St.Petersburg Pier shortlisted concepts unveiled

December 17, 2014,AEDT

Back in October, WLA reported that 8 teams were shortlisted to provide a concept design for the St.Petersburg Pier. These teams submitted their designs to the city on December 15. Each team received a $30,000 stipend to submit initial design concepts, complete with reports, renderings, cost estimates and a description | Read More

Shortlist announced for St.Petersburg Pier Competition 2.0

October 8, 2014,AEDT

The shortlist has been announced for the St.Petersburg Pier Design Competition. After Michael Maltzan Architecture – “The Lens” competition winning design was cancelled in 2013 after extensive public consultation, the city is looking for a new design for the pier. The City of St.Petersburg has enbarked on a truncated design competition for | Read More

2012 In Review | January

December 24, 2012,AEDT

We have selected three projects from each month that we published in 2012. First off is January with studio a+i winning design for the AIDS Memorial, Michael Maltzan with Tom Leader Studio winning submission for St. Petersburg Pier and Warrior Square Gardens by Gillespies. 

2011 Projects Review | October – December

December 31, 2011,AEDT

October National 9/11 Memorial | New York | PWP Landscape Architecture & Michael Arad 2016 Olympic Park Master Plan | Brazil | AECOM OKRA realizes architectonic intervention in Moscow at Sretenka Design Week

St.Petersburg Pier Design Competition Finalists unveil designs

December 5, 2011,AEDT

St. Petersburg has sponsored an international design competition for the redesign and replacement of its landmark Pier.  Finalists included  Bjarke Ingels Group, Michael Maltzan Architecture, and WEST 8 Urban Design and Landscape Architecture who submitted their designs on November 29 and are now displayed at the “Look, Think, Share” exhibit for public viewing | Read More

St.Petersburg could lose its UNESCO status *UPDATE*

September 3, 2009,AEDT

St. Peterburg, Russia could lose its UNESCO status as a World Heritage Centre if the plans of the world’s biggest natural gas company to build a 396 metre (1,299 ft) skyscaper go ahead. The $3 billion building designed by RMJM has still not been approved by the local government. SOURCE: | Read More