A. Bokov is the author of more than a hundred city planning and architectural projects. Architectural design includes more than 100 realized projects, among main realized projects are: experimental residential area in Nizhny Novgorod; the Pavilion No. 4 at All-Russian Exhibition Centre; V.V. Mayakovsky Museum on Lubyanka Square; A. Pushkin Museum in Prechistenka St.; office buildings at Savinskaya Embankment, Gilyarovsky St. and Bolshoi Gnezdnikovsky L.; “Locomotive” football stadium, covered skating centre in Krylatskoye, “Megasport” Ice Palace; oval apartment blocks on Khodynka area; K. Stanislavsky and V. Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Academic Theatre, etc.
A. Bokov published two books and over 50 articles in national and foreign issues. Many of them were awarded Union of Architects’ prizes. A. Bokov conducted theoretical research of urban and environmental design and development of social infrastructure of Moscow. He is one of the creators of the “environmental approach in architecture”. For many years worked as a consultant and workshop leader in the Senezh Design Studio, a professional and academic center for environmental and urban design. He was a teacher in Moscow Architectural Institute, in State University on Land Development, in Sourikov Moscow Artistic High School. As a regular participant in Russian and international professional competitions has been awarded over 40 times.