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Residential complex “Brama”

The project is part of a revitalization strategy for non-functional industrial zones in the area of Pidzamche in Lviv. At the moment, it is a territory with buildings that once belonged to the Bachevsky factory, known for their strong drinks in the territory of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. These buildings have historical and cultural value and will be reconstructed. The other part of buildings were erected in the Soviet period, they have a utilitarian purpose and are subject to be demolished.

The project is split conditionally and devide into two parts – public and residential. This division is planned to be performed by walkways, which will combine cultural and recreational facilities. One of the main innovations is the placement of a cable railway, that will restore the connection between the city center and the Pidzamche district. Around the cable railway is planned to form a new center of the old city, which will become a place of the combination of business and tourism activity.

Residential part –  a cozy closed quarter of humane scales with buildings of low floor, providing the comfort of inhabitants living. The architecture of the complex with attic floors and roof terraces will fill up the panorama of Lviv and the view from the High Castle.

  • Architects: AVR Development
  • Lead Architect: Volodymyr Yosypchuk
  • Team: Yevhenia Petrych, Mykyta Makukhin, Oleksandr Betsenko, Oleksandr Petrenko, Sofia Bilynska
  • Year: 2018-2019
  • Location: 116 Bohdan Khmelnytskyi Street, Lviv, Ukraine
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