There were all in all 100 entries in the competition, and experts examined each project and allotted the marks. 'Waterfront areas always pose a difficulty: one has to connect different levels, the city and water, incorporate dikes and other hydrotechnical facilities. In this case, a parking as well. The project looks very good, it fits well into the context. I visited Yekaterinburg, and this project matches this city very well. There is some honesty and straightforwardness in this triangular geometry. However, it's obvious that the client cut corners on the materials', — says Jerry van Eyck, landscape architect and industrial designer, one of the competition committee members, about the project of our bureau.