Moskomarkhitektura approved 15 health facilities during 2018
Moskomarkhitektura has approved 15 health facilities during 2018. According to Chief Architect of Moscow Sergey Kuznetsov the future buildings are mainly district polyclinics for children and adults.
“Approach to the social infrastructure facilities, such as polyclinics, hospitals, medical research centres, becomes more and more customized. Gradually, we are experiencing a comedown from standard designs, architects are trying to design recognizable and eye-catching projects and stay within rather strict normative framework at the same time. As Mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin said, over a half of Moscow residents give an upbeat assessment of our medicine,” Sergey Kuznetsov noted.
Out of 15 approved projects three each are located in the north and in the east of Moscow. Two each will appear in the Central Administrative District, North-Eastern Administrative District and Troitsky and Novomoskovsky Administrative District. One each medical facility will open in the Southern Administrative District, South-Eastern Administrative District and South-Western Administrative District.
One of the approved projects is a new polyclinic in the city centre, which will appear in Bolshoy Strochenovsky lane. Five-storey, with the wings for children’s and adult’s departments, it will be able to receive up to 320 patients per shift. The facades will be coated with multicolor panels which will make it stood out against background of surrounding development.
New children’s and adults’ polyclinic in Filimonkovskoye settlement in Troitsky and Novomoskovsky Administrative District will have a contemporary look. Stained-glass glazing, dynamic facades will be coated with chrysotile cement panels.