In the beginning was the Space!


This is exactly how we interpret the famous line which defines the basis for existence. Everything in this world begins with space. Space gives birth to form, and form saturates reality with content and gives meaning and freedom for emotions and impressions. We believe that space can inspire!

We strive to ensure that our projects become new symbols of their place and their time, centers of attraction and new cultural heritage sites. Our own approach to the art of architecture includes not only a high level of professionalism, but also additional artistic value that arises as a result of a painstaking quest for the perfect form. We design a lively, visually diverse, and informative environment, in order to create a new quality of life.

25 years of design experience

At the heart of a successful architectural office lie unique artistic strategies, courtesy of Anton Nadtochiy and Vera Butko, ATRIUM’S directors and creative leaders. The essence of these strategies consists of an individual approach to each project as well as in an artistic rethinking of functional and spatial objectives.
The accumulated 25 years of experience in projects of various scales and typologies, as well as the organisation, brilliant staff and state-of-the-art equipment of the company allow us to successfully implement most complex and large-scale projects to the smallest detail.

Team of 100 professionals

We are a team of like-minded people: architects, urban planners, designers, landscape specialists, visualizers, structural engineers, and managers.
The format of office organization allows to involve each team member in the creative process and collectively find best solutions. At our projects we act as a general designer and take responsibility for every stage of design process - from idea conception to its implementation.



founders

  • Anton Nadtochiy

  • Vera Butko

Directors and partners

  • Alexey Kalashnikov

  • Gennady Nadtochiy

  • Irina Galaktionova

  • Petr Alimov

  • Sergey Nadtochiy

  • Yanna Vorontsova

Management

  • Valentina Volskaya

  • Victoria Gaidai

  • Vitaly Kravchenko

  • Dmitry Vladimirov

  • Evgeny Pavlov

  • Elena Pavlova

  • Elizaveta Shchetnikova

  • Ivan Larionov

  • Maria Getmanchuk

  • Olga Kuznetsova

  • Olga Nazarova

  • Svetlana Edko

  • Tatiana Evdokimova

  • Julia Grezneva

  • Yulia Shishalova

Lead architects

  • Adel Khakimullin

  • Aykaz Papertyan

  • Alexander Sechenov

  • Alexey Sorokin

  • Alina Klitina

  • Almira Shagiakhmetova

  • Anastasia Galutkina

  • Andrey Sizyuk

  • Anna Alenicheva

  • Artem Shakhmaev

  • Vasily Azarenkov

  • Daniil Gavrish

  • Daria Belyakova

  • Dmitry Zrazhevsky

  • Dmitry Khudenkikh

  • Ekaterina Zvereva

  • Ekaterina Kotlova

  • Elizaveta Malakhova

  • Ivan Potapenko

  • Natalia Zurina

  • Nikita Kuchinsky

  • Nikita Rybin

  • Nikolay Zaitsev

  • Olga Romanova

  • Polina Yavna

  • Roman Kuzmin

  • Roman Khorev

  • Svetlana Makarova

  • Svetlana Kharitonova

  • Sergey Ryauzov

  • Tatiana Sokolskikh

  • Yulia Zykina

  • Yulia Ranneva

Architects

  • Alexander Dietrich

  • Alexander Ivanov

  • Alexander Komissarov

  • Alexander Chvilev

  • Alisa Silantieva

  • Anastasia Metelskaya

  • Anastasia Tretyakova

  • Arseny Bychkov

  • Akhmet Khakimov

  • Veronica Kaneva

  • Victoria Sailaonova

  • Vladislav Aleinikov

  • Daria Chernobrova

  • Dilyara Khamidulina

  • Ekaterina Polyakova

  • Elizaveta Ivochkina

  • Ivan Levin

  • Ivan Khripkov

  • Ilya Pilyugaev

  • Ksenia Matveeva

  • Margarita Zykova

  • Marina Ilyazova

  • Matvey Naumov

  • Natalia Yagnyukova

  • Natalia Kanochkina

  • Nikolay Fedotov

  • Polina Chirkina

  • Regina Shamatova

  • Svetlana Khairova

  • Tatiana Rogozina

  • Tatiana Taratuta

  • Ellina Poltavtseva

  • Yulia Ivanchenko

constructors

  • Alexander Chernov

  • Albina Vakhitova

  • Anton Epifanov

  • Ekaterina Pavlishcheva

  • Elena Malinovskaya

  • Irina Kagaykina

  • Kirill Fomichev

  • Costas Lajos

  • Natalia Suvorova

  • Sofia Krasilnikova

  • Elvira Sidorova

  • Yulia Akimova

More than 200 projects

Our landscape, interior and urban environment designs are unique spaces that provide a vivid visual experience. Our projects are functional, ergonomic, and technological. They set high consumer and professional standards. From private houses to urban planning projects, they are responsive to their context and specifications.
Our projects are a source of pride for us and our clients, with whom we build long-term, partnerships and close professional relationships. Striving for the best outcome and taking into account the needs of the client, together we overcome all the difficulties that may arise in the process of project development. We are interested in exploring new national and cultural contexts, therefore, the geography of our projects stretches from Moscow to Kaliningrad and Yakutsk and from Tbilisi to Almaty.

Continuous development

Moving at the forefront of Russian architecture and design, we are constantly learning and mastering the latest technologies: BIM, VR, parametrics, 3D printing, etc. We are constantly experimenting, developing our skills, and moving forward. We follow the latest trends of modern world and Russian architecture as well as aim to acquire important experience of cooperation with leading architecture studios from Europe, the USA and Japan.
We actively participate in the development of architects’ professional environment and quality of architecture in Russia, always eager to share our experience: we teach, give presentations and lectures, participate in exhibitions and support educational and professional initiatives. ATRIUM’s projects are published in professional publications, catalogues and guidebooks. The Tatlin publishing house has published two monographs dedicated to the works of ATRIUM. Many of our projects have been repeatedly awarded with Russian and international prizes, and the studio itself has won many closed and open architectural competitions.

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