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Location: Russia

April 04, 2016 /

Garage Gorky Park
Moscow, Russia

OMA’s Garage Museum of Contemporary Art offers the simultaneous reimagination and preservation of the 1968 Vremena Goda Pavilion, a Soviet canteen in Moscow’s Gorky Park. Translated as Seasons of the Year, architect Igor Vinogradsky’s Vremena Goda had been languishing in dereliction since the 1990’s, until it was recently designated as the new home for Garage, and the centre of Moscow’s latest cultural precinct.

Stanislavsky Center by John McAslan + Partners in Moscow, Russia. Entrance.
Photo: Thomas Mayer
July 21, 2008 /

Stanislavsky Center
John McAslan + Partners
Moscow, Russia

The Stanislavsky Center project consists of the conversion of a series of historic buildings into a mixed-use business and cultural complex, with a significant new residential component.

Khanty Mansiysk by Norman Foster & Partners in Siberia, Russia
Photo courtesy Norman Foster & Partners
February 04, 2008 /

Khanty Mansiysk
Norman Foster & Partners
Siberia, Russia

A sensitive insertion into the landscape, the design ensures that much of the site remains in its natural condition.

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