A range of street furniture from Punto Design was supplied to Khodynskoye Pole, one of the most modern and striking parks in Moscow.
The 25-hectare park is situated on the ancient Khodynsky meadow, a site with a rich history including military clashes and the coronations of emperors. Its construction took five years and it opened during the celebration of City Day in 2018.
The tender for the design of the park was won by Russian architectural firm Kleinewelt Architekten.
The area is now a modern and picturesque park with a two-level pond, children's play area, sports grounds, open-air training equipment, tennis courts, basketball courts and skateboard tracks.
Punto Design supplied benches of various configurations, litter bins and other street furniture to provide facilities and comfort for all park users, local residents and visitors to the capital.
Punto Design's in-house design team, state-of-the-art production facilities, and ability to deliver excellent value for money were essential in delivering the finished features for the park.