The site borders on the Okhta river bank line, Kapsyul’noye shosse, Rzhevskaya and Krasina streets.

The territory around the Okhtinsky Razliv is unique, as it comprises the preserved buildings of the former Okhta Gunpowder Plant founded in 1715 and a recreational landscape rare for the urban area. The residential development concept was based on these two features.

Moscow, Avtozavodskaya street, premise 23, site 5

The architectural solution of the building is determined by the site profile and by the common architectural design code of the whole area.

Russia, St. Petersburg, Baskov lane, section 5

Architectural solutions of the main facades continue to develop compositional techniques of the Neo-Russian style of early modernism, based on the experience of folk art and ancient Russian architecture.

Russia, Moscow, Leningradsky ave., barony 34

The original idea of a multi-storey tower, preliminary approved by the Chief Architect of Moscow Mr. Sergei Kuznetsov and the Mayor of Moscow Mr. Sergei Sobyanin, sprang up naturally, due to the lack of an explicit architectural feature all along this important transport artery.

Russia, St. Petersburg, Morskoy ave., 29A

The volumetric plastic solution connects Verona with the samples of the north-Italian palazzo of the Renaissance. Finishing of the main facade is made of natural stone.

Russia, St. Petersburg, Shpalernaya str., 51

Moscow, Sofiiskaya emb., site 36/10

Russia, St. Petersburg, Nevsky Ave.,85BE, Kremenchugskaya str., site 1,4,7

Russia, St.Petersburg, Moika emb., 102

Russia, St. Petersburg, Akademika Pavlova str. 5D

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