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Stanislavsky Factory Landscape

The award-winning transformation of the historically important Stanislavsky Factory site in Moscow, originally developed in the 19th century by one of Russia's leading industrialists and cultural patrons, the Stanislavsky family, has sensitively linked refurbished historic elements and new interventions.  This mixed-use business and cultural scheme consists of thirteen buildings, including offices, luxury apartments, a hotel, restaurant, and theatre.  The landscape design, a new approach in urban Moscow, created a series of linked public and semi-private open spaces of considerable variety, despite considerable challenges in terms of public access, building orientation, and major level changes of up to 4m across the site.

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  • Sector

    Landscape + Public Realm, Russia, Mixed-Use

  • Location

    Moscow, Russia

  • Description


  • Client

    Sergey Gordeev

  • Size

    6 ha

  • Cost

    US$80 million

  • Team

    John McAslan + Partners, Masterplanner, Design Architect and Landscape Architect

  • Status

    Completed 2010

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