Julia Korensky

Foto: Sophia Hörmannsdorfer

Born in 1986, M.Arch, M.A.; Bachelor and Master Program at the Novosibirsk State Academy of Architecture and Fine Arts, Novosibirsk, Russia (2004-2011); Master program World Heritage Studies at Brandenburg Technical University, Cottbus, Germany (2011-2013), since April 2014 Ph.D. Student at the Brandenburg Technical University Cottbus-Senftenberg in the Faculty of Architecture, Chair of Architectural Conservation.

Research focus: historic country houses in England; reuse of residential buildings in ruins; sustainable development of heritage sites.

 

Forschungsprojekt:

Approaches to Country House Ruins in England

Publikationen:

Korensky, Julia (2014): The unique features of the Uralmash Sotsgorod and recommendations for its preservation as a heritage site of Soviet epoch. (Fragment of Master Thesis “The unique architectural and urban concepts of Soviet “Socialist Cities” of the 1920s-1940s: the case of the Uralmash Sotsgorod”), in: "Future of the Past: DK UZTM futurology ", Ekaterinburg Academy of Modern Art, Ekaterinburg, 2014 (in print).

Korensky, Julia (2011): The City of Gdansk. In: Polish Heritage: A Brief Introduction. Produced by the entering class of the World Heritage Studies (M.A.) Program at Brandenburg University of Technology, Cottbus, 2011, p.28-31.

Chikurkova (Korensky), Likhachev (2011): Studio as an essential element of architecture and art institute of higher education. In: Scientific and Research Conference "Architectural and urban problems of Siberian city", Book of Abstracts, 01 February 2011, Novosibirsk, Russia, p. 36. (Publication is in Russian)

Chikurkova (Korensky), Likhachev (2009): Creating accessible architectural environment forprofessional education of disabled people. In: Intellectual potential of Siberia: Novosibirsk Interuniversity Student Scientific Conference. Section: Life cycle and human health, Book of Abstracts, 20-21 May 2009, NSMU, Novosibirsk, Russia, p. 84. (Publication is in Russian)

Chikurkova (Korensky), Likhachev (2009): The problem of adaptation of architecture and art institute of higher education for people with limited mobility. In: Intellectual potential of Siberia: Novosibirsk Interuniversity Student Scientific Conference, Section: Theory and History of Architecture and Art, Architecture and Design, Urban and regional planning of Novosibirsk, Book of Abstracts, 20-21 May 2009, NSAAFA, Novosibirsk, Russia, p. 48. (Publication is in Russian)