Georgiy Esaulov

Professor, Doctor of Architecture, Honored Architect of the Russian Federation, Academician of the RAASN, Honorary Member of the Russian Academy of Arts, Honored Worker of Higher Professional Education of the Russian Federation.

On the basis of his scientific research, he characterized and proposed a periodization of architecture and urban planning in the South of Russia; developed a concept of cultural and environmental taxonomy of heritage; introduced the concept of a third layer in architecture.  A big number of his publications are devoted to trends in modern architecture and the work of Russian architects.

He is the author of over 350 works, including 8 monographs (Architectural Chronicle of Rostov-on-Don; together with V.A. Chernitsyna, 1999, 2002; Yakov Belopolsky, 2009; Architecture of the South of Russia. From history to the present, 2016, etc.), a series of developments for pre-university and higher education in architecture, art and design.

He is participant of art exhibitions and creative competitions, author of museum and exhibition expositions, paintings and graphics.