Shchetinina, Anna Alexandrovna Architectural Collection

Anna Alexandrovna Shchetinina Architectural Collection, 2001-2005 Ms.2007.031


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Repository
Special Collections and University Archives, Virginia Tech
Identification
Ms.2007.031
Title
Anna Alexandrovna Shchetinina Architectural Collection2001-2005
Quantity
0.2 Cubic Feet 1 box
Creator
Shchetinina, Anna Alexandrovna
Language
The materials in the collection are in Russian.
Abstract
Anna Alexandrovna Shchetinina (19578-present) graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute in 1982. Anna Shchetinina founded her architecture studio, TERRA, in 1991. Anna Schetinina serves as the Head of the Studio. TERRA focuses on interior design as well as larger projects. Some projects of note include Anna's work on the interior design for the cinema "Drummer" and restaurants in Ostankino tower. Anna Shchetinina is a member of the Union of Architects of Russia and the Russian Artists' Union. The collection consists of project files, floor plans, interior design plans, and other materials related to seven projects Shchetinina's studio worked on between 2001-2005.

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Collection is open for research.

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Source of Acquisition

The Anna Alexandrovna Shchetinina Collection was donated to the IAWA at Special Collections in October 2007 by its creator.

Processing Information

The processing, arrangement, and description of the Anna Alexandrovna Shchetinina was completed in October 2015.


Biographical Note

Anna Alexandrovna Shchetinina is a Soviet and Russian architect, interior designer, and modern artist.

Anna Shchetinina was born on April 27, 1958 in Moscow, USSR. Anna Shchetinina's father was a Soviet physicist. He was the head of the Expirimental Labratory and the Central Aerological Observatory Expeditions at the USSR Academy of Sciences in Moscow. Her mother was the Deputy Chief Economist for "Dzerzhinets."

In 1982, Anna graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute. In 1991, she opened Terra, an architectural firm in Moscow concentrating on private interiors and larger projects. As the head of Terra, Shchetinina worked on the cinema called "Drummer" and restaurants in Ostankino Tower, which is owned by the unitary enterprise Russian TV and Radio Broadcasting Network in Moscow.

Her first marriage was to Vasily Vladimirovich Bychkov from 1977-1990. Bychkov is a Soviet architect, Russian businessman, and public and political figure. Bychkov is also a member of the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation.

Between 1994-1995, Anna Shchetinina remarried an English architect and moved to the United Kingdom. While residing in the United Kingdom, Shchetinina worked on several private galleries.

Shchetinina was encouraged by friends to return to Russia. She became the head of landscape workshops for the Nikola-Lenivets park, a place for artists to live and work. At Nikola-Lenivets, Anna met Vasily Mikhailovichy Shchetinina, a Russian artist and architect. Shchetinina and Shchetinin married in 1996.

Anna Shchetinina is also a member of the Union of Architects of Russia and the Russian Union of Artists. Her firm, Terra, is still active and undertakes projects of design and reconstruction of residential, public, and industrial buildings. In addition, Terra offers landscape organization, creation of interior items, and art layouts. Terra has been published in various architectural journals including "Arch-Moscow", "Headquarters", "The Best Interiors", "Tabouret", "Architectural Herald", and others.

Scope and Contents

This collection contains project records by Anna Alexandrovna Shchetinina, the head of the Terra architectural firm in Moscow, Russia. This collection contains seven project records dated from 2001-2006.

The project records show a four-story residentail home with an angled glass wall, 2001; the interior and exterior construction and design plans for a large residence with a pool, 2002; the project records for a dacha, 2004; the interior and exterior reconstruction and design plans for Irito Great Wall Motors car dealership showroom, offices, garage, and restaurant, 2005; and the site survey for a large electric insulator factory, 2006.

Arrangement

The collection consists of a single series which is arranged in chronological order.

Subjects and Indexing Terms


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Container List

box-folder 1 folder: 1
Residential house in the village of Ivanovskoye, in the Istrinsky district, Moscow oblast, 2001. [Zhiloy dom v pos. Ivanovskoye, Istrinkovo, r-na, Moscovskoy Oblasti, 2001.]
2001Russian.
Scope and Content

This project record includes floor plans for a residential home, including a small house for a caretaker and a summer barbeque area.

box-folder 1 folder: 2
Working draft: reconstruction of a country home. Exterior. Village of Penates, Moscow oblast. 2002. [Rabochi proyekt reconstruktsi zagorodnovo zhilovo doma. facadi. Poc. Penati, Mosckovskoy oblasti. 2002.]
2002Russian.
Scope and Content

Floor plan and computer rendering of a country home.

box-folder 1 folder: 3
Working draft: reconstruction of a country home. Exterior. Village of Penates, Moscow oblast. 2002. [Rabochi proyekt: reconstruktsi zagorodnovo zhilovo doma facadi. pos. Penati, Moscovskoy oblasti. 2002.]
2002Russian.
Scope and Content

Floor plan and computer rendering of the interior design plan.

box-folder 1 folder: 4
Designs of a Banya: the Oven-House. 2004. [Proyekt doma-pechi. 2004.]
2004Russian.
Scope and Content

Floor plans and photographs of a model for a banya.

box-folder 1 folder: 5
Design project showroom located at address: Mitnaya St., house number 66. 2005. [Dizayn proyekt avtosalon, racpolozhenovo po adresu, ulitza mitnaya, dom 66. 2005.]
2005Russian.
Scope and Content

Site plans for the Irito car dealership. Photographs of the exterior as well as floor plans and computer renderings of the interior plan.

box-folder 1 folder: 6
Remodeling of the garage building with the car dealership in the city of Moscow, Mitnaya st., house number 66. Architectural solutions. 2005. [Pereplanirovka chasti zdaniya garazha s avtosalona v g. Mosckva, ul. Mitnaya, 66. Arkitekturnaya resheniya. 2005.]
2005Russian.
Scope and Content

Detailed floor plan and computer renderings for the interior design plan.

box-folder 1 folder: 7
Detailed plan of the territory of "Gzhel factory 'electric insulators'" 2005. [Proyekt detalnoy planirovki teratori OAO "Gzhelski zavod 'Elektroizolyator'" 2005.]
2005Russian.
Scope and Content

Site survey with computer renderings for the Gzhel factory.