RC "Saturday"
  • Year:
    2015-2018
  • Status:
    Complete
  • Location:
    Moscow, Russia
  • Function:
  • Area:
    70 000 m2
  • Team of authors
  • Lead architect:
    Yuliy Borisov
  • Architects:
    Mikhail Ivanchenko, Andrei Shmelev, Tatiana Shmeleva
  • Engineers:
    Irina Gracheva
  • Head of interior design:
    Julia Tryaskina

RC "Saturday"

The appearance of a new residential complex is a modern reinterpretation of the ‘Stalinist Architecture’, allowing the house to blend into surroundings.

The distinctive style of the building is emphasized by a variable number of floors (1-7-9-13-23) and by richly decorated facades, ornamented with numerous details: porticoes, balustrades, colonnades, etc. The disposition of the building in the form of a square made it possible to detach an unusually spacious courtyard separated from the street, where a walking park will be arranged.

The architectural features of the façade are reflected in the interior style. Thus, the characteristic herring-bone parquet is created by the original structure of the natural stone. The white background makes feeling easy and fresh, and the vibrant colour of arm-chairs adds good spirits and energy boost to the interior. There is the interesting solution of the grand staircase: its steps are arranged as the lane as the naturally occurring yard.