Residential building, Malaya Filevskaya str.

Project number: 509

Status: realization

Client: FSK "Tesko" ООО

Address: 34. Malaya Filevskaya str., Moscow, Russia

Indicators: Site area: 0,37 Hа, total area: 13 196 м2

Appointment: 1998

Completion: 2000

Architects: Vladimir Plotkin, Irina Deeva, Alexey Borodushkin, Ivan Russkikh

Engineers: Valentin Porechniy, Viktor Andreev

The territory is located in a residential western district of Moscow, 160 meters north-west to Malaya Filevskaya Street that separates the residential part of the district from the park zone. In the east the territory neighbors a nursing home, in the south are situated several buildings of the school of the Olympic Reserve, on the west – two 17 and 19-storey residential towers that, together with our building will form a single residential complex with a common private inside territory and an underground car park.

From the compositional point of view the building presents an independent construction that by its smaller height compared to others (9 floors only) and by its facades that overlook the park, recalls a “ship that moors the park”. It is composed of 3 sections; its overall area is 13.000 m2.The width of the main part of the building is 15 meters.  In total the complex has 48 3, 5 and 6-room apartments measuring from 135m2 to 226m2.The ground floor is intended for public purposes.

Dmitry Fesenko, the editor in chief of the “AB” magazine and the author of the critical review on the project has pointed that this kind of projects nourishes the appearance of the “middle class architecture” as well as the appearance of architects that work for the middle class, which is actually one of the main priorities in Russia.