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He is 52, and works out with a personal trainer, often at the gym in the Candy building. Then, in July last year, Doronin’s lawyers asked a New York City court to force Amanat to sell his share, alleging that he had committed fraud when negotiating the partnership.
For now, at least, they're enjoying being a couple but not ready to get hitched.
Many of the new buildings in Rublyovka are irrefutably ghastly; vast, jingoistic Mc Mansions constructed like faux-Gothic castles and Kardashian nightmares.
The extraordinary dacha that billionaire Russian property developer Doronin and his architect, Zaha Hadid, have built is rather different.
‘People are speechless, completely paralysed when they arrive at the house,’ says Doronin proudly. He was born in St Petersburg, then Leningrad, in the old Soviet Union, on 7 November 1962 — ‘the same day as the Russian Revolution, can you believe it?
Every year there would be a big parade on my birthday.’ Did such pomp furnish the young Vlad with a sense of importance? After graduating from Moscow State University he moved to Geneva in 1985, then to Zug, Switzerland, to work as a trader for Marc Rich, aka ‘the king of commodities’.
He tells Simon Mills how he likes to mix pleasure with business To get to Vladislav Doronin’s country house you drive 20 minutes out of central Moscow along the Rublyovskoe Highway to rural Rublyovka.