- Tag der Veröffentlichung
- Aktualisiert am
- Offener Wettbewerb
- Professionelle Organisationen im Bereich der integrierten Gebietsentwicklung, Masterplanung, Stadtplanung, Architektur, Design etc
- Government of Astrakhan region
- Agency for Strategic Development “CENTER” LLC, Moskau
- Finale Preisgerichtssitzung
1. Preis / Gewinner
GAU „Institute of the General Plan of Moscow“ (Moscow, Russia)
LLC Architectural and Design Bureau „ID“ (Astrakhan, Astrakhan region, Russia)
LLP Knight Frank (Moscow, Russia)
Asadov Architectural bureau (Moscow, Russia)
CITYTHINKING S. L. (Seville, Spain)
A.V. Averin (Astrakhan, Astrakhan region, Russia)
LLC „NPO YURGTs“ (Rostov-on-Don, Rostov region, Russia)
SC URBASOFIA SRL (Bucharest, Romania)
OKRA landschapsarchitecten BV (Utrecht, Netherlands)
Tasca Studio di Federico Scagliarini e Cristina Tartari Architetti Associati (Bologna, Italy)
LLC 'Orchestra design' (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
Agence Devilliers & Associés (Paris, France)
LLC Frontier (Moscow, Russia)
Astrakhan State University (Astrakhan, Astrakhan region, Russia)
LLC „SHTAB center for urban project“ (Moscow, Russia)
Angelina Davydova (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
Offener, zweistufiger Wettbewerb
Die Wahl des optimalen Masterplans für den Ballungsraum Astrachan, der das Szenario der Gebietsentwicklung unter Berücksichtigung der identifizierten Potenziale und vielversprechenden Bereiche der Integration umsetzt.
The optimal master plan choice for the Astrakhan agglomeration that implements the scenario of the territory development, taking into account the identified potential and promising areas of integration.
Preigericht / Jury
Igor Babushkin; Governor of the Astrakhan Region, chairman of the jury
Victor Smirnov; Director of the Department of Planning for Territorial Development of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Irek Fayzullin; Minister of Construction, Housing and Utilities of the Russian Federation
Galina Khovanskaya; Chairman of the Committee of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation on housing policy and housing and utilities services
Anton Finogenov; Deputy General Director of JSC DOM.RF
Tatiana Zhuravleva; Director of the Urban Competence Center of the Agency for Strategic Initiatives
Antoine Brugerol; Expert of the French architectural school école de Chaillot in the development and preservation of architectural heritage
Evgeniya Murinets; Member of the Expert Council of the Ministry of Construction of Russia on the formation of a comfortable urban environment, Member of the Expert Council of the ASI, Advisor to the Governor of the Astrakhan Region
Narine Tyutcheva; ICOMOS expert, UNESCO world cultural heritage expert, chief architect of the Foundation for the Preservation and Development of the Solovetsky Archipelago, head of „Re-School“, head of AB RDNK
Mikhail Bogomolov; Deputy Chairman of the Astrakhan Region Government, Minister of Construction and Housing and Communal Services of the Astrakhan Region
Dmitry Ovchinnikov; Deputy Chairman of the Astrakhan Region Government for Social Policy
Maria Permyakova; Head of the MO „City of Astrakhan“
Elena Ryazanova; Deputy Chairman of the Astrakhan Region Government, Minister of Finance of the Astrakhan Region
Kazbek Khadikov; Deputy Chairman of the Astrakhan Region Government, Minister of Economic Development of the Astrakhan Region
Alexander Sharykin; Vice Governor - Chairman of the Astrakhan Region Government
Tatiana Zolina; Rector of the Astrakhan State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering
Igor Martynov; Chairman of the Duma of the Astrakhan region
Igor Sedov; Chairman of the City Duma of the MO „City of Astrakhan“
Weitere Informationen zu den Gewinnern finden Sie unter /
More information about the winners can be found at:
on behalf of the head of the region, a master plan is being prepared – a strategy for development of the Astrakhan agglomeration
In December, by order of Astrakhan Region Governor Igor Babushkin, a large-scale project was launched. It should result in a comprehensive re-boot of the region’s capital, one of the centers of the Caspian Sea.
