was born in Sheffield, South Yorkshire. They..

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Alison Brooks

London, United Kingdom
born 1962, Toronto

Alison Brooks was born in Toronto, Canada in 1962. From 1981 to 1988 she studied Architecture at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture in Canada. She then worked with renowned Canadian practice A. J. Diamond & Partners. In 1989, she moved to London and joined Ron Arad Associates...

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Aljoša Dekleva

Ljubljana, Slovenia
born 1972, Postojna

Aljoša Dekleva, M.Arch (Dist) AA has graduated from Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia and received Master degree in Architecture with Distinction from Architectural Association, School of Architecture, London.

At the AA he co-founded an international architectural..

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ALLCOLOURS

Vienna, Austria
est. 2008, Vienna

ALLCOLOURS was founded in 2008 by Markus Taxer and Wolfgang Wallinger as an interdisciplinary platform thinking and working on all spatial issues. The main intention of ALLCOLOURS is to achieve an unique approach on space, architecture and urbanism, while always being focused on the needs of it´s..

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Allies and Morrison

London, United Kingdom
born 1984, London

Architects Bob Allies and Graham Morrison founded their eponymous architecture firm in London in 1984. They were awarded Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for "services to architecture".

The pair are currently working on designs for a new cultural quarter in London's Olympic..

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