Comfort Town | Archimatika

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Project Name: Comfort Town

Practice: Archimatika

Products: AutoDesk, Graphisoft, VELUX Commercial, Baumit, Caparol, Isover, REHAU, Aeroc, Arcelor Mittal, Eurovent, Kreisel

Firm Location: Ukraine, Kyiv

Completion year: 2020

Gross Built up Area: 512 200 sqm

Project Location: Ukraine, Kyiv

Lead Architects: Dmytro Vasyliev, Aleksandr Popov, Olga Alfiorova

Design Team: Dmytro Vasyliev, Aleksandr Popov, Olga Alfiorova, O. Stolovyi, K. Romanenko, O. Lymarenko, S. Hrabar, O. Chubarov, V. Bebeshko, V. Pleshynets, Y. Zynovieva, O. Myhda, M. Morkovnyk, S. Kovalchuk, O. Hrytsak, K. Onachuk, A. Denysenko, V. Sinenko

Contractors: KAN Development

Photo Credits: Alexander Angelovskiy, Andrey Avdeenko, Oleg Kucherenko

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Project Description

(“Text as submitted by architect”)

Glance out of the airplane window as you descend into Kyiv’s Borispol airport and you are likely to spot a 40-hectare explosion of rainbow-colored concrete on the ground below. This is Comfort Town, erupting from its drab surroundings like Lego on a shabby grey carpet. Comfort Town’s 180 low-rise apartment buildings are indeed inspired by children’s building blocks; a playful response to the sprawling 1950s and 60s communist-era housing that encircles them.

The secured grounds operate as a city-within-a-city, housing everything needed for modern life, from shops and restaurants to schools and gyms. “Your little slice of Europe in Kyiv,” declares the brochure. Indeed, for the most part, its 8,500 apartments and manicured courtyards have been embraced by a generation of young families and urban professionals who feel culturally closer to Europe than to the country’s Soviet heritage.

The first residential complex in Ukraine based on the block development principle, instead of customary Soviet micro-district type. A different number of stories of adjacent buildings (ranging from 2 to 16 floors) forms a picturesque image of every street.


In the conditions of a limited budget, architects created sections with simple geometric shapes and made flat facades, thus excluding balconies and decorative elements. The focus was on three techniques: silhouette: different turns and height of dual-pitch roofs allowed to achieve an interesting shapes; window: the first housing project in Kyiv to use the French balcony system and the window shifting system, which allowed to avoid monotonous rows; color: the first daring color solution for a residential neighborhood in the country.

Residents have received a complex, comfortable environment with green pedestrian courtyards. Full infrastructural service includes fitness clubs, stores, kindergartens, and schools. A restored park with perennial trees, sculptures, and a fountain, block development, pedestrian courtyards where you can play with children – all that makes this residential the status of the district as a whole increased. Comfort Town is the most successful residential property in Ukraine. Sales indicators peaked at over 200 apartments per month.

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