Winner of Sokolniki Park Competition announced

October 6, 2014,AEDT

Groundlab (UK), WOWHAUS (Russia), and “Urbanica” (Russia) have been announced as the winners of Sokolniki Park design competition. Sokolniki Park is the Moscow’s largest park (515,7 ha) and the winning design is set to be used as the conceptual framework for Sokolniki Park development over the next 15 years. “The Embassy | Read More

DS+R wins Zaryadye Park Design Competition

November 13, 2013,AEDT

Competition organisers “Rossiya”, State-owned unitary enterprise “NIiPI for the General Plan of the City of Moscow” and Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design have announced that the consortium led by Diller Scofidio + Renfro has won the Zaryadye Park Design Competition in Moscow with Russian-led TPO “Reserve” placing second and last but not least is | Read More

5 teams selected for “Russia” Park shortlist

November 6, 2013,AEDT

Recently 5 teams were shortlisted for stage 2 of the “Russia” Park design competition by members of the Jury and the Expert Council, as well as representatives of “Russia” Theme Park. The experts presented their conclusions on the results of evaluation of application documents. All the experts unanimously agreed on | Read More

Skolkovo Innovation Centre | Moscow Russia | AECOM

September 13, 2012,AEDT

The Skolkovo Innovation Center, also known as the Russian Silicon Valley, is a key Russian development project: a 460 hectare technology business area planned at Skolkovo, near Moscow, Russia. The strategic goal of the Skolkovo Innovation Centre is to concentrate international intellectual capital, thereby stimulating the development of break-through projects | Read More

2011 Projects Review | October – December

December 31, 2011,AEDT

October National 9/11 Memorial | New York | PWP Landscape Architecture & Michael Arad 2016 Olympic Park Master Plan | Brazil | AECOM OKRA realizes architectonic intervention in Moscow at Sretenka Design Week

Urban Footpaths Find Support – Moscow Times

July 28, 2009,AEDT

Moscow Times reports Look at Moscow from the air and you’ll see a network of little muddy tracks, skipping over metal railings and concrete barriers, and ignoring the official, paved paths. Urban planning student Fyodor Novikov said he never really noticed them until he came back from a year studying | Read More