On the threshold on a snowboard: residential project to the ski slope on the roof
• On the threshold on a snowboard: residential project to the ski slope on the roof of
Usually, when there is a desire to go skiing with steep slopes, it is necessary to get out of the city limits, wasting a lot of time. But Kazakh architect proposed to solve this problem through the construction of this route for skiers and snowboarders directly from the roof of an apartment house. This option will make the house of this landmark.
The concept of the residential complex to the ski slope on the roof of the Kazakh architect Schoch Mataybekova.
Kazakh architect Shohan Mataybekov introduced the concept of a unique residential complex to the ski slope on the roof - "House-Slalom" in Astana. 21-storey U-shaped design can be a real landmark.
Slalom House - house project with a snow slope on the roof.
on the roof of the shutter length will be 326 meters.
In contrast to the ski slopes on natural slopes, operating only a few months of the year, this descent is planned to be used year-round. Slalom House summer cover synthetic snegozamenitelem Snowflex, which is melted by heat. For the safety of skiers, the whole route will be surrounded by a high barrier. shutter length is 326 meters, width - 27 meters. Instead lift skiers can enjoy a glass elevator.
the unique design of the house to the skiing slopes in Kazakhstan.
On the first floor of the building will be located shopping area, and the higher will be 2-room residential apartments (421 apartments).
Kazakh architect Shohan Mataybekov near the stand with the project.
Shohan Maytabekov claims that construction similar object is much more advantageous than the construction of an artificial slope and lifts. So far the project has not officially confirmed, but the approximate cost will be $ 70 million.
Unique snowy trail in Astana. Concept.
If the project is implemented, "Slalom-house" can quite become a popular destination for fans of ski and snowboard, because they no longer need to spend 4 hours to reach the nearest ski slope.