The results of the competition on the high -rise complex on the Rublevskoye Shosse will be summed up at the end of the year

At the beginning of September this year, the Moscow Committee of Architecture and Urban Planning announced the opening of the competition for the development of the territory of 2.6 hectares on the Rublevo highway with a new residential multi -storey modern complex, instead of demolition, dilapidated five -story buildings built in the middle of the last century. The closed competition was attended by 27 architectural organizations. The finalists of the first stage of the competition were selected according to the recommendations of the masters of Moscow architecture: the Civil Code of the Peak, the Moscow Committee of Architecture and the Union of Moscow Architects. The experience of the participants who submitted the application for participation on the basis of the portfolio of projects provided by them, in which all the nuances were taken into account, according to the customer of the requirements: the installation of fire alarms, the circuit of security systems, and intra -house utility communications. 6 design companies, as a result, presented their concepts in the second round of the competition: “A-B studio”, the architectural company Sergey Skuratov, architectural workshops “Sergey Kiselev and Partners”, “Mosroekroekt-4”, “Adm Architects” and creative Production association “Reserve”. They must imagine their vision of an updated area. In the terms of reference, it was stipulated that in quarter No. 20 Kuntsevo, which will be erected on the territory of the possessions of 101 and 105 along the Rublevsky highway, 2 skyscrapers with a common underground parking. The first building with an area of ​​about 20 thousand square meters. meters will consist of 4 sections, the highest of which will reach 27 floors and the second-from the five sections of 22-40 a number of storeys with a total area of ​​49 thousand square meters. meters. The results of the competition will be summed up on December 17 this year.