From 2014 through 2015, Anastasia worked in Dubai on the design and construction of a major production complex complete with an office block. Since 2015, she has been employed by the design firm APEKS as the head of the foreign properties and heritage sites directorate while also supervising the firm's cooperation with foreign architects and Moscow heritage sites. APEKS's most notable designs include the GES-2 Museum of Modern Art, the conversion of the Badaev brewery into a multifunctional complex, the Polytechnic Museum, as well as the project to move the valuable heritage properties of the Borets factory at 6 Skladochnaya Street, which took place in the summer of 2020.
In her 17-year-long career, Anastasia has worked with major design firms, such as Uralgrazhdanproyekt, Bilfinger Tebodin, and Aikom.
The main heritage properties in her portfolio include:
The GES-2 Community Center
The Hexagon Pavilion in Gorky Park
The office building at the former laundromat of the Embankment High Rise
The Presnensky Val 27 Residential Estate
The Telegraph building on Tverskaya Street
The office block on Vetoshny Alley
The Saint Olga Children's Hospital in Orlovo-Davydovsky Alley
Anastasia regularly takes parts in various architecture-related events, such as:
· the Online Conference of The Council of Redevelopment Experts on the Theory and Practice of Redevelopment in 2020.
· The educational project Open City by the Moscow Architecture Committee. The online lecture Back to the Future. Heritage Preservation.
· The Heritage Day 2.1 online marathon.