Prime-park Residential Complex will be built at the site of the old Moscow air terminal to be demolished, amid the established urban development.
Extremely complicated from urban planning, architectural and design perspectives and based on a concept devised by the British bureau DYER, the project comprises 9 towers up to 150 m high, overlooking the multisectional 9-storey buildings, as well as 2 office buildings, a school and a kindergarten.
Residential complex «Prime Park»
2016 - 2019
380 000 m²
Concept monitoring, PD
In order to visually reduce the development scale, each tower is divided by vertical recesses into two volumes differing in facade design. The effect of dividing one solid building into two elegant skyscrapers is enhanced by both parts being different in height and by the differently designed top storeys. Some of the towers have their recesses set a little distance from the perimeter and lined with dark panels, while others are surrounded by a light colonnade.
The complex’s modern nature is emphasized by laconic massing and the use of high-grade finish materials.
The courtyard area will be improved and landscaped. It is divided into several thematic sections, each to have its own unique landscape design. The entire site underground area will be occupied by a two-level underground parking garage.
A special focus in the project is placed on facade systems made up of several superimposed structures. These structures vary slightly in each building to allow a visual diversity while retaining the general architectural unity.
The extended buildings and stand-alone towers surround the courtyard unaccessible for private vehicles and intended only for use by the complex’s residents.