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Source: Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering – Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering – Fedor Perov and Alexandra Eremeeva

On the eve of Russian Science Day, we are talking about the dynasties of scientists who have worked and are working within the walls of our university. One of the most famous is the Perov dynasty.

Fedor Viktorovich Perov, Associate Professor of the Department of Architectural Design, graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of LISI (SPbGASU) in 1979. He worked at the Leningrad Zonal Research and Design Institute for Standard and Experimental Design of Residential and Public Buildings (LenZNIIEP). The Institute dealt with the problems of the Arctic and the North and built the cities of Nadym and Novy Urengoy. In 1986, Fedor Viktorovich returned to his native university as a teacher. In his opinion, young people are showing great interest in the Arctic. Many people want to develop northern cities to make them more modern and comfortable. The topic of Arctic tourism is in demand.

The daughter of Fyodor Viktorovich Perov, Alexandra Fedorovna Eremeeva, graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of St. Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering in 2012 and works at the department together with her father. Under her leadership, students write their final qualifying papers on an Arctic topic and travel to the Arctic Circle to see research objects with their own eyes.

“The study of architecture has attracted me since childhood. The family has a large library of architectural publications. It has been collected over several generations. Working at SPbGASU allows you to transfer knowledge to aspiring architects, as well as engage in self-development,” said Alexandra Eremeeva.

Fedor Viktorovich’s cousin, Alexey Fedorovich Perov, a senior lecturer at the Department of Architectural Environment Design, who graduated from LISI in 1985, also works at SPbGASU. Alexey Fedorovich reads the disciplines “Architectural Design Design” and “Detailed Design”. The teacher pays a lot of attention to student participation in competitions held by public and municipal organizations. The purpose of such competitions is to improve people’s living conditions and improve the territory.

Several more Perovs graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and dedicated their lives to architecture:

Evgeny Viktorovich Perov, brother of Fyodor Viktorovich Perov, – in 1984; Denis Fedorovich Perov, brother of Alexey Fedorovich Perov, – in 1997; Nikolai Alekseevich Perov, son of Alexey Fedorovich Perov, – in 2011

The maternal ancestor of Alexei Fedorovich Perov is Nikolai Vasilyevich Vasiliev (1875–1958), a graduate of the Institute of Civil Engineers in 1901, the author of the St. Petersburg Cathedral and Cathedral Mosque and other buildings.

Alexandra Fedorovna Eremeeva’s maternal ancestor is the architect Adolf Ivanovich Schambacher (1847–1910), the author of several apartment buildings in the center of St. Petersburg, who worked for many years in the Department of Institutions of Empress Maria.

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