Gorky Parkmasterplan and pavilions, 2014 – 2015
The masterplan of Gorky Park consolidates the entire set of ideas and concepts that emerged in the Park’s new life: increasing the amount of greenery, clearing the area from buildings and restoring the structure of the landscape. What is new for the Park is the radical principle of concentrating of the active forms of recreation in the waterfront zone and creating a cultural site zone in the landscape park in the heart of the territory. This strategy is meant to protect the Park from another wave of becoming overrun with illegal structures in the future. The strategy of consolidation and concentration produces three new sites: a linear entrance square at Leninsky Prospekt, a sports center, and a restaurant pavilion—a pergola on the embankment.
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LOCATION 9, Krimsky val, Moscow, Russia
CLIENT Gorky Park
YEAR 2014 – 2015
PROGRAM masterplan, landscape, public space, sport
Partner in charge: A. Staborovsky, Y. Grigoryan, I. Kuleshov
Lead architect: N. Orehova
Architects: S. Grigoryan, D. Gutyrchik, A. Zinoviev, E. Hrekina, A. Kamyshan, A. Morozov, V. Solovyev
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