• Technical

    • Appointment: 2006
    • Construction Start: 2009
    • Area: 30,000m²
    • Budget: 2,209.5million RUB
    • Sustainable Credentials: LEED Silver
    • Form of Contract: Design & Build Exec Architect
    • Client: Horus Capital
    • Services Engineer: Buro Happold
    • Structural Engineer: Buro Happold
    • Landscape Architect: Gross Max
    • Lighting Designers: Speirs and Major
  • Bibliography

      • Edmund Harris, 'Moscow', Architecture Today, July/August 2008, p27
      • 'Britain in Russia’, UK Trade & Investment, March 2008, p20
  • Awards

    • Commended, MIPIM Future Project Awards, 2008

Lootch – Russian for light ‘ray’ – is the 30,000m2 redevelopment of a former light bulb factory housed in a collection of pre-revolutionary (1901) brick buildings. In its new guise the complex is a city-centre business park occupied by a single energy company, and a number of fashionable shops and restaurants with parking for 300 cars. In 2008, although on site at the time, our client Horus Capital sold the scheme prior to completion.

  • Technical

    • Appointment: 2006
    • Construction Start: 2009
    • Area: 30,000m²
    • Budget: 2,209.5million RUB
    • Sustainable Credentials: LEED Silver
    • Form of Contract: Design & Build Exec Architect
    • Client: Horus Capital
    • Services Engineer: Buro Happold
    • Structural Engineer: Buro Happold
    • Landscape Architect: Gross Max
    • Lighting Designers: Speirs and Major
  • Bibliography

      • Edmund Harris, 'Moscow', Architecture Today, July/August 2008, p27
      • 'Britain in Russia’, UK Trade & Investment, March 2008, p20
  • Awards

    • Commended, MIPIM Future Project Awards, 2008
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