(1908, St. Petersburg. – 1988, Leningrad)
Architect, watercolorist. Son of Catherine Leontyevna Benoit (1883-1970) and architect Ludwig L. Shreter (1878-1911), the great-grandson of Nicholas Leontyevich Benois. The brother of architect Marianne's Ludwigovna Vinogradova (1902-1982) and artist Gali of Ludwigovna, Voitkevich (1906-2001).
He studied at the theatrical-decorative Department of the State. art and industrial College (1925-1927), at the architectural faculty of the Academy of fine Arts (1932-1937). Worked mainly in Leningrad, Giprogor, Lenoblproekt, the Lenproject Institute; created new ensembles and neighborhoods in the post-war city. He owns the land the area of Courage and metro station (1973-1975), the layout of the blocks in Peterhof, Strelna. Tried to preserve the natural landscape (district Shuvalovo-Ozerki, Yuzhno-Primorsky Park).
Professor of architecture, head of architectural Studio (since 1973) at the Institute. Repin.
Wife, artist Olga Ivanova. Children artist Marianne Loginova (b. 1941) and the architect Elena Loginova (b. 1946).