Explanatory materials
Student competition project: Strelka relocation
Dancing Stalactites Team
13/02/2014
Methodology of complex analysis
Stage-Gate Approach

Stage

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Gate one
Stage

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To conduct the research of 6 selected a...
Methodology of complex analysis
Stage-Gate Approach

Stage

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Gate one
Stage

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To conduct the research of 6 selected a...
Methodology of complex analysis
Stage-Gate Approach

Stage

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Gate one
Stage

II

To conduct the research of 6 selected a...
Methodology of complex analysis
Stage-Gate Approach

Stage

I

Gate one
Stage

II

To conduct the research of 6 selected a...
Methodology of complex analysis
Stage-Gate Approach

Stage

I

Gate one
Stage

II

To conduct the research of 6 selected a...
Methodology of complex analysis
Stage-Gate Approach

Stage

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Average

Team evaluation

3,67

4,22

3,11

3,0 0

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Methodology of complex analysis
Stage-Gate Approach

Stage

I

Gate one
Stage

II

To conduct the research of 6 selected a...
Methodology of complex analysis
Stage-Gate Approach

Stage

I

Gate one
Stage

II

To conduct the research of 6 selected a...
SWOT analysis

S

trengths
- Fast-expanding brand of Strelka
- Innovator in the field of urban
education
- Free education ...
Strelka’s structure analysis (circle size means people engaged)

TODAY
KB Strelka

Education Program

high

Growth rate

P...
Strelka’s structure analysis (circle size means people engaged)

AFTER

RELOCATION
Urban
Projects
Accelerator

Press

Educ...
Experts’ questionnaire*

* To define the better places for relocation but it is not a PANACEA.
Stage

I

Number of...

parameters which define environment in terms of the variety of functions that are
t for the future...
Stage

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Number of...

parameters which define environment in terms of the variety of functions that are
t for the future...
m. Belorusskaya

Experts' questionnaire
Pleasingness to be there —

3,50

Frequency of your visits —

3,67

Area investmen...
m. Tulskaya (Lyusinovskaya st)

Experts' questionnaire
Pleasingness to be there —

2,75

Frequency of your visits —

2,83
...
m. Belorusskaya

m. Vorobyevy Gory

Experts' questionnaire

Experts' questionnaire

Pleasingness to be there —

3,50

0
St...
Team evaluation
AREAS
Kurskaya

Tulskaya
Vorobyevy
(Kholodilny Gory
side-st)

Kievskaya

Pedestrian accessibility

3

4

5...
Shortlist of locations for test
JCS Tupolev
Weak (monotonous) environment adjoining with strong (multifunctional) – m.
Bau...
JCS Tupolev, Academic Tupolev emb., 15к23
History,
Technical information

Existing Functions & Usage

Availability

From t...
Temporary programme
JCS Tupolev
Before

After
Spark Refrigeration Plant Engineering Building
Pavlovskaya str., 27с7

History,
Technical information

Existing
Functions ...
Temporary programme

Spark Refrigeration Plant Engineering Building
Before

After
«Druzhba» sport complex
Luznetskaya emb., 24/5
History,
Technical information

Existing Functions & Usage

Availability

U...
Example of relocating
«Druzhba» sport complex
«Druzhba» sport complex
Luznetskaya emb., 24/5

Index of density
city activity
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Ground floor
First floor
Outdoor public space

Outdoor ramp holding summer public events
has an excellent view to the Moscow river.
Second floor
Hub containers

Containers are easily transformed and can be
used for different functions in different places.
Educational programme

Indoor space is suitable for education
programme with minimal investments.
Third floor
Bar

Bar has a two side panorama to public
programme space and education space.
Shell
Roof
Green field / Bar

Unique meadow bar with
symbolic Moscow view.
Section
New functions

1

2

Strelka is the only one organization in Russia
that can go further in this direction and
develop a ra...
Strategy
Relocation every five years.
Experts and Consultants
Alexey Bolshakov
Alexandre Maddalena
Anna Nistratova
Anastasia Anikeeva
Anastasia Smirnova
Anastas...
Team: Dancing Stalactites

