Belgorod / Russland
In collaboration with NIXDORF CONSULT GMBH, Stuttgart-Gerlingen
The open-plan office concept with fluid transitions within the space requires high durability and flexibility in terms of flooring in the work and event areas. The warm color of the wooden surfaces helps create a pleasant atmosphere in the meeting and lounge areas. The floors are very comfortable to walk.The free-form and curving structure of BELGOROD CITY forms a characteristic solitaire as a new architectural accent in the south-west district of Belgorod. Greenery and bright atmosphere determine the courtyards and buildings.
The free-form, curved building lends the office building a unique flair in future Sport Park. The generous use of natural lighting, the varied facade, contribute to this building’s stunning impact, not only due to its sustainability.
Following the principle of 'Working in the countryside' the free-form structure of the building refers to its surroundings with its forward and backwards swinging facades. The organic architectural language of the building compliments the landscaping around it. The recessed facade entrance leads visitors into a 4 glass-roofed courtyards. The wooden decks, water areas, cafés and the adjoining foyer makes it a much liked meeting point and event space.With its organically curving facade the administrative and office building Belgorod city brings dynamic forms into existed circular traffic intersection. The free-form and curved building structure sets a new structural accent as a characteristic solitaire. Water features on the grounds surround the structure in gentle curves and mirrors the organic curved building as a reflection in the landscape. The parking area with almost 1600 parking places around the building follow the same design language and complement the building's overall appearance, both functionally and creatively.
Bauherr: Stadt Belgorod
Groesse: BGF 117 000 m2
Programm: Buero, Shopping, Restaurant, Museum, Ausstelungen
Auszeichnungen:1.Preis "Eurasian Prize" 2018, 2.Preis internationales Wettbewerb 2018