Ruzinov is a high density, middle income housing project. 440 units are distributed into a family of three towers of 12, 19 and 29 stories. A communal and entrance space is losely captured between the towers.
The project addressed two fundamental and enduring problems of mass housing: How can monotony be reduced and what is the right balance between struck between uniformity and variety, communal decorum and individual expression?
Loggias create a semi-outdoor room and undulate inwards and outwards to imply a second curvaceous surface that in contrast to the orthogonal façade of the tower.