Architect of Architectural Bureau "Ostozhenka," academician of IAA.
Born June 4, 1943 in Moscow.
1960–1966 — architect, the Moscow Architectural Institute;
1970–1973 — the graduate school of the Central Research Institute of Theory and History of Architecture;
1976–1982 — consulting teacher at the Central Educational Experimental Studio of the Union of Artists of the RSFSR;
1985–1989 — lecturer at the Moscow Architectural Institute, the Department of Urban Planning;
1993–2003 — head of graduation projects for students of the Moscow Architectural Institute.
1966–1969 — Mosproject-2, architect;
1966–1973 — member of the experimental science and design group "NER," architect;
1972 – junior research assistant at the Central Research Institute of Theory and History of Architecture;
1972 – member of the Union of Architects of the USSR;
1973–1982 — head of the group of architects of the Department of Science of the Research and Project Institute of General Planning for the city of Moscow;
1982–1985 — head of the Experimental Development Sector of the Research and Project Institute of General Planning for the city of Moscow;
1985–1988 — Training Center for Monumental and Decorative Art of the Union of Artists of the RSFSR, architect;
1989 to the present — chief architect of Architectural Bureau "Ostozhenka".
Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences (RAACS);
Academician of the International Academy of Architecture (IAA);
Laureate of the State Prize of Russia;
Merited Builder of Moscow;
Vice President of the Union of Architects of Russia (UA);
Member of the Board of the Union of Moscow Architects (UMA).
1996 — State Prize of the Russian Federation for the building of the International Moscow Bank;
1997 — First place in the ranking of the best Moscow buildings in 1987–1997;
(the building of the International Moscow Bank);
Diploma of the International Association of the Union of Architects;
Grand Medal of RAACS in the "New Office Buildings in the Historical Center of Moscow" category;
1999 — Laureate of the Golden Ratio Competition of the Moscow Union of Architects in the "Best Building" category;
Diploma of the 4th Architecture and Design Exhibition for the best building;
2001 — Silver diploma of the Zodchestvo 2001 Festival;
Laureate of the Golden Ration Competition of the Union of Moscow Architects in the "Best Urban Development Project" category;
2002 — Laureate of the competition of the Government of Moscow for the best-implemented project in the field of investment and construction;
2003 — Winner of the International Architecture Competition MACHU-PICCHU in Peru;
2004 — Laureate of the 2003-2004 Golden Ratio Competition of the Union of Moscow Architects in the "Best Project" category;
2009 — Laureate of the Golden Ratio Competition of the Union of Moscow Architects in the "Best Project" category.