A residential mansion with a club house located in the central part of Moscow will be an example of a delicate rethinking of the classical architecture of the Ottoman period of Paris. The complex is developed in collaboration with the American architectural bureau Gregory Tuck Architecture and is made as a small square with a courtyard.
Residential mansion with club house
5 860 m2
Concept adaptation, PD, WD
A Project Development
Gregory Tuck Architecture
The six-storey residential building has 8 apartments (from 400 to 450 m2) and one penthouse (797 m2), which occupies the area of the last floor and has its own elevator and a fenced-off entrance area on the ground floor. Each of the apartments on the 2-5 floors will have three wood-burning fireplaces in the living room and master bedrooms, while the penthouse has six fireplaces in the living room, bedrooms and library. Each apartment has additional storage rooms located in the underground floor, from 6 to 8 m2 each. Residents immediately get into their own apartment, bypassing the floor halls, due to elevators.
The architectural complex is completed by the club house, there are common areas on the first and second floors, and there is a penthouse with an area of 457 m2 on the third floor. Common areas of the club house are spa and hairdressing salon, fitness and yoga rooms, wine and cigar rooms. There is a spacious salon equipped with a small kitchen for catering convenience on the ground floor. Residents of the complex can hold any event in this room, from a children's birthday party to a business lunch or dinner party. The club house has underground parking for 27 cars.
The highlight of the complex will be a courtyard surrounded by two galleries of the club house. This space is a perfect choice for residents’ outdoor events.
In accordance with architectural traditions of the late 19th century, the facades of the buildings are made of natural light beige limestone, complemented by stained glass glazing in wooden blocks and metal decorative gratings, which are fences of French balconies.