Fresh architectural solutions, glass facades and natural granite in the cladding. The Oslo Marine business center is like an elegant liner in the Bay of greenery-the building is located in the Smolensky Park of St. Petersburg. Nearby is an area of luxury housing and a fitness club. Within walking distance of Frunzenskaya metro station (400 meters), near Moskovsky Prospekt and the embankment of the Obvodny canal.
The authors of this unusual project are the Plotnikov, Kirillov and partners architectural bureau. The structural features of the building are inclined stained glass windows. In terms of geometry and color solutions, they are organically combined with the facing panels of the ventilated facade. The basement and main staircase are made of natural granite. The project developer was the Oslo Marine Group.
Initially, it was planned that part of the five-story building with an area of 4 thousand square meters will occupy an arboretum with a winter garden. For this purpose, panoramic glass facades were constructed. Today, there are offices, a conference hall for presentations, cafes, retail and storage facilities. The upper floors of the business center offer panoramic views of St. Petersburg.
The developer made special requirements for the glazing of the building. The indoor microclimate was to be optimal for exotic plants, and the amount of natural light was to be maximized. Preference was given to Pilkington Suncool® 66/33 Pro T architectural class glass. The product has energy-saving properties, passes a lot of light, it has a weak specularity and a good solar factor.
Glass: Pilkington Suncool® 66/33 Pro T Its ability to transmit a lot of light is relevant for both residential and commercial buildings in the overcast Northern Palmyra. A special coating of 20 protective layers of the multifunctional Double Silver ® coating is not visible to the eye, but allows you to save on heating – room heat does not go outside, the indoor temperature remains comfortable even in winter.