Saint-Petersburg Mining University
Urban Design and Landscape
Currently, the «river gates» of St. Petersburg are represented by the Bolshoi Obukhovskiy Bridge, the river passenger port on the right bank and the Spartak… more
Wyższa Szkoła Przedsiębiorczości i Administracji w Lublinie
Architecture is my passion. I love shaping the space we live in. To create it based on the… more
Firstly, I would like to congratulate the project and for tackling such an important topic in these times as the revitalisation of degraded areas.
It has been a pleasure to analyse this project and it points in the right direction to exploit the potential of a neglected area in the city centre. Bringing a degraded part of the city back to life and complementing it with new functions is a very good direction in creating multifunctional facilities in areas in need of revitalisation.
The lump of the building, its simple lines and the colour scheme of the façade fit in well with the character of the place and do not overwhelm it. The design is very attractive and has the potential to give the town a high profile and influence the future development of the area. Improving the shoreline and increasing the number of boat parking spaces will certainly increase tourist traffic, which could probably have a big impact on development.
A big plus for the hand-drawn conceptual drawings!
It would be good to provide an analysis of the area, e.g. a SWOT analysis, a communication analysis with the city as a whole. This would be an ideal introduction to the design stage.
Dear Robert Juśkiewicz, thanks a lot for the feedback! The proposal to provide more analysis including SWOT is a great idea, I'll try to implement it so the project would be more detailed and conscious.