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Valeria Bovkun

Aviatorov-Baltiki 13, St. Petersburg, Russia
My name is Valeria, in June 2019 I completed a master's program in St. Petersburg in the direction of “Reconstruction and restoration of architectural heritage”. Now I work with architecture studio in Germany, where I am trying to apply my accumulated knowledge in real projects. I like to study industrial spaces, their features and capabilities. This is my passion. On the program "Future Architecture" I am submitting my research done independently over the past 6 months.

Preservation of Historical Industrial Objects


bioclimatic reconstruction of industrial spaces in a harsh climate on the example of St. Petersburg, Russia

Preservation of Historical Industrial Objects


bioclimatic reconstruction of industrial spaces in a harsh climate on the example of St. Petersburg, Russia
Integration of bioclimatic design into the structure of historical industrial space
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The project idea is associated with an increase in the number of abandoned or unused industrial territories in Russia, as well as a deterioration of the ecological situation in the world. Having studied successful foreign experience, a technique was developed for the reconstruction of inactive industrial facilities with minimal environmental impact specifically for Russia.

Integration of bioclimatic design methods into the structure of an industrial facility, taking into account the following factors: existing infrastructure, climatic features of the place, pollution of the territory, historical heritage, type of historical structures. Land reclamation, current function, environmental technologies and improved infrastructure will help revitalize the territory and preserve the spirit of the place.

In the course of the work, an interaction matrix of bioclimatic methods and the type of reconstruction was created.


The boundaries of the study were the industrial historical district "Chekushi" in St. Petersburg. The past and present of the place were studied in detail. And the main problems have been discovered: lack of greening, underdeveloped infrastructure, historically buildings are in a depressed state as well as pollution of the premises

By analyzing the existing functions, a new balance of the territory was developed taking into account the solution of existing problems. Fragment of the projection: the leather factory of the Brusnitsyn brothers in the historical district of "Chekushi"

The historical design of large and small forms of industrial warehouses was studied. Given the spirit of the place and the authentic building designs, a new green space was integrated into the interior of the industrial warehouse. Fragment of the projection: the leather factory of the Brusnitsyn brothers in the historical district of "Chekushi"

Using the cross section, the principle of the interaction of a historic building with new bioclimatic technologies is shown. The project provides for the maximum conservation of building protection items.
Fragment of the projection: the leather factory of the Brusnitsyn brothers in the historical district of "Chekushi"

The analysis of successful foreign experience in the reconstruction of industrial spaces helped to adapt various bioclimatic techniques to Russian design standards. A matrix of interaction of various energy-efficient technologies and types of reconstruction has been created.

Preservation of Historical Industrial Objects


bioclimatic reconstruction of industrial spaces in a harsh climate on the example of St. Petersburg, Russia

Preservation of Historical Industrial Objects


bioclimatic reconstruction of industrial spaces in a harsh climate on the example of St. Petersburg, Russia
Integration of bioclimatic design into the structure of historical industrial space
File under
Type of project
  • Site-specific cases

The project idea is associated with an increase in the number of abandoned or unused industrial territories in Russia, as well as a deterioration of the ecological situation in the world. Having studied successful foreign experience, a technique was developed for the reconstruction of inactive industrial facilities with minimal environmental impact specifically for Russia.

Integration of bioclimatic design methods into the structure of an industrial facility, taking into account the following factors: existing infrastructure, climatic features of the place, pollution of the territory, historical heritage, type of historical structures. Land reclamation, current function, environmental technologies and improved infrastructure will help revitalize the territory and preserve the spirit of the place.

In the course of the work, an interaction matrix of bioclimatic methods and the type of reconstruction was created.


The boundaries of the study were the industrial historical district "Chekushi" in St. Petersburg. The past and present of the place were studied in detail. And the main problems have been discovered: lack of greening, underdeveloped infrastructure, historically buildings are in a depressed state as well as pollution of the premises

By analyzing the existing functions, a new balance of the territory was developed taking into account the solution of existing problems. Fragment of the projection: the leather factory of the Brusnitsyn brothers in the historical district of "Chekushi"

The historical design of large and small forms of industrial warehouses was studied. Given the spirit of the place and the authentic building designs, a new green space was integrated into the interior of the industrial warehouse. Fragment of the projection: the leather factory of the Brusnitsyn brothers in the historical district of "Chekushi"

Using the cross section, the principle of the interaction of a historic building with new bioclimatic technologies is shown. The project provides for the maximum conservation of building protection items.
Fragment of the projection: the leather factory of the Brusnitsyn brothers in the historical district of "Chekushi"

The analysis of successful foreign experience in the reconstruction of industrial spaces helped to adapt various bioclimatic techniques to Russian design standards. A matrix of interaction of various energy-efficient technologies and types of reconstruction has been created.


Idea by

Valeria Bovkun
Aviatorov-Baltiki 13
St. Petersburg
Russia
My name is Valeria, in June 2019 I completed a master's program in St. Petersburg in the direction of “Reconstruction and restoration of architectural heritage”. Now I work with architecture studio in Germany, where I am trying to apply my accumulated knowledge in real projects. I like to study industrial spaces, their features and capabilities. This is my passion. On the program "Future Architecture" I am submitting my research done independently over the past 6 months.