Moscow Metro Stations International Competition

Submission: March 13, 2017
Registration: December 15, 2016
Language: English, Russian
Location: Moskow, Russia
Prizes: Please check details below
Type: Open


The objective of the competition is to create unique design solutions for the interiors and entrance pavilions of three new stations of the Third Interchange Contour — “Sheremetyevskaya”, “Rzhevskaya”, “Stromynka”.

It is important to realize that the Moscow Metro is one of recognizable symbols of the capital, its visual look has been developed in parallel with the city architecture and reflects its history. The open professional competition for these three new stations will help to find fresh architectural and artistic standards for future design of Moscow Metro stations and allow to implement unique projects for the selected stations.

The competition initiator is Mosinzhproekt JSC, under the auspices of the Moscow City Government and involving Sergey Kuznetsov – Chief Architect of Moscow.

Both Russian and foreign teams can take part in the competition including specialists in the field of architecture, interior design, engineering, urban planning, economics and finance. Foreign participants are allowed to be a part of a consortium with Russian legal body.


NOVEMBER 15, 2016 – Competition start, press conference

NOVEMBER 22, 2016 – Design seminar for participants

DECEMBER 15, 2016 – Call for bids deadline

JANUARY 24, 2017 – Jury session. Selection of finalists

FEBRUARY 2, 2017 – Orientation seminar for the Competition finalists with the participation of the Initiator and the Organizing Committee

MARCH 13, 2017 – Submission of entries by finalists

APRIL 4, 2017 – Jury session, choice of the best competition proposals


The Finalists whose Proposals have the first number on the results of the evaluation and comparison of the Jury of Proposals in each Nomination are recognized as the Winners.

The organizer pays each Finalist four hundred thousand (400,000) rubles (including all taxes and fees applicable to the Finalist). Remuneration includes:

  • the remuneration of the Finalist in the amount of one thousand (1,000) rubles (including all taxes and fees applicable to the Finalist) for the alienation in favor of the Organizer the exclusive rights provided by the Articles 1229, 1270 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation, including the right to rework the project.
  • the payment of all costs of the Finalist for the preparation and submission of the Proposal in the amount of three hundred and ninety-nine thousand (399,000) rubles (including all taxes and fees applicable to the Finalist). The Organizer pays to the Finalists the remuneration not earlier than twenty (20) working days after the announcement of the Competition results.

Go to the competition’s website