Total area of the complex: 228 618 m² (overground part area: 143 504 m²)
Maximum elevation: 258,5 m
All three towers are turned 15° from the North and are facing towards the Krysmky Val str.
Being lower than the City, this complex creates a transitional scale from the City to the rest of Moscow.
Shifting of the three towers with respect to one another to the three urban axis (the axis of Afimall, the axis of Expocenter, the axis of the first line of the City skyscrapers) — creates views to the river and extra visual corridors from the City to Kremlin.
Put on a stylobate it is therefore connected to the neighbouring site and its park, which flows onto the stylobate.
The towers hold residential and office function. The stylobate has public function (offices, commerce, fitness, restaurants, so on).
White vertical towers vanish towards the river because of the rhythm of façade louvers.
The folds on the front facades emphasize the verticals and creates a play of light, shadows and reflections. White on the facades is formed of expanded metal sheets painted white. The facades look different depending on the observer’s position. Specific texture and direction of the louvers material’s pattern creates an interplay of light and shade.
The general horizontal and vertical layout of slats and vertical division of the façades reveal the tectonics of the towers.