Shyshymskaya Gorka project is the first stage for a major urban transformation scheme of Uktus, district of Ekaterinburg — the 2 million inhabitant capital of the Sverdlovsk region, Russia. The ambitious urban scheme, developed together with a Dutch architectural firm KCAP for local developer Brusnika, sets up to transform a mix of dilapidated wooden and brick houses and haphazard blocks of flats constructed during the last 50 years in various styles, into a cohesive urban structure. The aim is to provide all necessary amenities to current and future inhabitants, including a substantial green infrastructure component. The scheme also establishes an equally ambitious set of goals that, if met, will at least partially make this area of the city more climatically, economically, and socially resilient.
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