City names Moscow Architecture Council 2016 award recipients

City names Moscow Architecture Council 2016 award recipients
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Members of the Moscow Architecture Council have selected the best building projects for 2016 from among those covered by officially approved planning permits, issued this year.

The professional council headed by Chief Moscow Architect Sergei Kuznetsov includes leading city architects, directors at major design studios and foreign experts. The best solutions were selected from among nearly 1,000 projects during the first phase. Experts later chose winners in all six categories.

Conceived by the companies Atrium AM and Atelier Pro, the Letovo school design won first place in the Best Architectural/Urban Development Solution for Healthcare and Education Facilities. The school is to be built near the village of Letovo in the Sosenskoye rural district in the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas.

Letovo school design

 

Experts selected the best economy-class residential building at 52 Vavilov Street, designed by Mosproject-4. Designed by the Sergei Skuratov Architectural Bureau, a facility with an underground car park and infrastructure at 23 Avtozavodskaya Street was rated the best VIP residential building.

Building on Vavilov Street

 

Designed by Speech Grad Ltd., a multipurpose facility at 75A Udaltsov Street won first place in the Best Architectural/Urban Development Solution for Office and Administrative Developments.

Developed by the Krupny Plan (Close-Up) Design Bureau, a multipurpose commercial centre at the Novoyasenevsky Prospekt-Profsoyuznaya Street intersection is seen as the best architectural/urban development solution for retail outlets and community service centres.

Designed by TPO Reserve Ltd., a philharmonic concert hall for the future Zaryadye Park at 6 Varvarka Street won first place in the Best Architectural/Urban Development Solution for Public Facilities.

Philharmonic concert hall