(in chronological order)
Alexander Novikov email@example.com c.+7 926 5208593 Moscow, Russia c.+375 29 6855741 Minsk, Belarus
TMTM Transitional Microrayon: Customer Focused Housing Model for Moscow - student: Novikov A. - institution: «Strelka» Institute for Media Architecture and Design «Citizens as Customers» Studio - professors: David Erixon, Anastasia Smirnova, Paul McCabe, Kuba Snopek - dates: 2012 Transitional Microrayon is a complex of separate temporary apartment buildings inserted into the existing fabric of the city, which together with the existing infrastructure provide a particular customer with a continuous experience of services that meet their daily needs. It is located on the unused areas of the city and includes a system of the temporal positioning and relocation of the buildings. It is also a system of rules of housing organization and management. TM is a rethinking of a social housing model, which was widely implemented in the Soviet Union.
The Sun of Leonidov (winning project in the competition for designing Ivan Leonidov Prize) - architects: Novikov A., with: Pugach U., Gorovoi A., Karako U., Slepneva I. - photo: Gumankov V. Material. The sphere is made of a brass 1,5mm thiсk. Brass oxidizes rapidly while staying on the outdoor air. It loses its gold glitter and blackens. Marks will appear if one will touch the unprotected metal surface. The marks can be removed with special cleaning only. The brass sphere is kept in a black velvet bag. Special black velvet bag keeps and protects the brass sphere. Ivan Leonidov Competition rules include the description of the prize and this explanation article for future participants. Awarding. A black velvet bag is put and opened in the arms of a person being awarded. «The Sun» appears. Black velvet fabric is in between the hands and «The Sun». Keeping and Showing. «The Sun» has to be kept in a black velvet bag (the bag comes with the prize). To see (or show) the prize one should put the bag on the horizontal surface and open it. Stopping the sphere from rolling the black velvet bag will serve as a pedestal.
The Temple - architects: Novikov A. - dates: 2011 The temple was designed for divine services under the open sky.Sources of light form a volume of a diffused golden light (the volume size is set according to a site). One can feel the atmosphere of an ancient temple where golden light produced by icons and candlesdisappears in the darkness. Everything is brightly lit up inside. Everything is in the darkness outside. During the divine service one finds himself in the world were there is nothing but light.
Chandelier 30 - architects: Novikov A. - dates: 2011 Chandelier 30 consists of 30 light bulbs. It was made for friendâ€™s 30 year anniversary.
Competition for Designing ÂŤStorkÂť Architecture Award Prize (second prize) - architect: Novikov A. - location: Moscow - dates: 2011
Entrances - architects: Karako V., Novikov A. - location: Zaharova str.63, Minsk, Belarus - area: 180 Đź 2 - dates: 2011 The aim was to design two entrances to a new office room in an existing building. The main idea was to create entrances that were independent from the existing block of flats in its structure and style. The entrances are pre-fabricated structures that consist of metal pipes with rectangular sections. Each structure is set and fixed to four independent foundations.
Meeting Room and Conference Hall - architects: Karako V., Novikov A. - location: Aerodromnaya str.11, c.Minsk, Belarus 2 - client: Department of the Aviation of the Republic of Belarus - area: 54,7 m 2 and 20,2m 2
The Art Fund Pavilion - architects: Novikov A. - location: London, Great Britain - dates: 2009 The structure of the pavilion is made of wooden pillars and beams. Air balloons with a radius of 1500 and 1000 mm are put on top. Transparent polyethylene film covers and tightens the balloons. Each air balloon has a built in light bulb. All the wires from the light bulbs are picked together in the center of the pavilion and plugged in the floor panel. Floor is arranged with FACIT panels of two kinds. One kind is a regular FACIT panel. Another is a FACIT panel with built in transformable chair/plinth. These panels also have built in light bulbs. The pavilion is equipped with vertical jalousie made of FACIT plywood.
House #1 Project for international architectural exhibition ÂŤARCHMOSCOW 2010Âť - architects: Novikov A. with Hi!Arch (Gumankov V., Manuilova E.) Panel house is a symbol of its time and architectural epoch. It still forms a face of the Russian cities. We analyze it with no connection to a city and place regarding it as a single monument of a panelized architecture. By marking panels with red and leaving the white gaps we emphasize the structural identity of a panelized architecture in order to return to a cradle of a soviet modernism. We remind of the ideology of that architecture to rethink our attitude towards these buildings and to give them new lives. Red panelized building. Red is a symbol of upmarket brick house-building. Red is beautiful (rus.).
Patchwork Quilt Project for international architectural exhibition ÂŤARCHMOSCOW 2010Âť - architects: Novikov A. with Hi!Arch (Gumankov V., Manuilova E.) The aim of this project was to find a new face of the panelized buildings being reconstructed (insulated) in a bedroom district of Moscow. We faced the facades with tiles that formed the fabric patterns. Each flat had its own pattern. What we got was a patchwork quilt that covered the building. Covering building with a quilt is a metaphor of insulation. Besides it shows that this building is in a bedroom district.
