Dikson is the northernmost town in Russia, located on the coast of the Arctic Ocean. It has a harsh climate and few residents. But the world is changing. Global warming will inevitably lead to the active development of the Arctic region. A small settlement, divided by a strait, half a kilometre long, is turning into a modern, comfortable city with a multi-functional port.
There are residential and public spaces with large green areas for leisure activities. The project taps into natural and artificial lighting, as the polar night in this region lasts three and a half months. The operation of the complex is supported, largely, by the energy of the tides and wind. To solve the problem of fresh water, desalination plants and rainwater collection systems are used.