The Vershina Trade and Entertainment Centre is the first high-end shopping centre in Surgut and offers space for retail, an indoor roller drome, extreme sports areas, dance studios, restaurants, bars and an underground nightclub. On a total gross floor area of 37,000 m2 spread over eight storeys, the building provides around-the-clock activities for all visitors, young and old.
The concept for the building is based on a dialectical play between dark and light, solid and transparent, open and closed. The building is equipped with an extensive exterior lighting scheme. The primary cuts in the facade divide the basic mass into sharp volumes that allow daylight in, and radiate artificial light at night. These cuts are accompanied by secondary cuts in the facade, the so-called lines of light. The primary and secondary cuts in the building’s skin allow the building to act as a beacon of light during the dark winter months and provide an exciting contrast to the repetitive panel housing that defines the city of Surgut at present.
erick van egeraat has completed the ‘vershina trade and entertainment centre’ in surgut, russia, the city’s first five-star international shopping centre. with a gross floor area of 37,000 m2, the complex hosts a number of services in addition to retail and restaurants, including a sports hall, dance studios,
integrative parking and an underground nightclub.
The "Vershina" Trade and Entertainment Centre is the first five-star international shopping center in Surgut and offers space for retail, extreme sports areas, dance studios, restaurants, bars and an underground night-club.
Dit 37.000 vierkante meter grote gebouw beidt ruimte aan winkels, sport, dans, restaurants, bars en een ondergrondse nachtclub. Het complex is 24 uur per dag geopend en is interessant voor bezoekers van alle leeftijden.
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