A new residential-led urban quarter
The 2.4 hectare Mirabad project represents a new type of residential-led, mixed-use development in the uzbek city of Tashkent. Creating a striking new urban quarter, the development regenerates this entire area of the city. Discreet quarters with communal courtyard gardens will offer residents a sense of private space in a busy urban environment. The varying types of apartment will mostly face the internal courtyards, away from the street’s noise.
Luxury residential properties
The development site has a long, prime frontage on Mirabad Street, which links two main routes between the city centre and airport. The concept for this residential development is a group of four blocks, each comprising luxury residential properties, efficiently arranged around private courtyard. Each block is completed with corner feature towers containing penthouses at the top. The development at street level is fully dedicated to Retail and F&B.
'Smart' building design scheme
The scheme will incorporate ‘smart’ building – residential buildings will be designed to maximise environmental, technical and economic efficiency. Residents’ comfort is prioritised, with digital technology incorporated to reduce the need for manual operation of services as well as allowing residents to manage their apartments from anywhere in the world.
Attractive and safe
Architectural style follows that of the surrounding area, with five 12-storey towers acting as punctuation between the main nine-storey buildings, all served by two levels of underground car parking. Roadways, paths and public realm spaces are uncluttered, attractive and safe for residents and visitors alike.
High Resolution: https://www.behance.net/gallery/60964595/MIRABAD-AVENUE