Project
Historic environment regeneration

Category 
Best Project of Public Space by Student

About the project
The St John Chrysostom Cathedral was an essential piece of the lost urban composition of District 2 in Yaroslavl. The first thing the designer suggests is preserving the archaeological excavation site in a glass cage. Its walls will be used to project a ghost of the cathedral, transparent and light. This will reduce the effect the new facilities have on the historic environment.
The district will be used to arrange a landscaped park based on the reconsidered original layouts. Using pavements and podiums, the architect locates here the footprints of the buildings, which are 2 centuries old. In fact, this is a hi-tech ode to memories of the past.

Location
Yaroslavl, Russia

Project design year
2022

Extra visual materials (photos, videos etc.)
https://disk.yandex.ru/d/lTb4FAVcvJFT5Q

Applicant and author of the project
Diana Milto, Master of Architecture

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Thank you for your participation and support of the nominees! The laureates and finalists of the Premio del Pubblico (People’s Choice Award) were announced on November 15. 2022.

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