Rybalsky 7th block
The 7th house is the part of the silhouette of the city quay, and it defines the beginning of the canal.
Hotel in Yaremche
Why do people go to the Carpathians? What are their expectations from the trip? Tourists go to a different from the usual...
Development of a residential area in Kramatorsk
BURØ and the city of Kramatorsk signed a memorandum of cooperation. This document provides for the development of an urban concept for a 17-hectare residential area within the framework of the city's housing strategy.
Rybalsky 1st and 2nd blocks
The architectural concept of 1st and 2nd blocks at Rybalskyi peninsula.
Building reconstruction will have a positive effect on the living environment. Due to the use of common areas inside the building and common space on the terrace, new opportunities for various activities will appear.
Bandera Avenue Apartment Building
The building is located on a site of a former industrial enterprise that was never built up. The environment has been actively changing recently under the influence of economic and social processes. Now a used car market is located here.
Mayachok Event Hall
Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Center
The Memorial Center must reveal the truth about the events that took place in Kyiv in 1941-43 because of the perception of the break with the past and at the same time because of the sense of continuality of memory. It must become a place where memory crystallises and finds its shelter.
Roshen Sales Office
Museum of Revolution of Dignity
Because of the things the museum is meant to commemorate, it is bound to become one of Ukraine's main spaces for political statements concerning civil rights and freedoms, matters of the country's future and concerns of public memory.
Rybalsky urban concept
Rybalsky Peninsula in Kyiv is called an island. It is an abandoned industrial area in the center of the city waiting for a new life in the near future. The Rybalsky Residential Area Project is currently underway.
Boyukshor lake rehabilitation
Our vision is formed by the evident urbanization processes taking place on the Absheron Peninsula and affecting the Greater Baku region. The rates at which these processes spread allow to assume that most of the Boyukshor Lake district can be absorbed by the city by the end of the construction works.