* 중정형 주거단지 [ Építész Stúdió ] Village in the Air

Építész Stúdió has shared with us their entry, Village in the Air, for the A101 Bock City Competition in Moscow. Information from the architect as well as additional images after the break.
Architect: Építész Stúdió
Location: Moscow, Russia
Use: Residences
Site Area: 9,375 m2
Total Floor Area:15,000 m2
Flats: 150
Number of Floors: GF+4

러시아에서 현상설계한 중정형 주거시설입니다.
규모는 4층 정도이지만 각 층마다 레벨을 다르게 해서 재미있게 계획했습니다.
그런에 의문이 드는 거는 모스크바인데 이렇게 외부공간이 많은 것이 친환경적으로 겨울철에 좋은 효과를 거둘지는 의문입니다. 건축면적이 늘어나더라도 중정을 덮으면 친환경적으로 더 훌륭한 건물이 되지 않을까 하는 생각도 듭니다.

What is the largest human building scale?
A kind of village-feeling: our children are playing in the park, hearing their voice we are looking out of the window and they are able to recognize our face. So we imagined a building with two, three or maximum four levels. Also this is the height where the trees usually grow up to and where the chirping birds still can be heard, so we live close to the nature.

How can we provide enough green area using this low building height?
Lifting up the building and making a common park on the whole site. Furthermore using the building top as green roof.

How can we split this amount of people to smaller communities?
Articulating by courtyards, which are connected to the neighbors on the park level while providing micro climates like big atriums.

How can we maximize the flexibility of flats?
Using a really smart invention of nature: the honeycomb structure of hexagons, having the maximal rotation possibility. And making as much double-sided flats as possible.


from  archdaily

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