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    The Rhythmic Gymnastics Palace is part of the architectural and park ensemble of the Luzhniki Olympic Complex. The external appearance of the building, reminiscent of the swing of a gymnastic ribbon, conveys the associative connection of the building's form with its function.


    The palace is intended for holding competitions in rhythmic gymnastics at various levels, up to the European and World Championships, as well as for other sports, training, recreational and cultural events.


    In addition to sports facilities, it includes premises for media representatives, a temporary accommodation block for athletes, a medical recovery center, a SPA zone, doping control rooms, as well as other auxiliary and service areas necessary for the functioning of the Palace.


    The Rhythmic Gymnastics Palace can accommodate up to 250 athletes and 4,000 spectators in the competition mode and up to 2,500 visitors during cultural events.


    On the ground floor of the building there are three training halls (each with three carpets), changing rooms for athletes, coaching and judging rooms, saunas, a dining room and a buffet.


    On the second floor there is a lobby with a buffet, a multimedia museum, two choreographic halls, a gym and a medical and rehabilitation hall.


    The third floor houses the press center, commentator rooms, press bar and workshops.


    On the fourth floor there are boxes for VIP guests for 80 people.


    Also in the remote part of the building, from the 1st to the 5th floors, there is a hotel for athletes, designed for 113 people. Each of its floors has its own color scheme.


    In 2020, the Irina Viner-Usmanova Rhythmic Gymnastics Palace in Luzhniki won the prestigious award in the field of development and architecture MIPIM Awards 2020 in the category "Best sports and cultural facility".


    The project is the winner of the 2016 BIM technology competition.


    Video materials provided by the Palace of Rhythmic Gymnastics Irina Viner-Usmanova

    Figures and facts
    • Year 2019
    • Location Moscow, Luzhniki 24, p. 24
    • Area 23 500 m2
    • Height 30,86 m
    • Number of storeys 5
    • Number of underground storeys 1
    • Status Built
    • Architecture PRIDE
    • Customer Mosinzhproekt
    • Developer USM Development
    Scope of work
    • Design stages Concept

      Project documentation

      Tender documentation

      Detail design
    • Architectural and structural design Technological solutions

      Structural solutions
    • Design of internal engineering systems Heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems

      Water supply and sewerage systems

      Power supply systems

      Low-current system

      Automation and dispatching systems
    • Organization of construction works production plan
    • Special sections Environmental protection measures

      Energy efficiency

      Measures for safe operation of buildings

      Fire safety measures