In LEVS Architecten’s newest development Forum City, the firm reinterprets Russian urban life in the center of its fourth-largest city, Yekaterinburg. The nine-building complex, developed by the Forum Group, curates its own metropolitan microcosm inside the larger urban area by combining residential, leisure facilities, and retail inside an archetypal city block. The 103,000 square meter multi-use development aims to attract visitors and maintain a healthy quality of life for its residents by offering a market hall, cafes, a kindergarten, offices, a gym, and a medical center. It will also feature 586 modest to luxury apartment buildings housed in towers that range from eight to 30 floors. The towers are irregular and oblong in shape to offer panoramic views of the city and take advantage of sunlight.
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