Paveletskaya Plaza

Paveletskaya Plaza

Covering and revealing a bustling transit-oriented development
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DETAILS

LocationMoscow, Russia
ClientEssence Development
Size7.7 acres

Situated along Moscow’s Ring Road and adjacent to the legendary Paveletsky Station transportation hub, the park at Paveletskaya Plaza will both cover and reveal the new bustling underground retail facility below while also serving as a landmark destination for residents and visitors alike.

The extraordinary retail and architectural vision for Paveletskaya Plaza is the foundation and inspiration for the landscape design. Its dynamic retail and rich urban context provide the essential components of a great urban space; especially the year-round activity and performance opportunities. We have approached Paveletskaya Plaza as a 21st-century urban stage on which everyday life unfolds and is transformed into a series of magical retail, cultural, and social experiences. We have sculpted this setting to foster a rich dialogue between the retail and park experience, and in doing so, have elevated the value of both.

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