The steps are:
Clear differentiation between built and un-built areas within the location:
The un-built area is conceived as a centrally located public green space in which the most important social, cultural and educational facilities are located.
The built area is arranged as a condensed building zone in which all buildings for living, working and leisure are concentrated. This U-shaped zone encloses the green space.
The circulation system within the area forms the framework of the district. It is comprised of roads, lanes and paths intended for all categories of traffic: car traffic, slow traffic and pedestrians. Firstly, this network will leisurely connect all areas and buildings within the district. Secondly, it forms part of the slow traffic system that will connect it to the surrounding areas, when the Moscow Renovation Project is implemented. The most important of the connecting roads will be the east-west orientated Green Axis that traverses the area halfway.
There is a clear distinction between the two zones we propose for the district.
On the one hand side there is a perimeter formed by built structures. A combination of podium and block, with towers on top. The perimeter that is formed creates a front towards the surrounding major streets. On the other hand there is a central open green space with full grown trees. Almost untouched for 50 years, this space resembles a forest. Within that forest, some independent buildings stand in between the trees. Straight through the forest and along the podium strip, a new slow traffic network connects the district to its neighboring districts.