Victoria Zaretsky, architect, with twenty-five years of professional experience in designing and realizing turnkey buildings and interiors. Since 2003 she has worked on luxury real estate projects in Moscow, Moscow region, Vladivostok and Kaliningrad, Russia, St. Tropez, France, in New York, Manhattan, Mill Basin, Manhattan Beach in the USA and in Granada, Spain.

Education:

Graduated from Cooper Union Institute in New York, Bachelor of Architecture in 1999.

Design and thesis work completed under the supervision of Dean John Heiduk, Prof. Ricardo Scofidio (Diller+Scofidio), Prof. Diane Lewis, Prof. Tony Candido.

She got her architect's license from NCARB (National Council of Architectural Registration Boards), USA in 2006.

Professional activities:

She has gained a wide range of experience working in architectural studios in the USA, Spain and Russia.

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At the corporation, Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP - New York, USA, participated in terminal projects at John F Kennedy Airport, New York, Continental, New Jersey, Columbus Circle Towers, New York, USA. In the workshop, Scogin Elam Bray - Atlanta, USA, under the supervision of the Dean of Harvard School of Architecture, Merrill Elam, participated in the design of the State Library, Atlanta, USA. In the workshop, Solomon Navadijos Arquitectos - Madrid, Spain, designed private residences near Madrid. At the design workshop, Mississippi University - Jaxson, USA, in 2001, was invited to design low-income residential neighborhoods. The project was recognized with a $450,000 Mississippi state grant.

As a partner of Zaretsky Architects LLP, in 2002 she designed a private antique library in Vega de Granada, Spain for Christina Hiren, an American aristocrat living in Spain. This was followed by projects for private residences in the United States for such personalities as Elizabeth Johnson, heiress of Johnson & Johnson Corporation, Trump International Hotel, Columbus Circle, Manhattan, Joselyn Wildenstine, Trump International Hotel at the United Nations, Manhattan and a townhouse on the Upper East Side, Manhattan, New York.

In Moscow, Russia and St. Tropez, France, private residences were designed and realized by Andrei Removich Bokarev, Igor Vladimirovich Ivanov, Dean of MGIMO Anatoly Vasilyevich Torkunov, and hockey player Vyacheslav Alexandrovich Fetisov. The residences are located in Barvikha Luxury Village, Gorki, Znamensky Prostory, Yakimanka and Ostozhenka in Moscow and opposite Russky Island in Vladivostok. Russky Island in Vladivostok. At the moment, the reconstruction of the German house of scientist Johannes Tinemann in Rybachy village on Kurshskaya Kos, Kaliningrad region, is underway.

The main emphasis of the work, to see embodied architectural concept, invented specifically for each demanding individual customer.

Architect, Alexander Zaretsky was a member of the Union of Architects of the USSR. In 1988, Alexander, as head of the design department at an institute in Vilnius, won an international competition and was invited to work with an architectural firm in Germany. But he chose to work in the United States, where he became a member of NCARB (National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and AIA (American Institute of Architects). He worked for large and prestigious firms before establishing his own practice. With TVs & Associates Architects, he designed: the Georgia World Congress Center, for which he received the first award from the American Institute of Architects; the Orlando Convention Center Auditorium; and the Philadelphia Convention Center. With Peter Marino Architects, he designed a private residence in the historic center of Milan, a Christian Dior boutique in Paris, and the Channel headquarters in New York. With Gensler, New York City, designed the Toys'YA US children's store in Times Square, New York City, and the design of the Liberty Science Museum in Statue of Liberty Park, New York City. In 2000, Alexander and Victoria Zaretsky founded Zaretsky Architect LLP in New York City.

As head of his bureau, he designed and built more than thirty luxury homes in some of the most prestigious neighborhoods in the United States. Among them are. homes, apartments and penthouses at the Trump International Hotel, Trump Tower, New York, New York, New York, New York, New York, New York, New York, New York, New York, New York. York.

In 2008 he was invited to Russia and realized the projects of estates in Zhukovka, Gorki 2-kykh, Barvikha, Gorki 2, Barvikha and Gorki 2. Zhukovka, Gorki 2, Barvikha, in the Tver region, in Akulinino, in Moscow on Ostozhenka and Yakiman. Ostozhenka and Yakimanka. At the same time he realized the reconstruction of the estate on the Côte d'Azur in France. Cote d'Azur in France.

Alexander Zaretsky

Architect, Alexander Zaretsky, was a member of the Union of Architects of the USSR. In 1988, Alexander, as head of the design department at an institute in Vilnius, won an international competition and was invited to work with an architectural firm in Germany. But he chose to work in the United States, where he became a member of NCARB (National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and AIA (American Institute of Architects). He worked for large and prestigious firms before establishing his own practice. With TVs & Associates Architects, he designed: the Georgia World Congress Center, for which he received the first award from the American Institute of Architects; the Orlando Convention Center Auditorium; and the Philadelphia Convention Center. With Peter Marino Architects, he designed a private residence in the historic center of Milan, a Christian Dior boutique in Paris, and the Channel headquarters in New York City. With Gensler, New York City, designed the Toys'YA US children's store in Times Square, New York City, and the design of the Liberty Science Museum in Statue of Liberty Park, New York City. In 2000, Alexander and Victoria Zaretsky founded Zaretsky Architect LLP in New York City.

As head of his office, he has designed and built more than thirty luxury homes in some of the most prestigious neighborhoods in the United States. Among them. homes, apartments and penthouses at the Trump International Hotel, Trump Tower, New York, New York. York.

In 2008 he was invited to Russia and realized the projects of estates in Zhukovka, Gorki 2, Barvikha, in the Tver region, in Akulinino, in Moscow in Ostozhenka and Yakimanka. Ostozhenka and Yakimanka. At the same time he realized the reconstruction of the estate on the Côte d'Azur in France. Côte d'Azur in France.

Alexander and his daughter Victoria established an architectural studio and worked together for sixteen years. After Alexander's sudden death in 2017, the work is continued and realized by Victoria at the head of AZ DESIGN ZARETSKY ARCHITECT.