Reorganization of the Territory of the Silk-Weaving Factory “Red Rose” in Moscow
AbstractThe article reviews reorganization of the territory of the Silk-Weaving Factory “Red Rose” in Moscow’s Khamovnichesky district. It presents the concept for transformation of an unprofitable Soviet enterprise into a multifunctional business center. It studies the cases that occurred during designing and realization of the project, as well as interaction with investors, clients and partners.
silk-weaving factory; Red Rose business center; architectural studio “Sergey Kiselev & Partners”; public spaces; profitability; complex development of the territory
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