Address of office complex: Moscow, ul. Sharikopodshipnikovskaya, d. 5. This A-class office centre is at the junction of three administrative districts of Moscow: Central, Southern and South-Eastern. Opened in September 2015, it at once became a dominant architectural feature of Russia’s capital.
The author of the Dominion Tower concept is the famous British architect Zaha Hadid, the first woman in the world to win the Pritzker Prize (the architectural equivalent of the Nobel Prize) in 2004.
The seven-storey building has a dynamically complex shape with corbels inset a considerable distance from the external outline of the ground floor. The office spaces here are quite varied.
The building is in an avant-garde style, changing the traditional concepts of space and architectural geometry. The use of white as the main colour and the open spaces filled with light create a sensation of limitlessness and weightlessness.
Alongside it are Moscow’s main transport arteries: the Sadovoye and Tretye Transportnoye Ring Roads, the bank of the Moskva River and Volgogradski Prospekt. The Paveletskaya office zone is not far away.
The area of the plot is 0.3134 ha. The total floor space of the building is 21,475 sq.m., and the total for the office premises is 10,416.3 sq.m. Parking spaces for 251 cars. The most modern engineering systems and security and control systems. Standby electricity supply and optic fibre telecommunications.
The special “Augmented Reality” technology makes it possible to take a virtual tour of the Dominion Tower on virtually any Mac IOS or Android-controlled mobile device. The special marker - Специальный маркер – and programme can be downloaded on the office complex website at webpage: http://dominiontower.ru/virtualny-maket/