Competition Devoted to Restoration of Sirenevy Boulevard in Troitsk Has Started
Competition of landscape and architectural concepts of the main pedestrian space of the city of Troitsk — Sirenevy Boulevard — runs from February 8 to June 1 2020, as stated by Chief Architect of Moscow, First Deputy of Chairman of Moskomarkhitektura Sergey Kuznetsov.
«The developed concept should emphasize the importance of Sirenevy Boulevard in the urban planning structure of Troitsk, its historical identity and offer new points of attraction as drivers of the city’s economy,» said Sergey Kuznetsov.
Being the central public space of Troitsk, the famous science city of the nearest Moscow region, and since 2012 — New Moscow, Sirenevy Boulevard has a diverse look that has developed over decades. Today, the key pedestrian street of the city requires modern improvement.
«An architectural competition for us is a way to attract experts with a professional vision of how to preserve the advantages of Sirenevy Boulevard and respond to new requests from citizens», explained the head of the Troitsk district Vladimir Dudochkin. «I grew up in Troitsk and am well acquainted with the features of the territory. The restoration of the boulevard has been one of the pressing topical issues for many years. Engaging the architectural community is the best solution for this site. As a result of the competition, we hope to get interesting and functional solutions that will create a comfortable urban environment, improve the quality of life of citizens,» said Yuliy Borisov, Head of UNK project.
The competition is held in two stages from February 8 to June 1 2020. The project owner is the administration of the city district of Troitsk in Moscow. Summing up is carried out from May 25 to June 1 2020. We invite architectural companies with implemented projects for improving public spaces, which work in a modern style, are focused on the use of modern technologies and natural materials, and have experience working with municipal customers. The technical specifications of the competition will be based on the results of the public participation program Troitsk. Environment, which was held for six months and attracted hundreds of Troitsk citizens to discuss the vision of the future Sirenevy Boulevard.
— Sergey Kuznetsov, Chief Architect of Moscow;
— Andrey Chernikhov, architect, founder of Andrey Chernikhov Architectural Studio;
— Oleg Shapiro, partner of the Wowhaus architecture bureau, member of the board of trustees of the Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design;
— Dmitry Onishchenko, architect, head of the landscape design workshop Arteza;
— Yuliy Borisov, head of UNK project;
— Roman Ovcharenko, chief architect of the Troitsk urban district;
— Nikolai Fedoseev, coordinator of the Troitsk.
Environment involvement program. The prize fund of the competition is 800 thousand rubles. The author of the best concept selected during the Jury meeting from the proposals of six finalists will be the winner of the competition, who will receive a reward of 200 thousand rubles.