In Pictures: Voting Underway to Choose Design for Zone 2 of Nová Zbrojovka
Voting has opened this week to choose between three possible designs for Zone 2 of the Nová Zbrojovka complex, an extensive redevelopment of the former armaments factory to the east of the city centre. Visualization: Kuba & Pilař architekti s.r.o.
Brno, Feb 17 (BD) – Zone 2 is the part of the complex where the main entrance was
Proposals also included public spaces, parking areas and a mix of administrative, retail and residential buildings, to create a pleasant access route into the area. The zone is also connected to the military hospital and a monastery complex.
Designs for the six zones are all being chosen separately; proposed designs for the central Zone 5, for example, are currently out for public consultation (Read more in our previous story: “Eleven Proposals For New Design of Zone 5 of Nová Zbrojovka Open For Public Consultation”).
Voting began this week for the Zone 2 design, with three different proposals included in the vote.
You can view the three proposals and cast your vote at the project website.
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