MARCH School of Architecture first graduates

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    Office building. A project of MARCH School graduate Natalia Bakaeva
    Office building. A project of MARCH School graduate Natalia Bakaeva
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    Office building. A project of MARCH School graduate Natalia Bakaeva
    Office building. A project of MARCH School graduate Natalia Bakaeva
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    Startups centre. A project of MARCH School graduate Julia Andreichenko
    Startups centre. A project of MARCH School graduate Julia Andreichenko
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    Startups centre. A project of MARCH School graduate Julia Andreichenko
    Startups centre. A project of MARCH School graduate Julia Andreichenko
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    Sports centre. A project of MARCH School graduate Daniel Barenboim
    Sports centre. A project of MARCH School graduate Daniel Barenboim
 MARSH independent architecture school, that gathered leading russian and foreign architects under one roof,  was first presented in the spring 2012. At the press-conference at the ARTPLAY design centre its principal Eugene Asse declared MARSH to become  a principally new educating model for Russia with the main objective – to foster 'thinking architectures'.

After strict preliminary examination of thinking architects from all over Russia, 36 students has left and were divided into 3 studious. During two consequent years they have been adopting experience from Sergey Skuratov, Sergey Choban, Anton Mosin, Nikita Tokarev Vladimir Plotkin and others. Now it's time to draw up the results. The final projects of the school's first graduates were presented on the 4th Moscow Architecture biennale.

All of the projects are dedicated to town-planing. Students show different approaches to the development of massive urban object in the historical centre of Moscow – Zaryadie. 

After two years of studying graduates has gained a diploma of Master of Architecture and Urbanism.