Playgrounds of the residential complex West Garden
Location: Moscow
Area: 1580 sq.m.
Year: 2020-2021
Client: Inteco
Partners: Bella Filatova, Alexandra Chertkova, Anna Rodionova, Anastasia Rychkova;
Lead architect: Alexandra Zyuzina;
Architects: Olga Paramonova, Diana Filippovich, Anna Mayorova, Darya Pilipak;
Maste plan: Maria Mironenko;
Lighting: Kultura Sveta.

The children's environment project of the West Garden residential complex is a pilot project using neurodynamic methods in the design of the spaces for kids. The essence of the methodology is that the playground is not only a space for games and a meeting place but also an accessible simulator of a child's brain development and part of a well-formed complex environment. The global goal of the project is to spread the experience of meaningful design of playgrounds throughout the city and make the techniques and algorithms available to everyone.
A superorganism is an organism consisting of many organisms. Usually, this is a social unit where there is a division of labor based on the specialization of individuals, and where individual organisms are not able to survive (Wikipedia). Social organisms live in colonies, taking care of their common home. Sometimes the body and the house are indivisible substances.
The entire West Garden complex is like one superorganism, where the specialization of each area works for the benefit of the overall complex development.