The success of Pioneer, the summer cinema at Gorky Park, is triggering a wave of interest from Moscow’s other major parks, as memories of this once hugely popular form of outdoor entertainment revive.
A summer cinema opened in Fili Park (one of the city’s biggest public parks, stretching over 200 hectares along the Moscow River) in spring 2014. Uniquely, its design is fit for use in other places: the cinema has a ‘kit’ design that can be adapted to the needs of any particular park.
Objective: — design a summer cinema for Fili Park — create a summer cinema ‘kit’ for parks: a set of ready-to-use solutions for both separate elements and the entire cinema complex to be selected depending on the needs of the park.
Solution: Like in Gorky Park, the most basic solution was chosen for Fili Park, a solution that lets the open-air element add even more joy to the movie-watching experience at this venue. The white lightweight roof gives the cinema a recognisable shape and shields visitors from bad weather. A cafe and a recreational area were added to the cinema complex in Fili Park.