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MAPS round table ‘Moscow Boom: Architectural Transformation of the Largest Europ
 
   
Start Date 17/11/2006
 
End Date 19/11/2006
 
Location Moscow 
 
Country Russia 
 
Description Moscow Boom: Architectural Transformation of the Largest European Capital

You are cordially invited to a MAPS round table at 11am on November 19th as part of the ‘Culture Plus’ Forum:

Chairs: Marina Khrustaleva, Chair, Moscow Architecture Preservation Society, and Adam Wilkinson, Secretary, SAVE Europe’s Heritage.

The round table is linked with the soon to be published report "Moscow Heritage: Crisis Point" prepared jointly by MAPS and SAVE. The report has been written to draw federal and municipal authorities and society's attention to the mass disappearance of Moscow's built heritage.

City planning and preservation experts will join architects, investors, historians and journalists and all those not indifferent to Moscow's future at the event.

Among the themes up for discussion will be:

- Possible scenarios for the future of Moscow's architectural landscape
- Ways to motivate investors and the government to preserve historical buildings
- World experience; mistakes and achievements
- Industrial conversions; the potential of industrial buildings
- Moscow's hotel boom

The ‘Culture Plus’ Forum takes place Nov 17-19 in the ArtPlay design centre.

11 Ulitsa Timura Frunze, building 34. Metro: Park Kultura.

www.maps-moscow.com
 

 
URL www.artplay.ru
 
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