JSC "Glavstroy", belonging to the group "Glavstroy" companies, reports on awarding an honorary diploma of the Union of Architects in the category "Best Project with the introduction of aluminum in architecture" residential quarter on the Moscow River "Coast", located in the historic district Filevsky park at: Coast travel, is. 2-3.
The "Coast" was awarded a diploma of the noble Union of Architects of Russia at the contest "Aluminum in architecture", past 2-5 April, as part of the international Forum "Aluminum in architecture and construction" — Alumnaz 2019 in the Central Exhibition Complex "Expocentre".
Residential district on the Moscow River "Coast" has received special attention of the jury, chaired by Nicholas Shumakov - President of the Union of Architects of Russia, Irina Kazovskoy - co-chairman of the Aluminum Association, Volker Ginko - acclaimed Austrian designer and founder Volker Ginke & Company.
In the "Aluminum in Architecture" competition were presented more than 60 construction projects, demonstrating the opportunities and prospects for the introduction of aluminum. Participants of the contest are domestic and foreign architects and architectural firms, developers, designers and restorers. Honorable diplomas awarded the best projects with the introduction of aluminum, including "The Coast"
Subject entries covers all areas of the metal introduction. Among the projects - sports facilities and facilities of the Global Universiade 2019, New terminals at international airports, Objects of the Moscow Metro, Skolkovo innovation complexes and Innopolis, and bridge construction, transport infrastructure, functional business and shopping centers, residential complexes.
"Shore" — one of the most ambitious projects, related to urban development programs from the Moskva River embankment. Concept LCD "Coast" with the introduction of anodized aluminum underlines the main dominant location - Moscow River. Architecture "Coast" project harmoniously interact with the urban environment and a new focus area of "Big City"