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February 17, 2022, 09:02


Design decision

Facades will be decorated with translucent stained-glass structures and decorative relief panels.

A sports complex with swimming pools and tennis courts will be built in the Rostokino area. The building will be decorated in a modern style, said the chief architect of Moscow Sergey Kuznetsov.

“The Moscow Architecture Committee has agreed on an interesting project for a sports complex in Rostokino. The composition of the facades is based on the alternation of translucent stained-glass structures and decorative relief panels made of composite, there are also wood-like inserts. Additional rhythm to the building is given by jagged stained-glass ledges at the corners. For the city as a whole, the development of sports infrastructure is important, and this facility will become a worthy decoration of it,” Sergey Kuznetsov said.

The four-story building of the multifunctional sports complex will be built at the address: Selskokhozyaistvennaya street, possession 26. Its total area will be about 17,400 square meters.

The sports complex will include swimming pools for adults and children, a hockey field, halls for squash, boxing, fencing, wrestling and table tennis. In addition, there will be gyms and fitness rooms, locker rooms, offices for coaches and medical personnel, inventory warehouses.

At the underground level, a parking lot and technical rooms will be equipped. Lawns will be laid out around the complex, and convenient access to the entire sports infrastructure is also provided.

In 2022-2024, more than 200 social infrastructure facilities are planned to be built at the expense of the city budget, including those for healthcare, education, sports and culture. It is planned to build 31 sports facilities by the end of 2024. In Moscow will appear 23 sports and recreation complexes, seven specialized sports facilities and one swimming pool.

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