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Alekseevich Zakharov


Zl.-Q. AH the USSR Academy of arts. worker of arts of RSFSR. Member of the CPSU(b) since 1943. He graduated from the Leningrad Institute of civil engineering (1934). From 1937 he taught at the Moscow architectural Institute, from 1956 to MVHPU (1967-82 the rector of this Institute). Construction in Moscow (metro station "Kurskaya - ring", 1949; the building of the Museum – panorama "Borodino battle", with Z. S. Chernysheva, 1951-53; archit. part of the monument to Dzerzhinsky, 1958 etc.). The Winner Of The St. St. (1950).

Born in 1910 on the Dmitrov Dashevskii the hamlet parish (now Kozelsky district) of Kaluga province. Studied in 1929-1934 at the architectural faculty of the Leningrad Institute of engineering and public works (LEICS LEAGUE LISI). After Lieksa sent to the graduate Institute of the Academy of architecture of the USSR (1934-1937). After graduation continued to work at the Academy of architecture of the USSR. The first work, which brought fame, was winning the closed tender, in April 1941 the project of the panorama "Sturm Perekop". Many of the projects performed together with his wife — Zinaida Sergeyevna Chernysheva (the Moscow architectural Institute graduate, 1935). In 1941 evacuated to Chimkent, together with the Academy of architecture. He returned to Moscow in the autumn of 1942. In 1943 he won the contest, the Pantheon of heroes of the Patriotic war. Since the summer of 1945 to 1947 in the workshop-school Zholtovsky I. V. associate Professor (1945)-corresponding Member of the Academy of architecture of the USSR. Winner of the Stalin prize of the 1st degree for 1950 (the architecture of subway station Kurskaya-ring). Vice-rector, Professor, then rector MVHPU (former. Stroganov school). Corresponding member of the USSR Academy of arts, when opening in her Department of architecture in 1979.

(Source: Wikipedia)

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