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high-density residential development
Viktor Zotov, Oleg Selivanov, Pavlo Zabotin, Roman Slyadnev, Nastya Ponomaryova
How dense should a residential development be to meet comtenporary ideas of comfort?
It concerns not only the appartments but also courtyards that are separated from automobiles on a way from appartment to a bus stop or a car.
How can one feel safe in the courtyard, parking, corridor or elevator hall?
How to organize the space for children activities in the courtyard and where is the place for kindergarden?
How to provide garbage disposal, so it wont distract with its noise in the midnight, smell or have an unattractive look?
How does comfort look like anyways? What does it have to do with "nice looking" facades that are so important for mainstream architects, developers or realtors.
Finally: how to make client interested, specificly - how to make this project feasible, without hurting the city but rather improve it instead?
This concept is an effort to answer these questions.
View from Moskovska Sq.
Examples of distances between buildings
Distance between the buildings
Lower level. Tennant storage spaces
Courtyard. Plinth lowering
Courtyard. Green buffer
Courtyard. Visual connections optimization
Parking. Natural ventilation
Barbusse St. front
Driveway setback. Site layout
Horisontal program. Public amenities
Landscaping. Sport grounds
Main pedestrian way. Level 0.000
Main driveway. Level -4.200
Additional driveways. Level -4.200
Parking. Level -4.200
Temporary parking for tenants and services. Level -4.200
Garbage disposal. Level -4.200
Storage spaces and utility corridors. Level -4.200
Ground level residential terraces
Fire access - pedestrian circulation
-1st (underground) floor plan
1st (ground) floor plan
2nd floor plan
3rd floor plan
Towers. Ending options
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