Luba Russkikh

Anna Maikova

Daniil Gavrish

Albina Nurgaleeva

Pavel Ilyichev

Architect

Mark...
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  1. 1. Explanatory materials Student competition project: Strelka relocation Dancing Stalactites Team 13/02/2014
  2. 2. Methodology of complex analysis Stage-Gate Approach Stage I Gate one Stage II To conduct the research of 6 selected areas by questioning experts from different fields (ESPAC Approach). Stage III Team evaluation of 4 most preferable areas selected by experts. Stage Gate two Gate three IV To select buildings according to our requirements. To test 3 locations within a short period (e.g. summer program) Stage V To move to the final location Gate four
  3. 3. Methodology of complex analysis Stage-Gate Approach Stage I Gate one Stage II To conduct the research of 6 selected areas by questioning experts from different fields (ESPAC Approach). Stage III Team evaluation of 4 most preferable areas selected by experts. Stage Index of density city activity — 7 — 5 — — 6 — 4 — — 3 — 1 — 2 — 0 — 7 — 5 — — 6 — 4 — — 3 — 1 City scale attraction point Industrial zone — Railroads City scale attraction point Industrial zone Metro station Gate three IV To select buildings according to our requirements. To test 3 locations within a short period (e.g. summer program) — Railroads — Gate two Stage V To move to the final location Gate four
  4. 4. Methodology of complex analysis Stage-Gate Approach Stage I Gate one Stage II To conduct the research of 6 selected areas by questioning experts from different fields (ESPAC Approach). Stage III Team evaluation of 4 most preferable areas selected by experts. Stage Gate two Gate three IV To select buildings according to our requirements. To test 3 locations within a short period (e.g. summer program) Stage V To move to the final location Gate four
  5. 5. Methodology of complex analysis Stage-Gate Approach Stage I Gate one Stage II To conduct the research of 6 selected areas by questioning experts from different fields (ESPAC Approach). Stage Gate two III Team evaluation of 4 most preferable areas selected by experts. Experts' questionnaire Average Gate three Kurskaya 3,33 Tulskaya (Lyusinovskaya st) Stage — Pleasingness to be there 2,88 IV Tulskaya (Kholodilny select buildings according to side-st) our requirements. Vorobyevy Gory 2,56 — Frequency of your visits To 3,84 — Area investment attractiveness To test 3 locations within a short Kievskaya — Area symbolism and image period (e.g. summer program) — Transport accessibility Belorusskaya Stage V To move to the final location 3,47 Gate four 0 Score 1 3,66 2 3 4 5
  6. 6. Methodology of complex analysis Stage-Gate Approach Stage I Gate one Stage II To conduct the research of 6 selected areas by questioning experts from different fields (ESPAC Approach). Stage III Team evaluation of 4 most preferable areas selected by experts. Stage Gate two Gate three IV To select buildings according to our requirements. To test 3 locations within a short period (e.g. summer program) Stage V To move to the final location Gate four
  7. 7. Methodology of complex analysis Stage-Gate Approach Stage I Average Team evaluation 3,67 4,22 3,11 3,0 0 5 — — — — — — — — — Pedestrian accessibility Transport accessibility Recreation (rivers, parks) Ecology Area openness City scale attraction points nearby Potential of the territory Spacial attractiveness (buildings, yard) Security m. Vorobyevy Gory & m. Kurskaya functional analysis, experts and team evaluation 4 3 2 Tulskaya Gate one (Kholodilny side-st) - only functional analysis 1 Stage Score 0 II Kurskaya Vorobyevy Kievskaya Tulskaya To conduct the research of 6 selected Gory by questioning areas (Kholodilny experts from different fields (ESPAC Approach). side-st) Gate Stage III Team evaluation of 4 most preferable areas selected by experts. Stage two Gate three IV To select buildings according to our requirements. To test 3 locations within a short period (e.g. summer program) Stage V To move to the final location Gate four
  8. 8. Methodology of complex analysis Stage-Gate Approach Stage I Gate one Stage II To conduct the research of 6 selected areas by questioning experts from different fields (ESPAC Approach). Stage III Team evaluation of 4 most preferable areas selected by experts. Stage Gate two Gate three IV To select buildings according to our requirements. To test 3 locations within a short period (e.g. summer program) Stage V To move to the final location Gate four
  9. 9. Methodology of complex analysis Stage-Gate Approach Stage I Gate one Stage II To conduct the research of 6 selected areas by questioning experts from different fields (ESPAC Approach). Stage III Team evaluation of 4 most preferable areas selected by experts. Stage Gate two Gate three IV To select buildings according to our requirements. To test 3 locations within a short period (e.g. summer program) Stage V To move to the final location Gate four
