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za bor architects | Istra Tennis Club

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It is projected to locate the Tennis club on the 1.5 hectare area, on Istra riverside, in one of the most picturesque districts of Moscow Suburbs.

The project presumes, beside five open air courts, the creation of a large sports and recreational infrastructure incorporated in one vast complex.

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ext_0009Complex and very elongated building, is formed from several interpenetrative volumes. The major visual dominant is complex multilevel part of the building which represents four «casebound» volumes (forming three floors).

On the ground floor which is the biggest one with the area 4500 sqm, there are four tennis courts (occupying the volume of three fourths of the floor). Good insulation is provided by three large skylights. The ceiling is 9 m high, which allowed to organize balconies for the audience on the first floor. The second, smaller volume which is one the ground floor, contains a 25-meter pool, saunas and hamams. The entrance group, reception and sports inventory store are located there.

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int_0002On the first floor there is a gym with cardio machines through the façade glazing of which one can enjoy the river view; there is a café there as well from where one can watch tennis players on the courts.

On the third floor there is a hotel with 8 double suites and 6 junior suites.

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Location: Moscow, Russia
Architecture and design: za bor architects
Architects: Peter Zaytsev, Arseniy Borisenko
Site area: 1.5 Ha
Apartments area: 6 080 sqm
Built-on area: 4 890 sqm
Building volume: 63 557 cbm
Base: monolithic reinforce-concrete
Bearing walls: reinforce-concrete columns with foam concrete blocks filling with additional warming
Ceiling: monolithic reinforce-concrete
Roof coating: membrane roof
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