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Ordynka Club Houses Complex in Moscow

New Architecture Development in Russia – design by Architects of Invention

30 Mar 2017

Ordynka Club Houses Complex

Design: Architects of Invention

Location: Central Moscow, Russia

Ordynka Club Houses Complex

Ordynka Club Houses

Architects of invention, EU + OPEN AD, EU will be engaged in the project of a new residential complex in the center of Moscow

Ordynka Club Houses

In March the Project of a new residential complex ORDYNKA. CLUB HOUSES COMPLEX was presented. The buildings of the former Factory named after Marat were taken as a basis for the Project – they will be carefully renovated and will retain its historical appearance.

In contrast to the buildings, the facades facing the courtyard have an emphatically modern design: polylines, picture windows, large modules of white architectural concrete, natural stone and anodized copper which give the whole complex a guaranteed modern character. In addition, the ensemble ORDYNKA. CLUB HOUSES COMPLEX will include two town mansions of the XVIII-XIX centuries.

Ordynka Club Houses

Designed for 74 flats and 16 apartments, ORDYNKA Project consists of 7 club houses. There is a separate section allocated for apartments and the first floors of the buildings facing the courtyard, where personal patios will be arranged. The range of offers also includes penthouses with views of the capital center and, subsequently, own residences in the buildings of the restored manor complex of the XVIII century.

Ordynka Club Houses

Ordynka Club Houses

INNER GARDEN. The territory of the complex will have a garden set out by landscape designer Anna Andreeva, who is well-known for landscaping projects in Museon Park and the Crimean Embankment in her characteristic “new perennials” style, which emphasizes perennial plants that look good all year round. The inner area of 3,000 square meters will turn into a quiet oasis of modern landscape art: with birches, apple trees, cereals, water reservoirs and sculptures. As a true modern public space, the yard will be provided with wi-fi and devices with USB-connectors to enable working in the fresh air.

Ordynka Club Houses

Architects of Invention and its head Anton Khmelnitsky approached the project in rather pragmatical way by deciding to divide it into separate objects. Thus, complexity of such a large structure in the historical center has been leveled off due to the perception of objects individually. In doing so, we have used a universal module in the plan and on the facades of all buildings

Ordynka Club Houses

The Project Scope is divided into several main buildings. The first one is historical, facing Malaya Ordynka as if hiding the modern courtyard. Two oblong volumes with 3D facades interconnected by two hanging volumes/bridges form a comfortable courtyard.

Ordynka Club Houses

The facades are designed in contrasting shades of light stone and dark metal. Light facades are made of their fiber-concrete panels, which makes it possible to manipulate planes using unified dimensions and details. Wavy geometry is designed by a simple movement of the planes inward and outward of the plane, creating regular series of “waves”.

Ordynka Club Houses

Each of the seven houses will have its own architectural solution and a special mood, most strikingly expressed in the design of the lobby.

Ordynka Club Houses

Ordynka Club Houses

SEVEN DESIGNER’S LOBBIES. Seven bright lobbies of ORDYNKA Project represent seven different universal human values. Despite the general concept, each entrance lobby has its own interior features, own microclimate and atmosphere, which are created thanks to unique fragrances, materials, and light and color accents. Each public zone has its own main idea. For example, in one of the halls love is played up using an art element in the form of a cloud of butterflies. The old Florentine perfume house has developed own fragrance for each of the seven lobbies. The author of the design concept is Zane Tetere from OPEN AD bureau.

ORDYNKA. CLUB HOUSES COMPLEX is a new De Luxe class flagship project in the line of residential infrastructures of INSIGMA.

Ordynka Club Houses

INSIGMA is the developer of the Project – a development company with more than 20-year experience. The portfolio of the company includes such bright and well-known projects in Moscow as Italian Quarter Residential Complex, Noble Nest Residential Complex, Sovetnik club house which has received a prestigious international award “European Property Awards 2016-2017” as the best renovation/redevelopment project for a residential building RedSide Residential Complex.

Anton Khmelnitsky is the architect of the Project from Architects of Invention. He has worked as a partner in Foster and Partners, created by Norman Foster, and has been engaged in coordination of Russian projects by Foster. Currently he leads Architects of Invention studio in London and Moscow. In Moscow, he was responsible for the architecture of the headquarters of Russian Helicopters holding at Malaya Pionerskaya Street and the office building at Zemledelcheskiy Pereulok.

Zane Tetere is the designer of the Project. She leads OPEN AD Latvian bureau specializing in designing modern public spaces. Her portfolio covers projects in Riga, Jurmala, London and Yalta: restaurants, hotels, business lounges and residential complexes.

Ordynka Club Houses Complex in Moscow – Building Information

Plot area: 3 000 sq. m
Number of flats: 74
Number of apartments: 16
Construction completion date: end of 2019

Ordynka Club Houses

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Location: Moscow, Russia

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