The residential complex of Comfort Town in Kiev, Ukraine has become a sensation on the internet due to its remarkable resemblance to the popular Lego toys. Its exceptional architectural design sets it apart from other residential complexes. Completed and revealed to the public last year, Comfort Town is situated on the outskirts of Kiev.
Kiev’s suburban residential area, Comfort Town, is one of a kind. It used to be a rundown housing district with a drab look from the 1950s. However, after reconstruction, it has revitalized with buildings painted in seven bright and striking rainbow shades.
The project’s creators persevered for 11 years, despite facing budget constraints, to bring their vision to life – the vibrant Comfort Town. The goal was to entice individuals to move to the region, which is why authorities proposed a residential development with distinctive artistic design.
Vasyliev, who played a crucial role in designing the project, explained that they had to work with a tight budget. This led them to use basic materials and techniques. Instead of relying on elaborate designs, they decided to incorporate a vibrant color scheme to give the complex a unique identity. Today, Comfort Town has become a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. In addition to its striking appearance, the complex also offers various amenities such as cafes, shops, and sports facilities to cater to residents’ daily needs.
As per the latest updates from real estate firms, Comfort Town has emerged as the hot favourite for homebuyers in Ukraine with a whopping 200 apartments being sold every month in 2020. This has resulted in the highest rate of homeownership in the country. With over 20,000 individuals already residing in this neighbourhood, the popularity of Comfort Town is only on the rise and is expected to attract more residents in the future.
While “Lego Town” has its own charm, it’s not the sole destination known for its vivid hues. Banwol Island in South Korea made headlines for painting all of its houses purple, drawing in numerous tourists. Similarly, in Malaga, Spain, a village pays homage to “The Smurfs” by being drenched in blue.