  10. 10. SWOT analysis S trengths - Fast-expanding brand of Strelka - Innovator in the field of urban education - Free education for students and public program - Multifunctionality - Self-sufficient organization (balancing between commercial and non-commercial) W eaknesses - Restricted space for development at Red October - Not precise knowledge but experience O pportunities - Developing as an art platform - Creation of the new functions (Urban Projects Accelerator, hostel, etc.) - New location could be a new incentive for further expansion of Strelka - Relocation could be a good driver for improvement T hreats - Growing competitiveness (MARSH, Art Play, British School of Design, Higher School of Urbanism) - Political instability
  11. 11. Strelka’s structure analysis (circle size means people engaged) TODAY KB Strelka Education Program high Growth rate Press low Bar low high Share at Strelka (relative position)
  12. 12. Strelka’s structure analysis (circle size means people engaged) AFTER RELOCATION Urban Projects Accelerator Press Education Program high Growth rate KB Strelka low Bar Hostel low high Share at Strelka (relative position)
  13. 13. Experts’ questionnaire* * To define the better places for relocation but it is not a PANACEA.
  14. 14. Stage I Number of... parameters which define environment in terms of the variety of functions that are t for the future Strelka. - education facilities he adjusting coefficients that take into account the influence of city scale ion points in the accordance with their importance for the development of a programme. - cultural objects eparate Moscow urban districts and industrial zones within the Ring Road o the similar sectors bordered by regional roads. o identify areas with a future potential for the development. Stage - shops II Stage I Gate two m. Belorusskaya III Team evaluation of 4 most preferable areas selected by experts. Stage Gate three INDEX Index of density city activity period (e.g. summer program) Gate four coefficients that take into account the influence of city scale the accordance with their importance for the development of Stage V e. — 6 — 4 eas with a future potential for the development. — 3 — — 0 uct the research of 6 selected areas by questioning — 2 from different fields (ESPAC Approach). — Industrial zone Gate one — Railroads Gate two Pleasingness to be there — 3,50 Frequency of your visits — 3,67 Area investment attractiveness — 3,89 - cafes and restaurants Area symbolism and image — 3,83 Transport accessibility — 3,42 Number of... City scale attraction point — 1 To move to the cow urban districts and industrial zones within the Ring Road sectors bordered by regional roads. final location Experts' questionnaire - shops To select buildings according to our II AREA IV requirements. hich define environment in terms of the variety of functions that are — 7 — 5 To test 3 locations within a short ure Strelka. Stage m. Belorusskaya - hotels To conduct the research of 6 selected areas by questioning experts from different fields (ESPAC Approach). Stage - cafes and restaurants Gate one — Metro station - education facilities - cultural objects - hotels 0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 5,0
  15. 15. Stage I Number of... parameters which define environment in terms of the variety of functions that are t for the future Strelka. - education facilities he adjusting coefficients that take into account the influence of city scale ion points in the accordance with their importance for the development of a programme. - cultural objects eparate Moscow urban districts and industrial zones within the Ring Road o the similar sectors bordered by regional roads. o identify areas with a future potential for the development. - cafes and restaurants Gate one - shops Stage II m. Belorusskaya Stage Gate two m. Vorobyevy Gory III Team evaluation of 4 most preferable areas selected by experts. Experts' questionnaire three Gate Stage m. Vorobyevy Gory - hotels To conduct the research of 6 selected areas by questioning experts from different fields (ESPAC Approach). INDEX AREA IV Stage I Pleasingness to be there — Index of density city activity To select buildings according to our Frequency ofprogram) visits — your period (e.g. summer Gate four coefficients that take into account the influence of city scale the accordance with their importance for the development of Stage V e. — 6 — City scale attraction point — Area investment attractiveness — To move to the cow urban districts and industrial zones within the Ring Road sectors bordered by regional roads. final location 4 — Industrial zone Area symbolism and image — eas with a future potential for the development. — 3 Transport accessibility — Stage II uct the research of 6 selected areas by questioning — 2 from different fields (ESPAC Approach). Gate one — Railroads — 1 — 0 Gate two 3,50 - shops 0 — Metro station2,0 1,0 - hotels 3,0 4,0 5,0 3,25 Area investment attractiveness — 4,33 Area symbolism and image — 3,83 3,42 - cafes and restaurants Frequency of your visits — 3,83 - cultural objects 4,17 3,89 - education facilities Pleasingness to be there — 3,67 Number of... requirements. hich define environment in terms of the variety of functions that are — 7 — 5 To test 3 locations within a short ure Strelka. Experts' questionnaire Transport accessibility — 3,64 0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 5,0