In the summer, the governor for the first time announced a large-scale project to transform Astrakhan through preparation of a comprehensive strategic document – the master plan for the agglomeration. The governor put forward the proposal on the necessity of this document at the Urban Planning Council, which has resumed its work. During discussion of current issues with the expert community, Igor Babushkin raised the importance of preserving the unique historical environment of Astrakhan and the formation of an integrated approach in solving the problems of the region: the nature of urban development, transport problems, improving housing and communal ser-vices, and improvement of public spaces. “Our goal is to move from the development of individual objects to the integrated planning of territories. At the same time, we will be able to use the best Russian and foreign practices for development of the region,” said the head of the region at the time.
For several months, the region has been collecting baseline data, and forming re-sources for effective interaction with citizens on issues of urban planning, architecture and urban environment development (in November, the digital “We are Astrakhanites” platform was launched). All this helped start the process already this year, which should bring the city to the level of leading regions of the country.
A Master Plan is globally accepted as the most effective strategic planning tool. It de-termines the priorities for the development of a territory, takes into account existing socio-economic factors as well as the tasks of spatial development and offers mecha-nisms to achieve the goals set. Explaining his decision to create the plan, Governor Igor Babushkin pointed out that Astrakhan not only has a glorious past and a unique historical heritage, but also has plenty of resources. All this will allow it to become a region that sets the vector of development for other cities.
The head decided not to postpone development of the project until 2021. An analytical study was launched at the beginning of December. Based on the data collected and tools of interaction between the authorities and the public, it should assess the poten-tial for the development of the Astrakhan agglomeration and propose scenarios for the region’s development.
The study will be of a practical nature. Experts will analyze the socio-economic situa-tion and main directions of development of the Astrakhan city, conduct a comprehen-sive assessment of the prerequisites for the development of the Astrakhan agglomer-ation, identifying the key areas of the territory, and propose the most effective devel-opment scenarios, taking into account its resource supply and areas of economic spe-cialization. It is important that there are plans to get both federal experts and the local community actively involved in making major changes in the region. Agency for Stra-tegic Development CENTER will work on the study. The company’ portfolio includes several dozen urban studies and major international professional competitions.
It is planned that the study will be complete in March 2021. Its results will form the basis of the objective for the open international competition for the master plan of the Astrakhan agglomeration, which is also due to start in March. Top Russian and interna-tional companies specializing in the integrated development of territories and urban planning, architecture, design, economics and financial modeling will be invited to par-ticipate. The expert jury will act as guarantors of quality and compliance with all proce-dures. It will consist of Russian and international experts in the field of urban planning, territory development, and historical heritage preservation. The competition will be held in two stages and will end in July 2021 with the announcement of the winner, who will then be able to participate in implementation of the master plan with the region and the city.
Astrakhan Region is a center of the Caspian Sea, which is a multinational and multi-confessional region. The region is home to almost 900 cultural heritage sites, 600 of which are located in the capital. Thanks to this, in 2010 the city was awarded the sta-tus of a historical settlement of federal importance. According to the Urban Environ-ment Quality Index developed by the Russian Ministry of Construction jointly with the DOM.RF Foundation, Astrakhan entered the list of cities with a comfortable environ-ment, with 181 points out of 360. The results of the study carried out by the Founda-tion for Civil Society Development (FCSD) showed that Astrakhan was among the top five most efficient regions of Russia in terms of the ratio of budget expenditure on administration and procurement to GDP. The city ranked fourth, behind only Moscow, St. Petersburg and the Republic of Tatarstan.
Monocentric urban agglomeration on the territory of Astrakhan Region. The core of the agglomeration is the city of Astrakhan. The agglomeration includes Ikryaninsky, Narimanovsky, Krasnoyarsky, Volodarsky, and Kamyzyaksky districts. The total area of the territory is 20,890 square kilometers. The population of Astrakhan urban agglom-eration is 635,000.