ANANYAN Telemak Alberti

2017 – CEO of LLC “ITAKA – Architecture and Design” studio, Moscow, Russia.

2007 – 2017 – Founder and chief architect of “ITHAKA – Architecture and Design” Studio, Moscow, Russia.

2014 -2015 — Presidential Academy – Russian academy of National Economy and State Administration, Master of Public Administration.

2014 – 2015 – Moscow Architectural School, Master of Public Administration, Land Development.

2014 – Board member of Pan-Armenian Association of Architects and Engineers.

2009 – Member of Armenian Union of Architects.

2005 – 2007 – Researcher for the SIC Yerevan State University of Architecture and Construction (YSUAC), RA; lecturer of the Chair of Theory and History of Architecture and Restoration of Architectural Monuments of the YSUAC, RA.

2002 – 2005 – Doctoral student at the Chair of History of Architecture, History of Urban Planning and Monuments Conservationunder the sceintific supervision of professor, Dr. Hartmut Hofrichter. Department of Architecture and Urban Planning of Technical University of Kaiserslautern, Germany.

2001 – 2004 – Post-Graduate student at the Chair of Theory and History of Architecture and Restoration of Architectural Monuments under the sceintific supervision of professor, Dr. Yuri Safaryan, ANUAC, RA.

2000 – 2001 – Internship and employment at the 6th workshop of hounored architect of Roa Professor Stepan Qyurqchyan, “Yerevanproekt” Projecting Institute, RoA.

1999 – 2001 – Assistant architect, later project architect in architectural and construction Company “Burg 999,” Yerevan, RA.

Author of more than ten scientific articles and publications published in Armenia, Germany and the USA.

Laureate of 12 International awards and diplomas, including the All-Russia Festival “Zodchestvo,” the World Architectural Festival, the Yerevan Biennale, the Glass in Architecture Contest and others, has been awarded the medal of Arshil Gorky of the RA Ministry of Diaspora, for contribution to Armenian art abroad. Artistic skills: architectural graphics, drawing.

Languages: Russian, Armenian, English, German and French.