The Moscow Architectural Committee approved the architecture of two high-rise towers as part of the third stage of the Paveletskaya City Residential Complex. The project is implemented by MR Group and Level Group in the Danilovsky district.
The main tower of the Premier Tower, its height will reach 207 meters, which is equivalent to 56 floors. The second – Frame House – 100 meters high (29 floors). The authors Andrei Romanov and Ekaterina Kuznetsova, the founders of the ADM office, designed each according to an individual design.
As planned, the Premier Tower expands towards the middle and tapers again at the top. Glass was chosen as the main material, making the tower visually lighter. In the case of the Frame House, preference is given to metal. The building turned out to be rectangular and resembles a large-scale mechanism.
“The project foresees the construction of a skyscraper with aluminum profile sheets that resemble the movement of magnetic waves on our planet. An observation deck is provided on the roof, a decorative screen rises to a height of four meters above it. The penthouse terraces will be located at the ends of the building. The skyscraper will undoubtedly be one of the most spectacular buildings in the Danilovsky District,” said architect Sergey Kuznetsov.
As part of the third stage, a two-story gymnasium with a swimming pool, a one-story office building will be built, which will be linked by an underground parking lot for 430 cars and 17 motorcycles.
Remember that the residential complex “Paveletskaya City” is being built in the Danilovsky district. The first stage includes five buildings of variable height from 9 to 46 floors. The second stage consists of four buildings from 27 to 42 floors. The infrastructure of the residential complex is made on the principle of a vertical city. All stages of the residential complex are linked by a common area for improvement.
On December 8, the Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA) and the MR Group company presented a new MOD project and announced the names of the artists who will work on creating a sculpture park on the territory of the residential complex. It will be open in 2024.