Performative mocumentary research
A swim around the Peter and Paul Fortress
A swim around the Peter and Paul Fortress - one of the main symbols of St. Petersburg. Start and finish on the main city beach with panoramic views of the Palace Embankment, the Hermitage and the Spit of Vasilyevsky Island.
Public space "Sevcable Port"
A new cultural cluster on the territory of the former cable factory, which opened in 2017 with the presentation of the first “Waterfront" project.
The city portal "Fontanka.ru" holds the festival "Fontanka-SUP", which acquaints citizens with sapsurfing in all its splendor and simplicity!
Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre
White arkitekter, one of the most famous architectural bureaus of modern Sweden, built the Waterfront congress center in the center of Stockholm.
"Kaunas Вock" business centre
Located off the banks of the Neris River, the Kauno dokas business center is fully built in accordance with the Green Building performance philosophy.
Water show "Zaplyv"
Летний фестиваль прошедший в парке 300-летия Санкт-Петербурга в 2018 году. Основным хэдлайнером мероприятия стал масштабный заплыв на самодельных плавсредствах с абсолютно безумными дизайнами.
Food court "Vippa"
Vippa is a food court situated on the edge of the Oslo fjord. Our facilities – formerly used to store goods from all over the world – now act as the hub for roughly a dozen food stands, offering sustainable and diverse food to Oslo’s bustling foodscape.
The annual festival held in the park of the 300th anniversary of St. Petersburg.
St. Petersburg Yacht Club. Annual regatta "Nord Stream Race"
St. Petersburg Public Sports Organization The St. Petersburg Yacht Club was established in 2007 and is the successor to the oldest yacht club in the world - the Neva Fleet, conceived by Peter the Great at the beginning of the 18th century.
Temporary rapid installation on the beach of the Vasilevsky Island of St. Petersburg is designed to protect from wind russian BBQ ---a review tour point for redevelopment of the water line and post-industrial areas of the Hanseatic cities - the program of the Chicago College of Architecture CCA Illinois Institute of Technology IIT in cooperation with the University of Hafencity HCU, Hamburg.
«Urban Room» design studio in cooperation with "Kvadrat" youth center voluntarily engaged in the environmental problem of borschivka spread in the urban coastal areas.
Right to water
Educational exchange project. The purpose of the community is the activation of the urban water environment by citizens through events, communication, study and improvement of legislation.
Lakhta Center is a multifunctional complex in St. Petersburg with the headquarters of the Gazprom Group and public spaces that occupy about a third of the space.
A verdant oasis with a restaurant, bar and alfresco section, located on the pier, waterfront and a barge at Norr Mälarstrand with a stunning view of the waters of Riddarfjärden. Atmospheric, cozy local restaurant and high-spirited bar with great music. Open during the summer season only.
Pianist performance on a raft that floats along rivers and canals
Petersburg pianist Pavel Andreev, who has already become famous for his concerts in unusual places, is going to stage an unusual performance on the water this time.
Project "Friends of Karpovka"
An initiative group of local residents and urban experts, aimed at developing the public space around the Karpovka River.
"Stranden" – The Waterfront Promenade
‘Stranden’ is the first of a multi-stage redevelopment of the precinct known as ‘Aker Brygge’ in Oslo, Norway. It is part of a greater effort to reinvigorate Oslo’s post-industrial waterfront by creating a 12km long publically accessible waterfront promenade, connecting the city’s east and west. The precinct’s developer, Norwegian Property (NPRO), aims to reinvigorate Aker Brygge by refurbishing the urban outdoor spaces, transforming the area’s retail concept, and introducing new office space.
Man-made island "New Holland"
New Holland is a man-made island in St. Petersburg, which is closely connected with the naval history of the city.
Race on Rubber Women on the Vuoksa River
A comic regatta, which runs from 2003 to 2017. The rubber-women race was very popular, but local authorities banned further events.