Contest of architecture & design projects of young architects aimed at transforming the four signature locations of LETI campus
The Contest is dedicated to the 135th anniversary of LETI, St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University
Historical buildings of LETI make the postcard views of St. Petersburg, and its campus on the Apothecary island is the popular site for numerous films and TV series about life and events in St. Petersburg – Petrograd – Leningrad.
Today the 135-year old Magical Electrotechnical develops new education projects and university research of the XXI century, LETI seeks new solutions for organizing its academic spaces.
The competition was attended by young architects and designers, students and professionals up to 35 years old. More than 200 projects of transformation of university spaces were presented.
Exhibition of Finalists
Contest sites and nominations
LETI announced the winners of the "LETI: Future Academic Spaces" contest for young architects, whose projects will make an update for the university's iconic locations…
LETI hosted the international discussion, where educators, urbanists, and architects shared best practices and trends in campus renovation…
Screens, Trampolines, and Interactive R&D Project Exchange: How LETI Students See the Transformation of Its Spaces
International and Russian students of LETI discussed proposals for the development of public spaces on the campus, opening a public vote for the best project of the architectural contest "LETI: Future Academic Spaces"…
A jury of the contest "LETI - Future Academic Spaces" presented twenty projects, which will compete for the right to be implemented in the university…
Pekka Helin, a member of the jury of the contest to transform LETI's spaces, spoke about the role of tradition and innovation in architecture and his student projects…
Ruud Reutelingsperger, a member of the Jury in the Contest "LETI – Future Academic Spaces," shares his opinion about the winning design for public spaces, St. Petersburg development, and story-telling places…
On April 9 more than 100 students from St. Petersburg University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (GASU) visited the LETI campus. They came to see the sites of the International Contest "LETI: Future Academic Spaces"… On April 9 more than 100 students from St. Petersburg University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (GASU) visited the LETI campus.…
In an interview, Dutch architect Pascale Leistra talks about approaches to campus development in the Netherlands and around the globe and how ETU “LETI” can use it to reinvent its public and learning spaces…
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