Articles | Parametrica architectural bureau


Efficient Productology: Principles of Ideal Yards

The developer’s effective productology, which Parametrica is working on, includes several sections: an effective master plan, functional apartments, and comfortable courtyards. Ivan Sukhikh, the founder of the bureau, often talks about master plans at seminars and conferences, and his book about effective planning will soon be published. Read more

Development is technology!

Development is not just pretty pictures. This is technology!
The development of the market inevitably leads to increased competition, the exactingness of the consumer is growing. The market for new buildings is no exception, especially in recent years of active lawmaking in this area. If 5-10 years ago the state of the industry allowed the developer to make many mistakes, today the requirements for business processes are becoming stricter. Managers have to “dry up” costs, while not just maintaining, but improving the characteristics of the proposed product. Ivan Sukhikh, the founder and methodologist of the Parametrica architectural bureau, tells what the solution to this dual problem can be. Read more

Why do we use H2 staircases instead of H1 in our projects?

The presence of smoke-free stairs is a prerequisite for buildings higher than 28 meters. Smoke-free stairs are designed to serve as an emergency exit for people. Read more

Storerooms in residential buildings

Multi-storey buildings have underground floors. They contain technical rooms with engineering communications that supply the apartments of the house Read more

How have crises and epidemics affected architecture and the approach to construction?

What is happening now in the architecture of new districts (COTs)? Why are they not functional? And what’s so good about them? Read more

In each project, the architects of Parametrica carefully work on the facades

It is important that each building has an original appearance and maintains the appearance of the quarter. So the quarter does not look monotonous, creates visual dynamics and is easier to navigate. Read more

We adhere to our own principles of creating a comfortable space for living

Thanks to this, a balance is maintained between the quality of the environment and the building density, which is set by the economics of the project. Today we will talk about quarterly buildings and variable number of floors. Read more

Common areas should be beautiful, comfortable and functional

Our approach to the design of residential buildings is that common areas should be beautiful, comfortable and functional so that the residents of the house perceive them as an extension of the apartment, including entrances and entrances. Read more