Slava Apartment Complex
ZOA Studio to Launch Stunning Imagery for Group Dyer
Stunning views to Moscow
The former Prime Park project, our first collaboration with Dyer, meant a lot more to Russian people than a genuine new urban quarter in a developing part of Moscow.
Dyer’s recent masterplan not only won an International Property Award, but created new opportunities for their architects—and ZOA at the same time—to come up with new ideas.
After over a year, that the British bureau was appointed for the multi-phased Slava redevelopment, the first phase of the project got approval from the Chief Architect of Moscow. And now, it’s time to check out our breathtaking renderings that let you explore the capital of Russia from the top of the new residential buildings.
No passport is required.
Russian tradition meets progressive design
These premium-class apartments are located in the city center where Russian tradition meets progressive urban architecture and the new global trends. The buildings will rise above ancient churches and old public theaters from the Stalin era to form a new business district in the area by offering a teeming life in this prestigious part of Moscow with a variety of cafes and restaurants, shops, educational institutions, museums, beauty salons and fitness centers.
In recent months, we created more than 24 renderings, both interiors and exteriors for Dyer, and although most of them are still confidential, we’re really excited to show you at least two of our favorites so that you can get a proper first impression of the Slava project.
In the end, we would also like to congratulate our partners at Dyer, Tamás Deilinger and Balázs Domokos for being one of the winners of the “Europe 40 Under 40” in 2020 and becoming two of the world’s rising figures in the field of architecture and design.
We are really proud to work with these guys.
58 335 sqm