  16. 16. m. Belorusskaya Experts' questionnaire Pleasingness to be there — 3,50 Frequency of your visits — 3,67 Area investment attractiveness — 3,89 Area symbolism and image — 3,83 Transport accessibility — 3,42 0 Stage I - shops II I m. Kievskaya INDEX Gate three Index of density city activity period (e.g. summer program) Gate four coefficients that take into account the influence of city scale the accordance with their importance for the development of Stage V e. — 6 — 4 eas with a future potential for the development. — 3 — — 0 uct the research of 6 selected areas by questioning — 2 from different fields (ESPAC Approach). — Industrial zone Gate one — Railroads Gate two Pleasingness to be there — 3,08 Frequency of your visits — 2,92 Area investment attractiveness — 4,25 - cafes and restaurants Area symbolism and image — 3,58 Transport accessibility — 3,50 Number of... City scale attraction point — 1 To move to the cow urban districts and industrial zones within the Ring Road sectors bordered by regional roads. final location Experts' questionnaire - shops To select buildings according to our II AREA IV requirements. hich define environment in terms of the variety of functions that are — 7 — 5 To test 3 locations within a short ure Strelka. Stage m. Kievskaya - hotels Gate two III Team evaluation of 4 most preferable areas selected by experts. Stage 5,0 - cafes and restaurants Gate one To conduct the research of 6 selected areas by questioning experts from different fields (ESPAC Approach). Stage 4,0 - cultural objects eparate Moscow urban districts and industrial zones within the Ring Road o the similar sectors bordered by regional roads. Stage 3,0 - education facilities he adjusting coefficients that take into account the influence of city scale ion points in the accordance with their importance for the development of a programme. Stage 2,0 Number of... parameters which define environment in terms of the variety of functions that are t for the future Strelka. o identify areas with a future potential for the development. 1,0 — Metro station - education facilities - cultural objects - hotels 0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 5,0
  17. 17. m. Tulskaya (Lyusinovskaya st) Experts' questionnaire Pleasingness to be there — 2,75 Frequency of your visits — 2,83 Area investment attractiveness — 3,00 Area symbolism and image — 2,67 Transport accessibility — 3,17 Index of density city activity — m. Tulskaya (Kholodilny side-st) 3,0 4,0 m. Tulskaya (Lyusinovskaya st) To select parameters which define environment in terms of the variety of functions that are important for To add the adjusting coefficients that take into account the influence of city scale the future Strelka. attraction points in the accordance with their importance for the development of Pleasingness to be there —4,17 Pleasingness to be there — 1,83 To add the adjusting coefficients that take into account the influence of city scale Strelka programme. attraction points in the accordance with their importance for the development of Strelka programme. To separate Moscow urban districts and industrial zones within the Ring Road into the similar sectors bordered by regional roads. To separate Moscow urban districts and industrial zones within the Ring Road into the similar sectors bordered by regional roads. Frequency of your visits — 2,17 Area investment attractiveness — 4,33 3,29 Area investment attractiveness — Area symbolism and image3,83 — 2,42 Area symbolism and image — Transport accessibility — 3,64 Transport accessibility — 0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 — 4 — 3 — 1 2 — 0 5,0 Stage II Stage II To conduct the research of 6 selected areas by questioning To conduct the research of 6 selected areas by questioning experts from different fields (ESPAC Approach). experts from different fields (ESPAC Approach). Gate two Stage III Stage selected by experts. 0 Stage IV 2,0 — 1,0 Stage 3,0 To select buildings according to our IV Metro station - cultural objects - cultural objects 2,75 one Gate - cafes and restaurants - shops - hotels - cafes and restaurants - shops - hotels Gate two 2,67 III Team evaluation of 4 most preferable areas Team selected by experts. evaluation of 4 most preferable areas 3,08 — Railroads - education facilities - education facilities 3,00 Gate one Industrial zone Number of... Number of... 2,83 To identify areas with a future potential for the development. To identify areas with a future potential for the development. Frequency of your visits — 3,25 5,0 6 City scale attraction point I m. Tulskaya (Lyusinovskaya st) Experts' questionnaire 4,0 Stage To select parameters which define environment in terms of the variety of functions that are Stage I important for the future Strelka. Experts' questionnaire 3,0 — 5,0 m. Tulskaya (Kholodilny side-st) 2,0 5 — 2,0 — — 1,0 7 — 0 Gate three 4,0 requirements. To select buildings according to our To test 3 locations within a short requirements. period (e.g. summer program) Gate four To test 3 locations within a short 3,17 Gate three 5,0 INDEX INDEX AREA AREA
