Шорт-лист <> Shortlist

Два проекта архитектурной лаборатории SA lab вошли в шорт-лист Международного конкурса в области дизайна и архитектуры АрхиВызов 2017.
В номинации "модульный дом" - проект О-ДОМ.
В номинации "архи-точка" - проект павильона ЯСНО.
Победитель определится в ходе голосования жюри 2 сентября.

We are happy to say that two projects by SA lab are in the short-list of International design and architecture competition ArchiChallenge 2017.
In a "Modular house" nomination - project O-DOM.
In a "Archi-spot" nomination - pavilion YASNO.
The winner will be announced by the jury on September, 2.


SA lab project for 'Landscape for New Ohta' competition was chosen for short-list.

Find the project at the exhibition AlterSPb in the the Youth Center of the State Hermitage untill 02/09/15. 

Проект  от команды SA lab для конкурса 'Ландшафт для Новой Охты' попал в шорт-лист.

Проект можно посмотреть на выставке AlterSPb в Молодежном центре Государственного Эрмитажа до 02/09/15.

Silent Storm

"Silent Storm" was created as a modern form for resting and seating of people. Saint-Petersburg is a city with historical heritage from several centuries. Yet we think, the city has a lack of objects, that definitely refer to the XXI century. "Silent Storm" is a project, that appeared because of this contradiction and aimed at bringing contemporary technologies into the city fabric. Our street furniture design seeks inspiration in the close connection of St-Petersburg  to the sea and streams to underline this historical link by means of parametric design.


Processes of erosion as a way to design an adaptive city

Location: Shanghai, China
Tutor: Daniel Gillen
Project team: Stepan Kukharskiy, Alina Chereyskaya, Liu Qinglin, Xu Quan He
Project year: July, 2013

The topic of AA Shanghai Global School 2013 was ‘Adaptive City’ with three directions: inner urbanism, offshore urbanism and peripheral urbanism. The aim was to investigate new computational design approaches in architecture and urbanism, within the context of Shanghai. 
Our studio was focused and developed on the process of erosion as generative, algorithmic and parametric design approach to adaptive peripheral urbanism. Testing scripts, analysing evolution we created a dynamic model in result. In the beginning of the research we came up with the idea of an inside and outside erosion and found factors that can influence the system from within the site borders and from outside. The inspiration was taken from nature and also identity features of China, that’s why the flower was chosen as a symbol. Flower is a flexible system that changes in time according to weather conditions, time of the day and so on. We understood periphery as an edge condition that can be found not only the outskirts of the city, but between high rise and low rise areas, dense and undense zones.