The city of Moscow can be seen as a little disjointed archipelago, not even articulated, that generates discontinuities, many vacant spaces, a structure of inefficient mobility and finally a difficult city to live.
To change this situation, Moscow needs a big project, that now can be acomplished.
We propose to articulate this archipelago and transform it into a mosaic in which each piece has its own meaning, but all will simultaneously build, over time, a coherent picture.
Each piece of the mosaic is a place that responds to different urban conditions, with different urban potential and with a distinct identifiable landscape [by the citizens of Moscow and visitors] that will accommodate the maximum richness of uses and being, to some extent, independent of each other, multiplying their effects.
The Moscow River is the central figure of this mosaic, [such as rivers in cities like Paris, Shanghai and Madrid, where we have transformed the city with great project that has “located” again the river in its urban core]