Authors of "Archiland", the Architectural and Landscape Center
The name “Red”, in the sense of “beautiful”, represents a wide associative range of the Russian capital and its gardens of various epochs, and also emphasizes the red as the color of the Russian avant-garde.
Anastasia Golovina, Vitaly Panteleev
"The retinue plays"
Myasnitskiye Vorota Square
The concept of the garden is based on the events of the novel by M.A. Bulgakov "Master and Margarita."
Patricia Garcia Alayo
Above the roof
Arbat Street, 48
The concept of the garden is based on the image of an abandoned place, a space left by man and re-captured by nature.
Alessandro Trivelli, Silvia Calatroni
"You are The Landscape"
Kuznetsky Most Street, 7
According to the authors, this immersive garden is not only a space, but it’s also a dialogue, an attempt to build an interaction between people, nature, history, culture and the city proper.
Lorenza Bartolazzi, Luca Catalano, Claudia Clementini
Krasnaya Presnya Street
The garden is shaped as a regular circle and creates an enclosed space filled with plants - an island of wildlife in the middle of a big city.
Krymsky Val Street, 9
The project is based on the image of modern Moscow. Huge avenues with a continuous stream of cars, modern skyscrapers with a huge number of people.
Richard Marfiak, Michael Marchinov
360 Flower Garden
Presnenskaya Embankment, 4с1
Flowers and colors – this is something that always evokes emotions, whether it be natural or urban landscape.
Novy Arbat Street, 19-21
This garden is a metaphor of a life's journey with all its ups and downs.
Whirlwind of destiny
Klimentovsky lane, 23с1
The name of the project – “Whirlwind of Destiny” – is represented in architectural forms and in the design of flower beds. The sundial is a symbol of time. This is the central and most stable element of the composition but, however, it sets all the rest in motion.
Korovy Val Street, к1А
The layout of the round apple orchard itself resembles an apple. Cache-pots are not tied to a rigid form, the garden is "plastic", free, there are no corners and no tension in it.
The authors of the "Yolki" company
Novy Arbat Street, 15
At the heart of the planning of the garden are geometric planes and triangles, similar to the figures made in the technique of origami.
Zelenograd, Ploshchad Yunosti
The source of inspiration for the creation of this garden was the image of Moscow on the canvases of Wassily Kandinsky: lively, vibrant, multicolored.
The authors of the "Derevo Park" company
Architecture of Nature
Novy Arbat Street, 19-21
This garden is a projection of the future of our cities, where nature goes hand in hand with Industrialization, as the natural vegetation becomes one with architecture, softening and amplifying it.
Dmitry Bochkov, Denis Batashev
Novy Arbat Street, 15
The source of the idea for creating the project was nostalgia for nature in the city. We need a space to look for peace, inspiration and freedom.
Tinatin Khimshiashvili, Marina Shimanskaya, Giorgi Saginadze
Novy Arbat Street, 17
The idea of the garden is a centuries-old history of the interpenetration of cultures of the East and the West and the famous Silk Road as its important component.
Krasilnikova Elina, Abdrashitova Nadezhda, Vakhrameeva Olga, Zlateva Ana, Zduljakin Ilya, Goncharik Alesya
Zelenograd, Ploshchad Yunosti
2019 was declared the Year of Theater in Russia. That inspired us to create a garden called the "Entr'acte". This will be a garden-illusion, a garden-impression and a garden-mystery.
Topographical Flower Stories
The landscape is unstable and changes depending on the season and time of day, on the weather and lighting. The landscape is not perfect: for everyone the perfect landscape is different.
Kamergersky Lane, 4с1
220 years ago in Moscow was born a great poet, a founder of the modern Russian language, the pride and wealth of the nation. The "Green Fluff" Garden was created in memory of Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin.
Adel Sironi, David Rampinelli
Mira Avenue, 119с1
The Universal rhythm is inspired by the orthogonal geometry of the painting by artist Piet Mondrian. The project consists of modular designs of simple geometric shapes of various sizes and heights.
Tverskoy Boulevard, 2
The concept of the garden is a modern interpretation of a classic rock garden. The constructions of clear geometric shapes are used to create the image of rocks, between which wooden benches are "stuck".
Maggie Wu, Alejandro O'Neil
The concept of this project is based on a round shaped traditional garden maze.
