Biography and informationEdit
Member of the CPSU(b) since 1944. Graduated from the Leningrad. AH (1928), a pupil of I. Fomin and V. Shchuko. From 1928 he worked in the architectural. workshop of the Leningrad city Council. Since 1933 worked in Moscow. A participant of the war. In 1955-61 1st sekr. Of the Union of architects of the USSR. One of the authors of the project of the House of political convicts (1930) and student dormitories (1932-33) in Leningrad, the building of people's Commissars of the Ukr.SSR in Kiev (1934-38), a complex of buildings of Moscow state University (1949-53) and other buildings. The Winner Of The St. St. (1949).
[14(27).XII.1900 – 21.III.1961] is an architect, member of Asia of the USSR. He was born in M. Svoboda of Zolotukhinskiy district of the Kursk province with a working class family. In 1910 A. the family moved to Baku, where in 1920 he graduated from a technical school. Then he graduated A. (1928) the Academy of arts in Leningrad.
A follower of the style of constructivism, A. is the author of the residential complex communal (house of political prisoners) on Revolution square in Leningrad (1928 – 1933). Since 1933 worked in Moscow, designed the home for a number of cities across the country. Is one of the co-authors of the house of the Council of Ministers of the Ukrainian SSR in Kiev (1934 – 1937), a high-rise building of Moscow State University on Lenin hills in Moscow (1949 – 1953) and other buildings, as well as the author of several works on the theory of architecture. Responsible Secretary of the Union of Soviet architects (1955 – 1961). Stalin prize (1949).