Lootch Pavilion, Moscow

Award winning architects HHbR designed Moscow’s Lootch Pavilion development in 2008.

Lootch, which is 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.

We were asked to make a 1:50 scale internal gallery model for the project, which we produced using acrylic, wood and mirrors.

The design was such a huge success that our client, Horus Capital, sold the scheme prior to completion and Henley Halebrown went on to win the Future Projects Awards, MIPIM for their innovative design.

Architect: HHbR