The acceptance of applications for the competition "The best implemented project in the field of construction" has ended. A short list of candidates for the prestigious award will be announced soon, which is awarded to the best built and commissioned facilities in 12 categories.
Within the framework of the competition, an expert discussion "Environment for life, not just square meters" was held.
The following took part in the discussion:
- architect, member of the expert council of the Ministry of Construction of Russia on the formation of a comfortable urban environment, member of the expert council of the competition in the nomination "Objects of cultural and educational purposes" Evgenia Murinets;
- Head of Product Development and Analytics Department of Samolet Group Leon Pryazhnikov;
- First Deputy Director of the Ostozhenka Architectural Bureau Andrey Gnezdilov;
- co-founder of the Agency for Strategic Development "CENTER". member of the Expert Council of the competition in the nomination "Therapeutic and recreational facilities" Sergey Georgievsky;
- Chairman of the Board of the Association of Designers of the Moscow Region, member of the expert council of the competition in the nomination "Health and Wellness Facilities" Ilya Mashkov.
Moderator: Lyubov Tsvetkova, Chairman of the Board of the Moscow Investors Association.
The experts discussed an integrated approach to the development of territories, which contributes to solving problems both at the citywide and at the district level.
According to Sergei Georgievsky, at the citywide level, this is a polycentric development that optimizes the load on infrastructure, primarily on public transport and the congestion of the road network. At the district level, the elimination of infrastructural deficiencies, including through the placement of social, cultural and consumer services and the creation of places for the application of labor in the area of walking distance or comfortable transport accessibility.
Complexity allows avoiding deficits in social services, makes it possible to receive everyday services within walking distance.