Research laboratories and residential complexesResearch laboratory on the territory of the Kuril Reserve and the Small Kuril Reserve.
The main activity - Inventory, monitoring and study of the flora and fauna of the reserve and the reserve (the state of populations of animals, birds and plants of the reserve and adjacent territories);
Study of rare, endangered and vulnerable species of plants and animals;
Particular attention is paid to the study of endangered species of animals and birds on the planet.
Residential and working blocks in reserve.
Unlike a modern laboratory, the residential and working module is a complex of the most natural materials - wooden logs, which is very important in the northern territory.
For daylight there is a sunroof. Additional heat is provided by the fireplace.
Ground floor - workspace. The second floor – the attic – is hidden from prying eyes and winds.
The modern research building is located on four floors, two of which are underground.
Lighting of the building is minimal, in order to avoid light pollution of the territory.
In the Central Building there are cafes on the first floor, and on the second floor - the main hall - an auditorium.
Central hall with three staircases. One - connects the first two floors. The second is two underground ones. And the third with a ramp is located in the elevator zone. The stairs are visually separated by a mirror wall.
The main hall - an auditorium equipped with audio and video systems.
Central hall in the research laboratory. The window of the hall together with solar panels forms a circle, and is the dominant feature of the modern complex.
Working space of a residential building.
These houses come in two types.
The first - with a working area of the first floor, the second type - a fully residential module with a kitchen and living room.