Pair of Pink Residential Towers Envisioned in Moscow
A pair of 25- and 27-story pink residential towers is envisioned as part of the first stage of development of the ZIL-Yug territory in Moscow, ArchSovet reports. Designed by Buromoscow, EtalonProekt, the 32,000-m2 project is set to include a common base and an L-shaped open terrace area at the seventh level. Pearlescent pink aluminum panels and light woodgrain window profiles of varying depths distinguish the façade. No construction timeframe was provided for the project, which was announced by the Chief Architect of Moscow Sergey Kuznetsov.