Julia Tryaskina spoke at the round table "New airports of Russia"


"First of all, the airport is a rigidly functional space," says Julia Tryaskina, co-founder of the UNK project. "So, it is important to focus here on technology rather than beauty".
At the ARCH Moscow 2018 exhibition TATLIN publishing house and the Signs of cities project held a round table "New airports of Russia", at which Airports of the Regions group company and five architect bureaus presented the airports of Simferopol, Ekaterinburg, Rostov-on-Don, Saratov, Samara, Novy Urengoy, Belgorod, Saransk.

Julia Tryaskina sheds light on the project of Simferopol the International Airport, which opened on April 16. The concept of the airport is based on garden and sea wave themes, which are highlighted by the facade and the interior lines.
Lightweight vibrating structures create a huge bright space resembling a park pavilion. A bright green wall, a real vertical garden, complements it. Inside the airport, there are thematic zones: for example, large plant beds with flowers and trees from Crimea. The theme of the region's natural diversity continues beyond the terminal, in the landscaped area of the airport and gradually dissolves in the landscape.
"We wanted to create a timeless interior that is not tied to today or tomorrow and doesn’t have any unnecessary "decorations." A relevant and functional interior, which could be in any city. Every detail is thoughtfully and thoroughly done. The core of the project has two forms: "wave" front lines that continue on the ceiling, and the “green” wall that breaks the waves. It is the first time we are doing such a large project at the intersection of technology and design. Well-coordinated solutions, care for details, extremely tight deadlines for design and construction. We are proud of this project. 75% of the materials we used are made in Russia, says Julia Tryaskina, managing partner of the UNK project.