One of the main streets in the Italian city of Turin, Via Po, is decorated with porticoes – covered galleries with columns adjoining each building. At EVER each entryway also has its own portico – with columns and benches, vertical landscaping and cosy evening light. No matter how heavy the rain in Moscow is, it won't stop you from feeling a little like you are in Italy.
Textured masonry creates a whimsical play of light and shadow on the façade, making it three-dimensional and plastic. Such a technique is often used in chamber, club-type residential projects – but for a high-rise business-class complex it is a truly innovative technology.
French windows, balcony grilles and panoramic stained-glass windows on the upper floors add to the diversity of the buildings and make contemplation of the EVER architecture as relaxing as meditating in a Zen garden.
The lobby entrances are recessed into the façades of the buildings and hidden behind an elegant colonnade. On summer mornings, it's a convenient place to wait for your family to gather and go for a walk. In the evening, sit on the outdoor sofa and read in the light from the luxurious chandelier. During the day, take a closer look at the gallery ceilings, which are decorated with unique panels of onyx mineral texture.
To get a feel for the individuality of each tower, you only have to get close to it. The lower façade tier is made with the utmost love for detail. Materials with a variety of rich textures and colours will be used on the façades. For each building the architects have developed a unique look, but within a unified concept for the whole project.
LEAVING THE CITY
Ever is located in the south-west of Moscow, 7 minutes from Kaluzhskaya metro station. It is within walking distance of some major green spaces: Vorontsovsky Park and the 88 ha Yugo-Zapadny Forest Park. And within a few minutes' drive, there is a landscape reserve and Moscow's second largest park.