‘Comfort Town’ is the first residential building in Kiev. the capital of Ukraine which uses a ‘block’ urban development model supported by the government through community and residential development projects forming a beautiful silhouette of a building The apartment itself is neatly arranged. and a pedestrian courtyard full of space that meets the comfort standards of building real estate for living in Ukraine
Building a barrier city like this This results in two separate areas: a ‘street’ where motorbike traffic is allowed, and an inner ‘courtyard’ with interconnected playgrounds, benches and lanes. Of course, for safety. different types of vehicles will not be able to enter this inner courtyard Except emergency services vehicles only.
with a limited budget Architects have created various architectures. with simple geometric shapes that show the shell of an apartment building But the simplicity of these houses projected an interesting picture through 3 things:
1) Silhouettes: Different heights of different levels create interesting building shapes.
2) Windows : This is the first residential project to use French balconies. and arrange windows to switch back and forth for a unique look
3) Colors: This area is also the first residential area in Ukraine to use unique colors.
In the details of this residential area there will be a community of 8,500 apartments, a Modern Education Academy with a nursery for up to 160 children, an elementary school for 140 and an A+ secondary school for 600, a retail complex measuring 4,500 sq.m. and the size of a fitness complex of 4,600 square meters with 3 swimming pools plus a gym There is an outdoor sports complex of 15,000 m2, cafes, shops, supermarkets. There is also an office on the ground floor of the apartment building. A further 22 playgrounds have maintenance services to support them.
City development with a blocky style like this. leading to a more community environment There is a pedestrian yard where people can walk. Children can play safely together. With good public transport and plenty of public spaces, Comfort Town is not just a bright and colorful place to live. But ready to support the creation of a new generation of Ukrainian people’s lives to be better than before
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