Building in Moscow, Russia A flexible matrix of the linear block
Gianluca Milesi with Attilio Terragni, Milan
The project is a proposal for a new branch of NCCA Museum in Moscow.
The project proposes a flexible matrix of the linear block, a strategy derived from the great modern Russian architecture. Every single block opens the buildings to the world axes and it is modular with different dimensions and openings according to the program, solar exposition, energy consumption, and sustainability. At the centre of the triangular site, the main bar is an atrium space, which connects the existing buildings, the NCCA with the future development of the area.
The ground floor is available for open and cover piazzas for events and relax. The roof plan is a suspended biotype garden to connect the building to the sky and his life.
All the bars represent the energy of the program in the global context: all of them have a center in the atrium, a semi glass public gallery, where they meet the light and the life of Moscow. Beside the articulated shape of the building, its image and perception of can be modified according to the need throw the treatment of the external “skin” with graphics or video mapping.