Petrovka Street, 15
The starting point for the work on the garden was the shallow sea bottom of the tropics with its unusual colorful landscapes.
Harmony with Diagonals
Rozhdestvenka Street, 7
On the map of Moscow the diagonal lines of streets connect and form space-polygons of various shapes and sizes.
The inspiration for creating this garden was the panorama of the city. The garden actually becomes a reflection of the panoramic contour of the city buildings.
Bolshaya Sukharevskaya Square
According to one of the versions, the name of the Neglinka river derives from the old Russian word “neglinok” – a “swampy place” because of numerous swamps and marshes that were in its channel.
Tanya Niemenen, Tina Holmberg
Goblin and Sunbeam
This garden is an illustration of a famous Finnish tale by Reino Helismaa. It’s about how a goblin, a child of darkness, fell in love with a ray of sunshine.
Leninsky Avenue, 97к3
The garden is designed to have a therapeutic effect on children with mental and physical specialties.
Team of authors of the “DN Landscape Studio” company
Bolshoy Koptevsky Drive, 5
The main idea of the garden is to create a space for rest and learning about the world, adapted for blind and visually impaired children and visually appealing to viewers.
Group of Authors of the "Socotra" company: Olga Gribova and Anastasia Ostroumova
Shmitovsky Drive, 29с2
The "New Earth" Garden is a journey to the depths, the romance of adventure and discovery. From the outside the garden looks like an amazing island with smooth outlines and unusual plants.
Inessa Kaushakite, Svetlana Gorbatova
Akademika Anokhina Street, 28к1
The social project “Hope” is a specialized playground for the state educational preschool institutions of a correctional type for children with speech and language development retardations of various severity.
Akademika Pavlova Street, 15с1
The garden represents the sea world, where the center of the composition is the whale. The theme of the wave and blue-azure shades will help achieve the effect of meditation.
Pavlova Irina, Tsai Marina, Volodina Elena, Salikhova Elizaveta, Kryazhevskaya Anastasia, Subocheva Tatyana, Mishago Polina, Lukicheva Alexandra
Green Pharmacy of Suvorov
Leninsky Avenue, 10k10
“Green Pharmacy of Suvorov” is an artistic embodiment of the concept of a therapeutic garden and represents the key principles of organizing a therapeutic environment
Egor Bulygin, Anton Melnikov, Yuliya Nesterenko
The Peace Archipelago
It is important for everyone (especially a resident of a megalopolis) not to lose harmony and peace of mind.
Novy Arbat Street, 13
The garden design follows the silhouette of an open book. "Book" consists of triangular cells. They are filled with frosted glass, wood, plants, and some remain empty.
Luzhnetskaya Embankment, 24/1
Each person has his own life path. There are various difficulties that we overcome. This bright and eventful path we pass together with dear people.
Kosygina Street, 28
The idea of this project is summer, city, simplicity. Our garden is a small landscaped area, where you can stop and pause for a while.
The idea of this garden is to create a cozy rural corner in the city and to reproduce a fragment of a beloved, but almost forgotten landscape.
Sofya Romashkova, Mai Lin Chin
Lesnaya Street, 20с3
There are many limits in our life. Some restrict our freedom, others – set the direction of movement, which can then continue beyond.
Elizaveta Trub, Daria Timoshina
The garden consists of several zones: two laterals and one central. Next to each zone there are beds with flower compositions and benches where you can relax from the city bustle among natural plants.
Popov Sergo, Anna Anikina, Krista Oksana
404. You’ve Found it
Rochdelskaya Street, 15с1
The life of the metropolis is in constant motion, we are always in the flow, in the thick of events and people. Our regular routes merge into a single traffic of thousands of chaotic movements.
Alina Chernikova, Andrey Pylaev
On the roof
Nizhny Susalny Lane, 4с3
Continuing the idea of Le Corbusier, a pioneer of architectural modernism and functionalism, we created a “roof garden” and placed it on the ground.
Elena Khaltanova, Yulia Krasnova, Elena Pisareva
Flowers of Architecture
Nizhnyaya Syromyatnicheskaya Street, 10Ас1
Constructivism is one of the brightest areas of Moscow architecture. The Moscow avant-garde was ahead of its time and influenced the work of the best architects of our time: Zaha Hadid, Peter Eisenman, Rem Koolhaas.