Volodymyr Lopatko

is an Associate Professor of the Department of Reconstruction, Restoration of Architectural Objects, the Kharkiv National University of Civil Engineering and Architecture (KNUCEA).

Being an architect-restorer with long term experience, he works for the preservation of architectural heritage. He is representative of the Kharkiv region in the Ukrainian Committee of ICOMOS and a member of the Ukrainian chapter of DOCOMOMO International, a non-profit organization dedicated to the documentation and conservation of modernist architecture.

Olesya Chagovets

is a creative entrepreneur and an architect-restorer. The scope of her activities includes architecture, architectural design, and research in the field of architectural heritage protection.

She is a project manager of the NGO “Art Oborona”.

Olha Shvydenko

Ph.D. in Architecture, is an Associate Professor at the Department of Reconstruction and Restoration of Architectural Complexes (KNUCEA).

She is an architect -restorer, a member of the Advisory Board of the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning of Kharkiv Region State Administration, and co-founder of the NGO “DOKOMOMO Ukraine”, and researcher of Derzhprom.

Anastasia Bozhenko

Ph.D. in History, is a lecturer at the Department of Ukrainian Studies of Faculty of Philosophy of V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University.

She is the founder of the Industrial Kharkiv project.

Dmytro Skurikhin

is an Associate Professor at the Ukrainian State University of Railway Transport. He is the founder of the KharkivHeritage project, dedicated to the architectural heritage of Kharkiv.

He is an activist of environmental and sustainable development movements, and one of the founders of the KharkivElectroClub community.

Chypurko Vira

is a designer and illustrator. There are more than 70 books for various authors and publishers illustrated by her.

Also, she holds art classes for children and adults.

Sklyarova Victoria

is a guide and translator. She is researching Les Kurbas’ theater projects and popularizing the so-called “Executed/Red Renaissance” period in Kharkiv.

She is an author and a tour guide of excursions on routes “Architectural pearls of Ukraine” and “Sotsmisto.KHTZ” (The socialist city of Kharkiv Tractor Plant) for foreign tourists.

Serhiy Masalitin

is a student of the Sociology Department of the Faculty of Kharkiv National University named after V.N. Karazin.

He studies social communications, advertising and PR, and is involved in the Industrial Kharkiv project.

Sukhoveeva Oleksandra

is a student of the educational program “Urban Studies” in Kharkiv National University, and a senior laboratory assistant of the Department of Ukrainian Studies of Faculty of Philosophy of V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University.

She participates in this project on a volunteer basis.