Remizov Alexander Nikolaevich

Architect, member of the Union of Moscow Architects

Chairman of the Council for Sustainable Architecture of the Union of Architects of Russia (SAR). Born in Moscow, in 1977 he graduated from the art school of the Krasnopresnensky district and entered the Moscow Architectural Institute of the Moscow Architectural Institute 1977-1983. After graduating from the Moscow Institute of Architecture, he worked as an architect and artist in the Art Fund of the Russian Federation in KMDI (1983-1993) under the guidance of People’s Artist of Russia Andrei Vladimirovich Vasnetsov (1924-2009). Since 1989, a member of the Union of Artists of Russia in the section of monumental painting. In 1995, he founded the architectural bureau Remistudio, which designs residential and public buildings. In 2000, he joined the Union of Moscow Architects (SMA). In 2010, he became a member of the worldwide ARES (Architecture and Renewable Energy Sources) UIA program.

In 2011, he headed the Council for Sustainable Architecture of the Union of Architects of Russia. At the IV Congress of the UAR he was elected a member of the board. He heads the jury of the competition for sustainable architecture of the Union of Architects of Russia. Since 2011, he has been the head of the jury of the Russian stage of the International student competition “Designing a multi-comfort home”, held by Saint-Gobai. Developed a concept and received a patent: “Technogenically sustainable biospheric multifunctional building.” The invention relates to the field of construction, in particular to a technogenically sustainable biospheric multifunctional building.

Since 2015, President of the Jury of the National Award for Sustainable Architecture. The prize is awarded annually at the international architectural festival “Architecture”. Chairman of the Board of the Non-Profit Partnership “Council for Green Construction”; member of the worldwide program of the International Union of Architects (UIA) “Architecture and Renewable Energy Sources” – ARE (Architecture and Renewable Energy Sources). Since 2010, more than 30 articles have been published on the topic of sustainable architecture. Since 2015, he has been lecturing at the MARCH School of Architecture Institute on the principles of sustainable architecture.


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