/ MULTIFUNCTIONAL COMPLEX IN VLADIVOSTOK, DESIGNED BY ABD ARCHITECTS, SUCCESSFULLY PASSED STATE EXPERTISE
26 january 2017
MULTIFUNCTIONAL COMPLEX IN VLADIVOSTOK, DESIGNED BY ABD ARCHITECTS, SUCCESSFULLY PASSED STATE EXPERTISE
A five-floor complex with a total area of 35,000 sq.m. will be built in Vladivostok. The complex includes places for shopping, administrative and office premises, catering facilities (cafes, bars, buffets, food court) and a two-level underground parking.
The general form of the facade above the level of the second floor is created by smoothly conjugate conical and cylindrical surfaces. The most complex surface is formed in the area of the atrium, creating an interesting interior space with the opening of the view of the Golden Horn gulf.
Between the projected building and the existing Maritime Station building an open pedestrian crossing is envisaged.
Multifunctional complex is the first of the proposed by ABD architects element to change the sea facade of Vladivostok.
The essence of the project is to arrange collection of waste paper and its recycling in as many organizations as possible and so help to solve the problem of waste and excessive consumption of resources of the Planet.
The jury of the international competition for the design of the Ukraina Hotel in Moscow entrance group chose three finalists for the contest: ABD architects with the participation of Werner Sobek Moskwa, Studio 44 and TPO Lesosplav with the participation of Malishev Wilson Engineers.