A new expo center will appear in Moscow as part of the restoration and adaptation project for the power plant at the Tryokhgornaya textile mill. It will host an exhibition about the history of the famous plant and the heroic labor of its workers during World War II.
The project on Krasnopresnenskaya Embankment will consist of two parts: construction of a new multipurpose complex outside the restricted area and restoration of historic heritage buildings. After restoration, these buildings will host a new expo center.
“When Tashir started working on this site, we designed the project in such a way that historic and new buildings combine perfectly in a common social and cultural environment, a nice space open to people. As part of this project, we will create an expo center in the main building of Moscow’s famous power plant,” said Emil Petrosyan, chief of the forward planning department at Tashir Group.
Currently, work is under way to integrate the restoration and adaptation project for the Tryokhgornaya textile mill power plant into the general development project at 10 Krasnopresnenskaya Embankment. The implementation stage will start next March.
The cogeneration plant No. 7 on Krasnopresnenskaya Embankment was built in the 1920s to provide power and heating for the Tryokhgornaya textile mill, the oldest textile plant in Moscow. The plant was decommissioned in 2010, and later was put on the Cultural Heritage list. The development project designed by Tashir Group has always envisaged preservation and restoration of historic buildings.