Dutch architect KCAP has completed the master plan for ZIL-South in Moscow in Russia. ZIL-South, the site of the former ZIL car factory, is with more than 100 ha the largest brownfield area in Moscow and will be transformed into a varied urban district along the Moskva River. The masterplan for ZIL-South was commissioned by Russian developer Etalon Group. Within the legal plan PPT developed by Moscow Genplan, three key ambitions for ZIL-South are combined: ZIL 15-minutes, ZIL Mosaic and ZIL Public Wealth. ZIL-South will become Russia’s first district formed on the ‘15-minute city’ principle in which the main commercial, business, and public spaces are within 15 minutes walk of any point. Two large pedestrian arteries - ZIL-Park and the pedestrian esplanade - and a network of routes create an intuitively intelligible and highly comfortable environment for walking. ZIL-South is a mostly car-free quarter focused on sustainable mobility with particular regard to pedestrians. The neighbourhood's transport system is based on the idea of multimodality, where all users have comfortable access to safe transportation and their quarter within the masterplan.The second ambition is to propose a ZIL Mosaic in which a variety of spatial and atmospheric environments will offer many distinct areas of choice. ZIL Mosaic offers four different characters. The River Quarters are open and connected to the riverfront. They feature mid-rise, terraced buildings overlooking the water and high-rise dominants behind them. In the Urban Gardens, the mid-rise buildings' perimeter forms a unique internal world, with vibrant urban villas. Here you find the human scale, a calm atmosphere, and maximum green space. The third character is formed by the Park Quarters and features a permeable structure of various types of residential buildings. The Business Quarters are closest to the metro stations, transport links, and the future business zone, offering a functional, active environment, with traditionally closed and semi-closed quarters with high-rise accents and stringent landscape design. Various iconic buildings and architectural landmarks on strategic spots will enhance a legible urban structure.The third ambition is to maximise the creation of ZIL Public Wealth. A comprehensive framework of high-quality and well-thought public spaces that count for 40 ha, including streets, squares and parks, will allow interconnectivity and placemaking. ZIL Public Wealth is not only about public space networks but aims at social facilities that become part of one overarching total. In the new ZIL neighbourhood, the territory's landscape is well integrated with the new architecture, and there is an intense presence of greenery and effective use of ecological materials.