Documentory Film Centre
In the summer of 2013 Moscow saw the opening of the Documentary Film Centre in one of the buildings of the former Provision warehouses. Not only is this the first cinema in Russia that exclusively screens non-fiction films it is also a multimedia library that holds a collection of the best documentaries by both Russian and foreign directors. The Centre emerged as a part of the Museum of Moscow and is the first step for the museum to develop into an open platform. 

Objective: 
To furnish a small area of the Centre with all necessary facilities: an auditorium for screenings, discussions and lectures for 90 people, a multimedia library with access to video archives, and a small cafe – all while preserving the historic building wherever possible. 
Solution:
In order to make the historic building fit for the new services an independent construction was created for the auditorium – an ''egg'' in a shell. Open planning coupled with spatial planning made it possible to fit all facilities quite compactly. 
Info:
Object: Documentary Film Centre
Period: 2012-2013
Address: Moscow, Zubovsky boulevard, 2
Supervisors of the workshop: Dmitry Likin, Oleg Shapiro
Leading architects: Victoria Kudryavtseva, Anna Rodionova
Architect: Maria Gulida
Photos: Maria Gulida, Oleg Maidakov 
 
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n the summer of 2013 Moscow saw the opening of the Documentary Film Centre in one of the buildings of the former Provision warehouses. Not only i Read More
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