Autor: Vladimir Radutny Architects

Vladimir Radutny was born in Nikolayev, Ukraine in 1978. In 1989, he and his family arrived in Chicago as part of an immigration wave of Russian Jewish refugees from the former Soviet Union.

He earned both his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Architecture from The University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign where he also had opportunities to study abroad at several European architecture programs.

After graduating, Vladimir moved to London, England where he spent two years practicing at Boyarsky Murphy Architects. During that period, he traveled throughout Europe documenting important works of architecture and compiling a series of studies, e.g., “Temporary Permanence”.

After his return to Chicago in 2004, he has worked at Perkins + Will Architects and Krueck  + Sexton Architects where his involvement covered a range of residential, commercial and institutional projects.

In 2008, Vladimir founded his Chicago-based architecture and design studio. Since starting his practice he has also held teaching appointments at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Illinois Institute of Technology College of Architecture where he continues to teach.

Since inception, his practice has been recognized with numerous national and international design awards, in 2016 Vladimir Radutny was awarded the “Dubin Family Young Architect Award” recognizing excellence in ability and exceptional contribution by Chicago area architect between
the ages of 25 and 39.

Today, Vladimir’s multi-disciplinary Architecture practice focuses on innovative design solutions that challenge the conventional interpretations of space, function, and material use. His studio’s approach is ideas-driven, relying on imagination and experience to identify the creative nuances
within each project. He strongly believes in Architecture as an art form with capacity to not just alter space, but to change perceptions, feelings and habits, transcending the workplace, home, or in-between. The outcome of his studio’s work exemplifies the cohesion of spatial logic and consideration of light as a foundation in crafting the “unexpected.”

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