Maria Zlobina is a Russian architect based in The Hague, the Netherlands. 
She graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute, Russia in 2011. Following graduation, she worked in several architectural offices in Moscow, most notably Alexander Brodsky Studio, Bernaskoni and Form Bureau. During this time, she worked as a leading architect on several projects, including Renovation of the Administrative building in Gorky Park in Moscow, Russia
Interior of the Matrex building in Skolkovo, Russia
Competition for the Russian Pavilion at the Shanghai Expo 2010
Interior of the Paparazzi restaurant in Ekaterinburg, Russia

In 2012, Maria Zlobina founded an international architectural practice with Crispijn van Sas. The studio designed several private villas, a number of private and public interiors, and collaborated with Belgium and Dutch architectural offices.

Maria has been working as a guest teacher at the Architecture Faculty TU Delft since 2017.

Since 2019, Maria has been working at atelier PRO on various projects, including a school community (primary and secondary school) in Yekatarinaburg with community functions, a primary school and a campus expansion both in Moscow. Click the righthand link on this page.