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  5. Project Meganom
  6. 2010
  7. Tsvetnoy / Project Meganom

Tsvetnoy / Project Meganom

  • 01:00 - 28 June, 2014
Tsvetnoy / Project Meganom
Tsvetnoy / Project Meganom, Courtesy of Project Meganom
Courtesy of Project Meganom

Courtesy of Project Meganom © Dmitry Chistoprudov Courtesy of Marco Zanta Courtesy of Marco Zanta + 42

  • Architects

  • Location

    Tsvetnoy Boulevard, 15, Moscow, Russia, 101000
  • Architects in Charge

    Yuriy Grigoryan, Alexandra Pavlova, Timur Shabaev, Yuriy Kuznetsov
  • Area

    37000.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2010
  • Photographs

  • Project Team

    Natalia Tatunashvili, Igor Skachkov, Yulia Gunina, Tatiana Lagocka, Tatiana Kornienko
  • Main contractors

    ООО «PSP-Farman», ООО «Sanbazstroy»
  • Engineers

    IB Zammit,
  • Interiors

    LDS, HMKM
  • Constructions

    ГК «Техстрой», GK «Tehstroy»
  • More Specs Less Specs
Courtesy of Project Meganom
Courtesy of Project Meganom

Text description provided by the architects. The site was formerly occupied by the central city market, built in 1959. Half a century later, it was demolished after 15 years of abandonment. Its ground floor held a flower and food market with a department store above.

© Dmitry Chistoprudov
© Dmitry Chistoprudov

It was impossible to build the market in the first level on the allocated site due to residential property proximity which sets a 50 m setback and additional limitations imposed by the circus.

Courtesy of Marco Zanta
Courtesy of Marco Zanta

The solution was found in transferring the market from the first to the fifth level of the building. Other floors feature a new concept for Moscow a department store. The upper two levels are reserved for restaurants and a bar with roof terrace access. An atrium (16 x 45 m) with panoramic elevators and a green wall rises through the entire building.

Section 1
Section 1

In the mountain like building, glass grows through stone. Natural light penetrates the trading floors. The facade is clad with thick travertine slabs.

Courtesy of Marco Zanta
Courtesy of Marco Zanta

The shopping complex includes: 11,000 sq. m. of commercial space, an underground parking, public areas, and restaurants. The market is directly accessible by elevators (on the side of the building facing the metro station), which were meant to work 24/7, as the market itself.

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Cite: "Tsvetnoy / Project Meganom" 28 Jun 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/517170/tsvetnoy-project-meganom/> ISSN 0719-8884

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