About KAZGOR Design Academy
KAZGOR Design Academy is the largest international design firm operating in Kazakhstan. Founded in 1930,
the Academy has become a leader in the field of design engineering of various use projects.
Over the whole period of its activity, our main goal is to create an inimitable look of cities where one can live in a
comfortable and safe environment by encouraging architectural and stylistic variety, to maintain traditions and unique
features of a region, to use new materials and technologies, to follow high structural and aesthetic requirements
for buildings and structures being built regardless of the location and use.
High standards that rest on national traditions and experience of the best experts, application of new technologies
and management practices compliant with International Standards of Quality ISO 9001:2008, Environmental ISO
14001:2009 and Occupational Health & Safety BS OHSAS 18001:2007 are the core of success in rendering
of high quality services to the Clients of the Academy, in awareness of responsibility before future generations
for preservation of the environment, in creation of safe and healthy working environment for personnel.
The Academy achievements are widely recognised and awarded with a numerous prizes and honorary titles
of domestic and international organisations. The highest appreciation of KAZGOR’s activities was the
“Achievements in Quality”Award of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan in November 2007.
A high level of responsibility, qualification and creative approach to the process of designing are the main features
of the Academy’s own style of ideas and concepts produced within several decades of its activity.
The Academy’s creative potential and resources have enabled it to build close relationships with design business
leaders such as Skidmore, Owings & Merill LLP (SOM), RAMSA, Yost Grube Hall, LERA, ICC,
SNIP Register Inc., Foster & Partners, Buro Happold, SHCA, Dizayn Grup Ltd., Murat Sivka Group,
Boyut Architecture Co Ltd, Space Group, Kucherenko Central Research Institute of Building Structures (TsNIISK)