  18. 18. m. Belorusskaya m. Vorobyevy Gory Experts' questionnaire Experts' questionnaire Pleasingness to be there — 3,50 0 Stage 1,0 2,0 5,0 0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 5,0 - cultural objects eparate Moscow urban districts and industrial zones within the Ring Road o the similar sectors bordered by regional roads. - cafes and restaurants Gate one - shops Stage II m. Kievskaya To conduct the research of 6 selected areas by questioning m. Kurskaya - hotels experts from different fields (ESPAC Approach). Gate two m. Kurskaya III Team evaluation of 4 most preferable areas selected by experts. INDEX Gate Experts' questionnaire three Stage 3,64 - education facilities the adjusting coefficients that take into account the influence of city scale ion points in the accordance with their importance for the development of a programme. o identify areas with a future potential for the development. 4,0 3,83 Transport accessibility — Number of... parameters which define environment in terms of the variety of functions that are t for the future Strelka. Stage 3,0 I 4,33 Area symbolism and image — 3,42 Transport accessibility — 3,25 Area investment attractiveness — 3,83 Area symbolism and image — Frequency of your visits — 3,89 Area investment attractiveness — 4,17 3,67 Frequency of your visits — Pleasingness to be there — AREA IV Index of density city activity Stage I Pleasingness to to our there — To select buildings according be Frequency ofprogram) visits — your period (e.g. summer Area investment attractiveness — 4 — To move to the cow urban districts and industrial zones within the Ring Road sectors bordered by regional roads. final location Industrial zone Area symbolism and image — Transport accessibility — Stage II uct the research of 6 selected areas by questioning — 2 from different fields (ESPAC Approach). Gate one — Railroads 1 — 0 Gate two Pleasingness to be there — 3,08 2,92 Frequency of your visits — 2,83 - cultural objects 4,25 Area investment attractiveness — 4,80 - cafes and restaurants 3,58 Area symbolism and image — 3,08 - shops City scale attraction point — Gate four coefficients that take into account the influence of city scale n the accordance with their importance for the development of Stage V e. — 6 — — 3,08 3,50 Transport accessibility — 2,83 Number of... requirements. hich define environment in terms of the variety of functions that are — 7 — 5 To test 3 locations within a short ure Strelka. eas with a future potential for the development. — 3 Experts' questionnaire 0 — Metro station2,0 1,0 - education facilities - hotels 3,0 4,0 5,0 0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 5,0
  19. 19. Team evaluation AREAS Kurskaya Tulskaya Vorobyevy (Kholodilny Gory side-st) Kievskaya Pedestrian accessibility 3 4 5 3 Transport accessibility 4 4 5 4 Recreation (rivers, parks) 4 3 5 3 Ecology 2 1 3 2 Area openness 3 3 4 4 City scale attraction points nearby 5 2 5 4 Potential of the territory 5 3 4 3 Spacial attractiveness (buildings, yard) 3 4 5 5 Security 4 3 2 0 Average 3,67 3,00 4,22 3,11 CRITERIA
  20. 20. Shortlist of locations for test JCS Tupolev Weak (monotonous) environment adjoining with strong (multifunctional) – m. Baumanskaya / Aviation factory” – developed neighbors (business, art clusters) with a potential for a further development in the context of Art Kvartal programme. Spark Refrigeration Plant Engineering Building Former industrial zone (“a grey spot” on the map) – m. Tulskaya / Kholodilny factory – with cultural sights, cheap renting cost / weak surroundings, no magnets, with a potential for a long-term development. «Druzhba» sport complex Isolated environment surrounded by Magnets – Sport center “DRUZHBA”. Monousage (sport), disconnectedness, with a massive human potential and development of Luzhniki area up to 2018 FIFA World Cup)
  21. 21. JCS Tupolev, Academic Tupolev emb., 15к23 History, Technical information Existing Functions & Usage Availability From the very beginning, in 1922, this manufacturing area has been developed as a cluster for the “Tupolev” JSC – the largest developer of aircraft. Currently it is not functioning as a whole. Due to this reason some of the buildings are going for a rent. Aircraft components manufacturing, business offices. It includes over 25 buildings. Industrial zone which planned to be developed as a business and housing district. There are many empty spaces for a short – and long-term usage. Average rental cost is around 15,000 RUB per sq.m. annually.
