Bodo, Norway, October 05, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- The award is granted as a part of the 54th ISOCARP congress in Bodø, Norway. The jury evaluated the projects according to the criteria of innovation, the role of public spaces, energy efficiency, the approach to historical heritage and the socio-economic impact. The ISOCARP Award for Excellence has been held since 2005; throughout the years, projects from Canada, China, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, Belgium, and Portugal have been recipients of this award.
Strelka KB CEO Denis Leontiev explained the details of the "My Street" project to the congress audience. The program has created an unprecedented situation in the professional approach to design in the post-Soviet space. In three years (2015-2017), 92 km of streets were rebuilt along which 7,000 energy-efficient street lamps were installed, and 7,000 trees were planted. To design key locations, Strelka KB invited international and Russian architectural firms including Diller Scofidio + Renfro, karres+brands, West 8, Plan_B, Snøhetta, Topotek 1, Irene Djao-Rakitine and others. Together with the transformation of individual spaces, Strelka KB developed the Consolidated Standard of Moscow Street Redesign, which made it possible to launch an urban renewal process on a large scale.
“The ISOCARP award is a recognition by the international professional community of Strelka KB’s methodology and approaches to urban development by the international professional community,” Denis Leontiev remarked.
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