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FACADES

Residential complex Green Park,

19, Beryozovaya Alleya st, Moscow

customer: PIK group

2015-2016

Residetial complex Meschersky forest,

2C, Borovskoe sh, Moscow region

customer: PIK group

2014-2017

Residential house,

7, Marshall Zakharov st, Moscow

customer: PIK group

2014-2017

Residential complex Yaroslavsky,

38-42, Mira st, Mytischi, Moscow region

customer: PIK group

2014-2017

Residential complex Bunin's Meadows,

97, Alexandra Monakhova st, Moscow

customer: PIK group

2014-2017

Here we present the portraits of buildings, each of which, on the one hand, has its own character, and, on the other hand, they are maximally inserted in the context and correlate with the color palette of the environment.

Prefabricated housing of the 2000s is in its own way a unique post-Soviet product: the developer determines the floor plan, the architect creates the shell - the facades, the structural scheme is made by the designers of the DSK, and the urban planning form and planting of the building are derived from the TEPs required by the customer and existing urban planning standards.

In this situation, architects have a completely new challenge. The beauty of modern industrial housing construction lies precisely in the possibility of combining standard and individual.

The creation of this "individual" requires a particularly delicate and laborious work of the architect.

The typical design of apartments allows to reduce the cost of housing and can be applied anywhere. In this case, the building shell is the only individual component that ultimately forms the recognizability of the urban fabric.

Residential house,

10, Narodnogo opolchenia st, Moscow

customer: KROST

2008-2010

Residential complex in Kommunarka,

Kommunarka village, Moscow

customer: KROST

2007-2011

Residential house,

21, General Karbyshev st, Moscow

customer: KROST

2004-2006