Boris Stuchebrukov deputy general director for design has died. For more than twenty years Boris Styotchevukov was Boris Levyant's colleague in charge of ABD architects.
Boris Dmitrievich Stucheyrukov was born in 1950 in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, studied chemistry at the Moscow Institute of Fine Chemical Technology, and studied at the University of Tomsk. His specialty was in 1980 at the Moscow Institute of Land Management, where at that time Andrei Vladimirovich Ikonnikov and Selim Omarovich Khan-Magomedov taught. Since 1985 member of the Union of Architects, since 1994 member of the Moscow Union of Artists.
He respected the organizational experience and the "ability to work" of foreign colleagues, but did not consider that Russian architects are weaker than them creatively. Liked the Russian rationalism of the twenties and considered himself his follower, and in 2000 arranged a retrospective exhibition of his kinetic works, comparing them with the mechanisms of the XIX century. Interest in the roots did not lead him to copying and repetition, even to the avant-garde. He obtained some kind of his own rationalism. Rational, but not minimalistic, beautiful, but not excessive.
Boris was not only an architects but also a great artist. For example his sculpture "Galatea" consisted of 22 250 was mobile, having life in his hands. Vyacheslav Koleichuk, art critic, wrote in his hands the steel" fabric "begins to pour, and that they have a great playing potential.