Skolkovo is the Russian government initiative for a new urban community at the 3rd ring of Moscow, 17 km west from the Kremlin. Built ex nihilo, the aim of Skolkovo is to create a globally reputed center for innovative technology. The original masterplan aims to create urban quality through a vibrant mix of civic activities – living, studying, working, journeying, shopping, relaxing –, and unlike the Soviet-era closed satellite towns, to form a distinct epicenter within the radial grid of Moscow. The urban scheme develops around the idea of five individual Districts, like urban islands, inserted in a picturesque landscape. Each of the five Districts is designed by a different architect, giving it a specific character and atmosphere. Herzog
Instituto de Ciencia y Tecnología Skolkovo Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, East Ring.
Herzog & de Meuron / Jacques Herzog, Pierre de Meuron, Stefan Marbach (socios encargados partners in charge).
Ove Arup & Partners International (estructuras, acústica, iluminación y logística structures, acoustics, lighting, logistics); Vogt Landschaftsarchitekten AG (paisajismo landscaping); Emmer Pfenninger Partner AG (fachada facade); Payette (laboratorio laboratory); LLC MPB- Group (protección contra incendios fire protection).
AO Putevi Uzice.
Iwan Baan; Ilya Ivaniov.