Ryabushinsky’s Utro Rossii (Morning of Russia) Printing House, an architectural landmark by F. Shechtel, is transformed into a cultural center. On the main building, the inscription is restored from archival photographs, and a glass prism with an elevator for 24 people is attached to the print shop. The first floor holds a café, the second one features a club, and the third one has a multi-purpose hall and another café. The main building holds an antique shop, with an office above.
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LOCATION B. Putinkovskiy lane, Moscow, Russia
CLIENT "Utro Rossii Printing House"
PROGRAM cultural center, office
TEAM A. Kurennoy, Y. Grigoryan, A.Pavlova, P. Ivanchikov, I. Kuleshov, V. Soshnikov, J. Gunina
RESTORATION PROJECT "Rakurs"
ENGINEERING, CONSTRUCTION "Finproekt"
PHOTO A. Knyazev, Y. Palmin