  22. 22. Temporary programme JCS Tupolev Before After
  23. 23. Spark Refrigeration Plant Engineering Building Pavlovskaya str., 27с7 History, Technical information Existing Functions & Usage Availability The old manufactory building which is close to BC “Spark Refrigeration Plant Engineering”, Danilovsky Monastery. Complex of buildings, some of them converted into business centers. Public Corporation of MSRPE “Iskra” (ОАО МЗХМ “Искра”), partly absorbed by the Private Limited Company “Lunch” (ЗАО “ЛАНЧ”). The property of MSRPE “Iskra” is a complex of 10 buildings, a total area of 10,970 m2 of which 8798 m2 is for rent. The rental cost for office is 19 000 rubles for sq. meter per year. Priority of business strategy of owners – for rent (offices and warehouses).
  24. 24. Temporary programme Spark Refrigeration Plant Engineering Building Before After
  25. 25. «Druzhba» sport complex Luznetskaya emb., 24/5 History, Technical information Existing Functions & Usage Availability Universal gym “Druzhba” was built for the XXII Olympic Games. Today it hosts non-professional sport competitions, as well as corporate events, conferences and concerts. The Moscow government is currently acquiring shares in the ownership of the “Olympic complex “Luzhniki”. There are 33 outdoor courts and four indoor tennis training halls, playgrounds for mini football, mini-gym and sauna; sports shop, cafe, restaurant, coffee shop and a sushi studio. The city government has a plan to develope this part of Luzhniki as public multifunctional space. There are an extensive protected recreational area on the embankment of the Moscow River, parking spaces is located inside the “Druzhba” complex place.
  26. 26. Example of relocating «Druzhba» sport complex
  27. 27. «Druzhba» sport complex Luznetskaya emb., 24/5 Index of density city activity — 7 — 5 — — 6 — 4 — — 3 — 1 — 2 — 0 City scale attraction point Industrial zone — Railroads — Metro station
  28. 28. Ground floor
  29. 29. First floor
  30. 30. Outdoor public space Outdoor ramp holding summer public events has an excellent view to the Moscow river.
  31. 31. Second floor
  32. 32. Hub containers Containers are easily transformed and can be used for different functions in different places.
  33. 33. Educational programme Indoor space is suitable for education programme with minimal investments.
  34. 34. Third floor
  35. 35. Bar Bar has a two side panorama to public programme space and education space.
  36. 36. Shell
  37. 37. Roof
  38. 38. Green field / Bar Unique meadow bar with symbolic Moscow view.
  39. 39. Section
  40. 40. New functions 1 2 Strelka is the only one organization in Russia that can go further in this direction and develop a radically new business — to facilitate rewriting the Russian Set of Construction Rules and Regulations. Also, Strelka can host new divisions, such as Urban Projects Accelerator (UPA).
  41. 41. Strategy Relocation every five years.
  42. 42. Experts and Consultants Alexey Bolshakov Alexandre Maddalena Anna Nistratova Anastasia Anikeeva Anastasia Smirnova Anastasia Gulyavina Andrew Grenfell Andrey Steblyuk Daniel Slota Daniele Dendra Daniyar Yusupov Denis Romodin Denis Sokolov Evgeniy Panasiouk Ilya Zavaleev Ilya Davydov Jack Shirley Konstantin Grouss Kuba Snopek Mila Ilyushina Natalya Skvortsova Nikita Kochetkov Stella — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — KESZ Russia, Contracting department Manager Business Development Manager/Event Coordinator Art and Cultural Projects, Сurator Moscow Department of Culture, Press Secretary Writer and Researcher, Strelka Institute Programme director Social enterprise projects, Creative Director Co-Founder at Hub Initiative Moscow, Social enterprise projects Strategic brand manager, PEPSI Architect Architect Architect, Urbanist, Founder of the architectural group u: lab.spb Architectural Ethnographer Cushman & Wakefield, Partner, Head of Research Department Ernst&Young Valuation and Advisory Services LLC, Senior Executive Ernst&Young Valuation and Advisory Services LLC, Senior Executive Cartographer/Graphic Designer Editor, Gutsy TV International Cultural Project “Art-residence”, Artistic Director Architect, Urbanist, Strelka Institute Programme curator Strelka Institute Student coordinator Project Manager/Producer Associate Professor of the Moscow State University of Psychology and Education Consultant on non-mathematical methods of forecasting
  43. 43. Team: Dancing Stalactites Luba Russkikh Anna Maikova Daniil Gavrish Albina Nurgaleeva Pavel Ilyichev Architect Marketing specialist Architect Cultural Project Producer Business Project Manager

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