The Moscow City Government has commissioned an international competition to develop Zaryadye Park. ARGUS was part of a six teams from specialist working in mul­ti­faceted fields such as en­gineering, landscape design, management of public space and so on. The aim of this competition is to develop a landscape archi­tec­ture concept that will form the ba­sis for the creation of a con­tem­porary park. It should include high quality infrastructure and be open for public all year around. The objectives of the compe­tition are to arrive at strategies for ur­ban development and plan­ning; to make spatial decisions for the landscape architecture of the Park; to propose an overarching urban, spatial and architect­ural solution for other elements of the Park; such as buildings and structures of the Park (social, cultural, retail and recreational fun­ctions), parking and the Moskva River Embankment; and to deter­mine the location, size and volume re­quirements of both the Philharmonic building complex and the hotel.


Moscow City Government


State Unitary Enterprise “Research and Project Institute of Moscow City Master Plan”;
Union of the Moscow Architects and Association of Landscape Architects in Russia;
Turenscape – Landscape Architecture – Urbanism;
anOtherArchitect Studio Berlin;
Anselm von Held;
Studio urban landscapes;