Fifteen of 100 hopeful practices have been chosen to move forward in the second stage of the international “Russian Character” competition. Challenged to design a multi-functional Culture & Education Center for the newly developed Butovo Park residential district, the applicants will now begin to envision their proposals for the new venue. Once complete, the center will provide space for lectures, film screenings, indoor (and outdoor) concerts and master classes, as well as various outdoor sports activities and a museum that will showcase exhibitions on the the area’s history. The 15 shortlisted practices are...
- Totan Kuzembaev Architectural Studio (Russia)
- OFIS (Slovenia)
- ALA Architects (Finland)
- Mossine and Partners (Russia)
- ENOTA+Arhimetrics (Slovenia)
- Sergey Skuratov Architects (Russia)
- A-B Studio (Russia)
- TAF Studio (Russia)
- Arch Group (Russia)
- MEL (Russia)
- Pole-Design (Russia)
- Selgascano+FRPO (Spain)
- Alexey Kozyr Architectural Studio (Russia)
- Kubota&Bachmann (Switzerland)
- Megabudka (Russia)
The ideas proposed will be on public display at the "Arch Moscow-2014" exhibition, which takes place from May 21 to 25 at the Central House of Artists. A winner will be announced late June.
The order of the shortlist was determined based on ratings assigned by experts after studying the portfolios, cover letters and mood-boards submitted by the participants.