Fountain reconstruction and rearrangement of the square at the Russian National Library
Best Project of Public Building or Facility
About the project
The fountain at the library, located along an important federal road – Moscow Prospect, was built in 1998 and comprises two bowls with a total area of 1,217.5 m2 with 6 architectural compositions.
The project provides for reconstruction of the existing bowls; keeping of the existing fountain vases; closing down of the parking lots at the library and arranging a parking space for 75 cars along Basseynaya Street; rearrangement of the square at the library; and accomplishment of the library’s premises.
Moscow Prospect 165, block 2, St. Petersburg, Russia
Project design year
Melnichenko Architectural Studio
Author of the project