A cortege of five buildings skirts one of the Krylatsky hills. At the head of its trajectory is the building of the medical center, consisting of two- and four-story volumes, as if striving to race with each other. After them, four six-story buildings lined up - this, in fact, is the business park, the buildings of which also consist of two blocks slightly deployed in an arc, united by a communication zone - a continuous stained-glass window of its glazing cuts the tape windows of the buildings into two parts, visually emphasizing that, in contrast to the "overcrowded" business complexes in the center of the capital, the buildings of the business park, each with an overground area of about 13 thousand square meters. m, designed for only one or two tenants.
Only large companies can afford the lease of such large-scale class A office space; the developers of the project relied on the Americans. The building plans are subordinated to the American module - 150 cm, according to the same standard, the spans between the supports are 9 by 9 m. The equipment is fundamentally different compared to the one used in Russia, the multi-zone VRV air conditioning system. Facade finishing - Luxalon aluminum blocks by Hunter Douglas. The transport accessibility of the Krylatskie Hills business park will soon increase due to the construction of Krasnopresnensky prospect, therefore, the project initially provided for a sufficient number of open parking lots (two parking spaces for three people).
A slight bend of an extended row of low volumes of glass and metal is organically inscribed in the picturesque views of the Moscow River and Serebryany Bor: from afar they appear as part of the landscape, close up they become a mirror reflecting the beauty of the natural environment that is rare for the capital, and from the inside they act as a box for contemplating the panoramas unfolding around - and at the same time they do not cease to be the highest quality business architecture.
“The most difficult thing is to create a new product that would be fundamentally different from everything on the market,” says the president of ABD architects Boris Levyant, “based not only on the analysis of the location of the object and the creation of an architectural image, but also from the totality of consumer properties and urban planning calls . Focusing on an American client, for whom modern architecture is primarily high-tech, and the implementation of the project with Western funds with a different credit history (not so much investments at the construction stage are subject to strict calculation, but further operating costs and commercial efficiency of the building), allowed ABD architects to create a precedent on the Moscow real estate market. Krylatsky Hills is, according to experts, the first business park in Russia that meets the requirements of large American corporations and is as close as possible to the classic international models. By the way, this project was announced the winner in the category “A class office center” at the April 2006 Real Estate Awards ceremony in the field of commercial real estate.