Registration of participants opens
11 September - 07 November
Acceptance of competition applications closes
07 November - 08 November
Analysis of competition applications
08 November - 15 November
Jury session (selection of 5 teams)
21 November - 22 November
Seminar with the competition participants
Work of participants on the competition projects
25 November - 15 April
Finishing of the competition works acceptance
Expert opinion on the competition projects
16 April - 23 April
Finishing of the competition models acceptance
24 April - 25 April
Purpose of the Competition — to select five architectural and town-planning concepts for creation of a multifunctional city unit with a well-developed infrastructure, integrated into the city pattern and meeting the requirements of environmentally sustainable developments.
"DONSTROY" is the leading developing company of Moscow in the higher residential real estate segment: Business, Premium and De Luxe, and has been working in the Russian market since 1994. The company’s current projects portfolio includes 3,000,000 square metres. “DONSTROY” focuses on development of unique, non-standard residential real estate facilities, each of which is a masterpiece of creative architecture and exists as a single unit. The most known projects of the company are “Alye parusa”, “Vorobyevy gory”, “Triumph-palace”, House at Mosfilmovskaya” and other residential complexes, which have already become significant elements in the capital’s panorama. “DONSTROY” has high professional competence in implementation of large-scale projects with well-developed infrastructure. One of the company’s current projects is reorganization of an industrial territory with the area of 14 ha in the proximity of Shelepikhinskaya bank with creation of a modern comfortable city block in its place.
SUE "Research and Project Institute of Moscow City Master Plan" is a city planning design institute, the main business of which is design, land zoning and master planning of territories.
The competition is held under the auspices of the Government of Moscow.
He former chief architect of Berlin, a member of the Moscow Union of Architects
Date and place of birth
09. march 1941 in Lübeck
married to Margret Jahnke-Stimmann
bricklayer from April 1958 to April 1961
October 1962 to July 1965
Architecture college in Lübeck
October 1970 to May 1974
Townplanning Technical University Berlin (TUB)
April 1975 to October 1977
at the Technical University Berlin on Townplanning
October 1965 to October 1970
October 1977 to June 1980
Townplanner (employee) City of West-Berlin
June 1980 to June 1985
Scientist at the Townplanning Institute TU/Berlin
May 1986 to April 1991
Head of the building department in the City of Lübeck (elected)
1991 to October 2007
permanent Secretary and Director of
building and urban development in the City of Berlin
Public building and preservation of historic buildings
Since 1986 member of many local, national and
international architectural and urban design competitions
Since December 2007 Professor (hon.)
Technical University Dortmund
BDA (Bund Deutscher Architekten)
DASL (Deutsche Akademie für Städtebau- und Landesplanung
DW (Deutscher Werkbund
Neue Berlinische Architektur (Hrsg.), Berlin 1994
Wohnungsbau der 90er Jahre in Berlin, Berlin 1995
Downtown Berlin Mitte (Hrsg.), Berlin 1995
Babylon, Berlin etc.
Das Vokabular der europäischen Stadt, Berlin 1995
Von der DDR-Staatsmitte zur Stadtmitte, Berlin 2009
Berlino – Berlin
1940 – 1953 – 1989 – 2000 – 2010
Physiognomie einer Großstadt, Katalog der Biennale 2000
Von der Architektur- zur Stadtdebatte
Die Diskussion um das Planwerk Innenstadt (Hrsg.)
Neue Gartenkunst in Berlin, Berlin 2001
Die Architektur des neuen Berlin, Berlin 2005
Die gezeichnete Stadt
Die Physiognomie der Berliner Innenstadt
in Schwarz- und Parzellenplänen 1940 – 2010 (Hrsg.)
Stadthäuser - Handbuch und Planungshilfe, Berlin 2011
Zukunft des Kulturforums
Ein Abgesang auf die Insel der Objekte, Berlin 2012
Heimat auf Trümmern (mit J. Düwel)
Städtebau in Lübeck 1942 – 1959, Berlin 2013
Award for Achievement in urbanism
The Council for European Urbanism
Deutsche Akademie für Städtebau und Landesplanung
Goldene Ehrennadel der TU Berlin
The electronic versions of an application shall be uploaded via the competition’s Web-site in the “Application” section of the personal account. The printed version of the Competition Application (in 3 copies) shall be sent to the following address: 2-nd Brestskaya, 2/14, Moscow, Russian Federation, 125047.
In case of an Application being delivered by mail or courier service an Application is deemed to be delivered in time, providing: the corresponding mailing was handed for delivery to the mailing (determined by the mailing date stamp) or courier service by 6 P.M. Moscow time October 10, 2013, and such mail is received by 6 P.M. October 12, 2013 inclusive.
Important! If an Application is sent with the company’s courier and does not carry a date stamp, the documents shall be delivered by 6 P.M. Moscow time October 10, 2013.
1. The Competition Applications received after termination of the Applications receipt period are not accepted.
2. An Applicant is entitled in any time before termination of the registration period to recall its Application.
3. Those Applicants are qualified for participation in the Competition, who provided the complete set of the Competition Application documents.
See the details in the official competition document “Request for Expression of interest” in the section “Documentation”.
Acceptance of Competition applications closes — November 7, 2013.
Selection of 5 teams to participate in stage II of the Competition — November 21-22, 2013.
Acceptance of Competition projects closes — January 31, 2014.
Announcement of the results of the architectural and city planning rating — February 6, 2014.
For participants of Stage II of the Competition, in order to compensate for their expenses for the concept development and exclusive rights, a $150 000 reward fund was created, which will be equally distributed between the participants.
We invite architects and urban planners who are able to involve a team of experts in the fields of residential and public construction, transport infrastructure development, engineering, public spaces management, territory programming, ecology and sociology, areas improvement and landscaping.
General information about the competition and the conditions of participation for applicants.