Project
Architectural and design solutions for a public center at the site of the former Tube Plant

Nomination
Best Project of Public Space by a Student

About the project
The former Tube Plant in St. Petersburg has long been a thorn in the city’s side. The locals say they’d love to have some new leisure and recreation site there. Readjustment of this facility will help to retain cultural landmarks and provide the city with a new attraction. Altogether, this will contribute to creation of a modern cultural environ at the Vasilievsky Island thanks to the new multifunctional site.
Rearrangement of the former Tube Plant into a multifunctional youth center is a complex and comprehensive project that is capable of ensuring green architecture and sustainable development, as well as of granting the city opportunities for economical, ecological, and social evolution.

Location
Uralskaya Street 1, St. Petersburg, Russia.

Project design year
2020

More project images
https://photos.app.goo.gl/LCfqeRbMcvd4qtDbA
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1p_l-Y4jjGn-mIktY4NC4BZ6c8MWmJPyP?usp=sharing

Applicant and author
Marina Suvorova, emerging specialist, Master of Architectural Space Design, Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (2020); Specialist in Architectural Design, Ural Federal University (2018).

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