Cultural and information center in Rostov-on-Don

by Olga Kondakova from Academy of Architecture and Arts of Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Tutored by: Evtushenko-Mulukaeva Natalia

Author comments:

General plan provides maximum use of the available area in order to organize the largest possible area for an active social life. The building is recessed into the edge of the site. In this area it was to organize cultural and information center, open visual angle and continued park that allowed to take the bulk composition of the object from all sides. Functionally, the building is divided into 3 blocks, Block A, which is attached to the main volume of the building, its facade hides operated roof, the continuation of the park area, in which we can get from the outside ul.M.Gorkogopo lestnitse.Blok B, the center is divided into the inner atrium trapezoidal two asymmetric unit. Atrium also continues the theme park in the implementation of the sheer volume, to strengthen the feeling of merging the interior space with the outside applied spider glazing. The unit is connected to a B internal transition galleries that are on each floor change their location. By functional purpose all premises within the structure of the center, divided into the following main groups: 1. Group of office premises; 2. Cultural and educational group of premises; 3. Recreation Group premises; 4. Social -Business group of premises; 5. Research Group premises; 5. Lecture -Information group of premises; 6. Group support facilities Organization of the internal space of the cultural and information center is subordinated to the central atrium, which invades a wedge into the building and divides the bulk of 2 functionally interconnected zones (demonstration and education). This division emphasize two main open staircase, diverging from the main atrium.

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