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Organisers Organisers of the competition are the Union of Moscow Architects and Nizhny Novgorod Department of the Union of Architects of Russia The main task formulated for the Competition participants was to suggest a conceptual solution demonstrating a contemporary approach to the complex development of the introduced site and to transformation of the former storehouse and public utilities areas of the Nizhny Novgorod spit into the new spaces with elements of public, tourist, and recreational infrastructure integrated into the context of the already existing historical and cultural environment of the city.
The organisers had received 56 design projects from 6 countries (Russia, Serbia, Italy, Germany, China, Lithuania).
Volga riverside promenade 13.1 Stela of Volga River 13.2 Seating elements for watching games and view of the river 13.3 Lowered part of the promenade with the landing stage / Seating devices Our project gives a new character to the city banks spaces by making it a true recreational hub.
The main intervention creates a wide range of functions that activates the space the entire day: cultural facilities, offices, hotels, sports facilities, commercial, etc.
Parking garage floor area 45.700 m² The building demises the northern edge of the park and links to the stadium. 1.500 parking spaces with an option for extension to 2.500 parking spaces. floor area 8.000 m² The building consists of two wings and a central section.
A limited amount of VIP parking spaces for the stadium is offered in the parking deck. Remains of the iron structures of the historic exhibition halls, dating from the world exhibition in 1896, form the wings.
5 Multifunctional Exhibition Hall for temporary events with integrated restaurant space. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral 6.1 Existing building 6.2 Existing building 6.3 Tourist bus parking lanes 7. floor area 10.200 m² 7.1 Sports club with cafe and terrace for ball sports in summer. floor area 43.040 m² 11.1 Craft / Trade floor area 3500 m² 11.2 Craft / Office floor area 3200 m² 11.3 Office floor area 3050 m² 11.4 Office floor area 3060 m² 11.5 Office floor area 2600 m² 11.6 Hotel / Retail floor area 5800 m² 11.7 Hotel / Retail floor area 6000 m² 11.8 Office floor area 1800 m² 11.9 Municipality floor area 4200 m² 11.10 Office / Retail floor area 2150 m² 11.11 Hotel / Retail / Restaurants floor area 2250 m² 11.12 Hotel / Retail / Restaurants floor area 1630 m² 11.13 Hotel / Retail / Restaurants floor area 3800 m² 11.14 Theologian school floor area 4000 m² 11.15 Municipality / Office floor area 3070 m² 11.16 Municipality / Office floor area 3070 m² 12.
Oka riverside promenade 12.1 Spot point / Memorial 12.2 Cafe terraces 12.3 Landscape square / Urban greenery 12.4 Activity zone 12.5 Historical part of the promenade 12.6 Lowered promenade area with seating devices / View to the Kremlin 12.7 Stela of Oka River 13.
The „Strelka“ area, as well as the most of the urbanized riverscapes of the city, is covered with hard revetment aiming efficient flood protection.The central section is planned as a modern steel and glass structure. Restored historical building floor area 12.260 m² 10.1 Office / Retail floor area 1140 m² 10.2 Office floor area 320 m² 10.3 Hotel floor area 1600 m² 10.4 Office floor area 3200 m² 10.5 Office floor area 1900 m² 10.6 Office / Retail floor area 1200 m² 10.7 Museum „Strelka“ floor area 2500 m² 10.8 Park management office floor area 400 m² 10.9 Memorial 11.4.1 Court with exhibition monuments and landings for historic vessels. Open areas along Volga river 8.1 Parking area (250 parking spaces) for the museum (4) Potential for alternative use 8.2 Parking area (500 parking spaces) for the multifunctional exhibition Hall (5) Potential for alternative use, e.g. New buildings with eave heights of 8 -10 meters, depending on original ground level.The projects area appears as a complicated overlay of cultural and historical layers, the fusion needs to be preserved but adapted to contemporary uses.Post-industrial area of the harbour can be used as a cultural centre, with the inclusion of daily/weekly uses as market space, workshops space, play spaces, jogging/walking routes and open theatre.