Vidny residential area in Tyumen is a large housing project developed by Brusnika Development. It consist of 11 phases constructed during the last 10 years, out of which the landscapes of the last 8 has been designed by S&P Achitektura Krajobrazu.
The landscape masterplan proposed by our office is based on a landscaped pedestrian boulevard designed as a main communication axis connecting all 11 parts of the development. Designed in a form of an alley of lime trees, planted with a rich mix of perennials, ornamental grasses and shrubs, it also acts as a visual division, helping to hide views of large areas of carparking, required by the local planning regulations.
Two main entry zones into the district where placed on both ends of the boulevard. Tall stelas indicating the main entry/meeting points were constructed on the squares. In the areas where the pedestrian boulevard crosses internal district roads elevated pedestrian crossings with the pattern continuing the pedestrian theme were proposed to give priority to pedestrian traffic.
Children and sport areas were placed at a secure distance from vehicular traffic. A semi-public fenced off safe zones were provided for each complex to allow for residents privacy.
Individually designed play equipment with a large sand areas where developed to suite various ages of children in the complex.
Lime trees where used to create a main green structure of the area, with acer and birch trees providing shade in summer, and spruces and pines sheltering areas from winds in winter.
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