The Bolshevik Factory comprises 17 buildings of varying ages and styles, including listed buildings dating from 1884 which were the first buildings in Moscow to boast electric light. The 50,000 sqm redevelopment will feature covered 'streets' and office space with exceptional views over Moscow city and beyond. The scheme is a model of adaptive re-use, transforming an important example of the city's great industrial heritage into a high quality environment for contemporary commercial use.
Conservation + Heritage, Russia, Commercial
0.1 Properties and The Tactics Group
John McAslan & Partners, Architect
Spectrum, Executive Architect
AB Development, Project Manager
Burro Happold, Facade & Roof Engineers
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