The “Titul” residential complex located on the waterfront of Moscow river provides premium-class accommodations in the historic center of Moscow. Surrounded by architecture dating back to the XIX century, the buildings of the complex draw inspiration from them, flawlessly combining classical design elements with modern, laconic forms.
The underlying inspiration for the project’s layout is given by river stones, enveloped by currents of water. Accordingly, permanent structures allow for pedestrian flows to pass between them while their strategic arrangement creates a maximum number of viewpoints to historic landmarks such as the Holy Trinity Church on Bernikov Embankment.
A complex interaction with the complexe’s surroundings is most evident when analyzing the facades. Natural stone slabs and stylized decorative elements inspired by surrounding historical buildings link the complex with the rich history of its location, while the simple geometry of forms and the bold “slices” taken out to reveal golden coatings relate to modern trends in architecture and imply the building’s luxury status.