Kiev Mixed-Use Complex Suspended Due to the War in Ukraine
Location Kiev, Ukraine
Client Esparlous AB
Area 128,000 m²
Strategic Consulting, Research, Master Plan Design
This master plan design project in Kyiv before the conflict with Russia would have been a visionary and ambitious undertaking, aimed at shaping the future of the city and improving the quality of life for its residents and would have encompassed a wide range of disciplines, including urban design, architecture, transportation planning, and environmental sustainability. The goal would have been to create a comprehensive blueprint for the city's development over the coming decades, taking into account the needs of its diverse population and the challenges of a rapidly changing world. The plan would have included detailed proposals for new public spaces, parks, and green corridors, designed to enhance the city's natural beauty and promote healthy lifestyles. It would have also incorporated strategies for improving the transportation network, reducing traffic congestion, and promoting alternative modes of transportation, such as biking and walking.
Community engagement and participation would have been central to the master plan's development process, with opportunities for public feedback and collaboration at every stage. The plan would have also taken into account the unique cultural and historical heritage of the city, striving to preserve its rich architectural legacy while promoting contemporary design innovation. Overall, an urban master plan design project in Kyiv before the war would have been a transformative undertaking, aimed at creating a more livable, sustainable, and resilient city for generations to come.