Tushino Triangle

MOSCOW, 2017

 

MASTERPLAN FOR A NEW VIBRANT TOWN BY THE MOSCOW RIVER

Tushino Triangle is located within the MKAD in the north-west of Moscow, well known for its abundant natural qualities and named after its triangular site. The triangle opens up towards the Moscow River creating great river views and a long green embankment parallel to the river. This new town for 15,000 inhabitants aims to be a self-sustainable town containing the three main human activities, Live, Work and Play, all within walking distance.

Tushino Triangle will be a milestone in the history of large-scale city development in Russia. It sets new standards for what a contemporary self-sustainable great town requires – alluring public space, user friendly and human-scaled neighborhoods, charming residential blocks, attractive business districts, inviting recreational facilities against a stunning natural backdrop.

program

540,000sqm- Residential (Business, Comfort+, Comfort), 21400sqm- Schools, 8700sqm - Kindergardens, 28,000sqm- Sport Facilities, 5600sqm- Clinic, 1700sqm- Office, Road Infrastructure, Public space, 10ha of River Park

client

Vi Holding

country

Russia

city

Moscow

partner in charge

Hiroki Matsuura

team leader

Artur Borejszo, Valentina Chiappa Nunez

team

Aleksander Hrib, Giulia Bacci, Luca Tiozzo, Gabriella Georgakaki, Shu Zhu, Allesio Busato, Charis Siaravas

collaborators

MASA architects, Ebben Tree Nursery




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