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Comfort Town Housing / archimatika

  • 02:00 - 20 July, 2019
  • Curated by Paula Pintos
Comfort Town Housing / archimatika
Comfort Town Housing / archimatika, © Andrey Avdeenko
© Andrey Avdeenko

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  • Architects

  • Location

    Reheneratorna St, 4, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Category

  • Lead Architects

    Dmytro Vasyliev, Aleksandr Popov, Olga Alfiorova
  • Design Team

    Dmytro Vasyliev, Aleksandr Popov, Olga Alfiorova, O. Stolovyi, K. Romanenko, O. Lymarenko, S. Hrabar, O. Chubarov, V. Bebeshko, V. Pleshynets, Y. Zynovieva, O. Myhda, M. Morkovnyk, S. Kovalchuk, O. Hrytsak, K. Onachuk, A. Denysenko, V. Sinenko, O. Chernova
  • Area

    512200.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2019
  • Photographs

    © Andrey Avdeenko
    © Andrey Avdeenko

    Text description provided by the architects. The first residential complex in Ukraine based on the block development principle. Picturesque building silhouettes, elaborated apartment layouts, and fully pedestrian courtyards became the standard of comfort class in the Ukrainian residential property. Due to the city block concept, the area is divided into two types: streets (allowing for motor traffic) and courtyards (located inside the block and featuring children’s playgrounds, benches, and alleys). Motor vehicles cannot enter these inner courtyards, with the exception of emergency service vehicles which can use widened passageways paved with grass paver.

    © Alexander Angelovskiy
    © Alexander Angelovskiy

    In the conditions of a limited budget, architects created sections with simple geometric shapes and made flat facades, thus excluding balconies and decorative elements. The focus was on three techniques: silhouette: different turns and height of dual-pitch roofs allowed to achieve an interesting shapes; window: the first housing project in Kyiv to use the French balcony system and the window shifting system, which allowed to avoid monotonous rows; color: the first daring color solution for a residential neighborhood in the country.

    © Alexander Angelovskiy
    © Alexander Angelovskiy

    The Comfort Town residential complex includes the Academy of Modern Education with a 160-seat Kindergarten, a 140-seat Elementary school, and a 600-seat High school А+. The residential complex also includes a 4500-sq.m retail complex with a supermarket, a 4600-sq.m fitness complex with three swimming pools and gyms, a 1.5-hectare complex of outdoor sports grounds, cafes, stores and offices on lower floors of apartment buildings, 22 children playgrounds and own maintenance service.

    © Andrey Avdeenko
    © Andrey Avdeenko
    Plans
    Plans
    Plan
    Plan

    A different number of stories of adjacent buildings (ranging from 2 to 16 floors) forms a picturesque image of every street. There is also a restored park with perennial trees, sculptures, and a fountain. Thus, the former industrial territory turned into a good living environment and the status of the district as a whole has increased.

    © Andrey Avdeenko
    © Andrey Avdeenko

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    About this office
    Cite: "Comfort Town Housing / archimatika" 20 Jul 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/921056/comfort-town-housing-archimatika/> ISSN 0719-8884
    © Andrey Avdeenko

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