Julia Burdova is one of the leading partners at Buromoscow, an architecture practice specializing in affordable housing and urban design. In their work, they closely combine search and practice. For the last 15 years, Buromoscow has worked on making standard housing less standard and more human scale, yet affordable. They studied the possibilities of using the technology of prefabrication within the new market conditions of post-soviet Russia. Buromoscow is also designing public space. Their project for Triumfalnaya square in Moscow has been internationally published and has won several Russian architecture awards. Their project for Kindergarten at Varshavskoe shosse has received Moscow Architecture Award as the best public building of 2017.
She is also a member of the Architecture Council of Moscow, speakers at various urban forums and conferences, member of jury for different competitions. She is also consultant to different Russian agencies on changing regulations in urban planning and housing.