Two eight-storey buildings with 98 apartments are due for completion by the end of 2022. They will look somewhat different from the existing buildings, featuring balconies that are more modern and angular.
The buildings at Paekalda 23 were designed by Pluss Architects, while the floor plans and interior finishing packages were devised in cooperation with the team from LÄVI. This architectural symphony is set to continue with the construction of the apartment buildings at Paekalda 15, 17, 19 and 21.
The next buildings to undergo construction will be those earmarked for Paekalda 27, which were designed by architects from R-Konsult, led by Irina Raud. Their placement will make the most of the gradient of the surrounding landscape, using it to create private and semi-private spaces for the residents of the apartment building.
Passers-by will see landscaped slopes and an avenue of trees, while residents will have the use of spacious, green, south-facing, multi-level rooftop terraces with both playing and relaxation areas and a sizeable summer pavilion. The greenery featured on the roof will be based on vegetation characteristic of the surrounding plateau.
The entrances to the complex, which will comprise four separate blocks, will be clearly distinguishable for their elegant design. All of the apartments will come with a spacious balcony opening out from the living room.