ÂŤDesigning The AbsentÂť - architect: Novikov A. - location: Antwerp, Belgium - dates: 2010 Putting one of the main functional elements that this tower had to include to its supposed place we emphasise the absence of the tower itself. The proposal is to set a bell on a light and slightly visible construction on top of the unfinished tower.
The Umbrellaarmchair - architect: Novikov A.
Office Center - architects: Gumankov V., Manuilova E., Novikov A. - location: Moscow, Staroalekseevskaya str. - area: 6 000 m 2 - dates: 2011
10 Townhouses - architects: Gumankov V., Manuilova E., Novikov A. - location: Moscow region, Angelovo settlement - area: 22 160 m 2 - dates: 2010
Private House 1 - architects: Romanov A., Novikov A. - location: Moscow region - area: 175Đź 2 - dates: 2009
Private House 2 - architects: Romanov A., Novikov A. - location: Moscow region - area: 170Đź 2 - dates: 2009
Private House 3 - architects: Romanov A., Novikov A. - location: Moscow region - area: 162Đź 2 - dates: 2009
Reconstruction of Fishfactory to Expocenter - architects: Romanov A., Novikov A. - location: Sochi, RF - area: 33 000Đź 2 - dates: 2009
Hospital Reconstruction - architects: Gumankov V., Novikov A. - location: Moscow, Novaya Basmannaya str.10 b.1. - area: 640 m 2 - dates: 2006
«The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil» Bedroom Interior - architects: Novikov A. with Skarenko U. - area: 20 м 2 This complicated structure consists of a bed with its drawers (two drawers are for bed linen storage, two drawers serve as the bedside tables), makeup table with mirror and a canopy. The Canopy is made of a plywood. It hangs on the tension wires that are fixed at the ceiling. Lighting bulbs are hanged on the ceiling to light up the canopy. It casts complicated shadows on the bed and floor. One can get a feeling of the light coming through the leaves of a tree. A rotating mirror with a small makeup table is set at the head of the bed. One can watch TV on the opposite wall while sitting at the table.
Totan-House - architects: Kuzembaev T., Novikov A. - photo: Ivanov I. - location: Moscow obl., Russia 2 - area: 230 m - dates: 2007
Private House ÂŤOn WaitingÂť - architects: Novikov A. - area: 180 m 2 - dates: 2008
Competition for Designing Russian Pavillion for EXPO 2010 in Shanghai, China - architects: Kuzembaev T., Novikov A. - dates: 2009
River Douglas Bridge Design Competition - architects: Kuzembaev T., Novikov A. - location: UK - dates: 2007
Box House - architects: Kuzembaev T., Novikov A. - location: Moscow obl., Russia - area: 45 m 2 - dates: 2007
Perm Museum XXI Competition. (special prize). - architects: Kuzembaev T., Novikov A., Kolchin S., Kuzembaev O. - location: Perm, Russia. - dates: 2008 A boy asked an old man: «who lives in the sky?» - God, - answered the old man. - And who lives on water? - Spirits, our ancestors. - And who lives on earth? - People and their friends live on Earth, - answered the old man. - And how can you get to God? - Up the rainbow – that is the road to God, - answered the old man. Rainbow, the metaphor, that became the basis of the museum composition, has one of its ends on the bank; while the other one goes into the river. The communication pipe that combines three elements: air, water and earth. Museum, being itself a piece of art, is intended to provoke artists to create new art forms and expositions. «The Gods of Perm», the collection of wooden sculpture, is the pearl of the Perm Gallery, which occupies the upper part of the arch bend. It gives the symbolical sense of searching for truth to the upward movement through the museum halls.
Restaurant - architects: Kuzembaev T., Novikov A. - location: Moscow Stanislavskiy str.,15/1 - area: 400 m 2 - dates: 2007
Foot Bridge - architects: Kuzembaev T., Novikov A. - location: Marfino District 52, Moscow, Russia - dates: 2007 The foot bridge has to connect Marfino residential district with Ostankino park. Such a complicated form was designed to pass between the trees of the park.
Lobby Reconstruction - architects: Kerimov R., Novikov A. - location: Moscow, Obruchev str. 11 - area: 300Đź 2 - dates: 2009
Western Gate Business Park - architects: Leviant B., Stuchebriukov B., Dzhabrailov S., Novikov A. - location: Moscow, Belovezhskaya str.,12 - area: 61 800 m 2 - dates: 2005
Multifunctional Office Center - architects: Leviant B., Stuchebriukov B., Dzhabrailov S., Novikov A. - location: Moscow, 1st Krasnogvardeiskaya str.12 - area: 128 800 m 2 - dates: 2005
Retail Center ÂŤEurasianÂť - architects: Leviant B., Stuchebriukov B., Dzhabrailov S., Novikov A. - location: Moscow, General Tiulenev str. 25-29 - area: 178 000 m 2 - dates: 2005
Flower shop - architects: Karako V., Novikov Đ?. - location: Ubarevich str., c.Minsk, Belarus - area: 500Đź 2
Nazca 2005 International Architecture Competition: The Observatory-Lodge - architects: Novikov A. with Zaborski G. - location: Naska, Peru - dates: 2005
Shinkenchiku Residential Design Competition - architects: Novikov A. with Tonko N. - location: Tokyo, Japan - dates: 2005
Published on Jul 24, 2012