Igor Tolkachev
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Patriarshiye Ponds   Why we think it's interesting:  1. Over the late 2000s, the district surrounding the ponds has been populated with many young professionals - leading to development of numerous restaurants and stores in the area 2. It is now a home to many of Moscow's up-and-coming designer names and show rooms

Patriarshiye Ponds Why we think it's interesting: 1. Over the late 2000s, the district surrounding the ponds has been populated with many young professionals - leading to development of numerous restaurants and stores in the area 2. It is now a home to many of Moscow's up-and-coming designer names and show rooms

Barvikha Luxury Village  http://www.blv.ru/ Why we think it's interesting: 1. It's situated in the remote part of Moscow populated with luxurious homes of Russia's most powerful  2. It's also home to a unique concert hall, hotel and the only location of the Chenot's wellness and health center in Russia 3. It 2012 it was speculated by NYT that Barvikha may become a new home for Syria's president Bashar al-Assad 4. The Village prides itself in environmentally-friendly design & architecture

Barvikha Luxury Village http://www.blv.ru/ Why we think it's interesting: 1. It's situated in the remote part of Moscow populated with luxurious homes of Russia's most powerful 2. It's also home to a unique concert hall, hotel and the only location of the Chenot's wellness and health center in Russia 3. It 2012 it was speculated by NYT that Barvikha may become a new home for Syria's president Bashar al-Assad 4. The Village prides itself in environmentally-friendly design & architecture

MEGA Mall in Belaya Dacha http://megamall.ru/en/company/ Why we think it's interesting: 1. Mega is owned by IKEA in Russia and is one of the few brands owned by Swedish retail giant in the world  2. Mega introduced Russians to the mall format in late 1990s 3. Mega malls across the country are always combined with IKEA stores, Auchan (grocery super market), Obi or Leroy Merlin (DIY stores) and normally occupy large territories outside a city

MEGA Mall in Belaya Dacha http://megamall.ru/en/company/ Why we think it's interesting: 1. Mega is owned by IKEA in Russia and is one of the few brands owned by Swedish retail giant in the world 2. Mega introduced Russians to the mall format in late 1990s 3. Mega malls across the country are always combined with IKEA stores, Auchan (grocery super market), Obi or Leroy Merlin (DIY stores) and normally occupy large territories outside a city

GUM in Moscow http://www.gum.ru/en/ Why we think it's interesting: 1.  Home to custom-made boutiques varying from democratic to luxury brands 2. Owned by Bosco Group - who made their name on designing and producing Russian's National Team Olympic apparel 3. Some of the most expensive prices on luxury and designer clothing in the world  4. Famous for its ice skating rink located on Red Square during holiday period and seasonal interior decor and installations

GUM in Moscow http://www.gum.ru/en/ Why we think it's interesting: 1. Home to custom-made boutiques varying from democratic to luxury brands 2. Owned by Bosco Group - who made their name on designing and producing Russian's National Team Olympic apparel 3. Some of the most expensive prices on luxury and designer clothing in the world 4. Famous for its ice skating rink located on Red Square during holiday period and seasonal interior decor and installations

The Сentral Children's Store http://cdm-moscow.ru/ Why we think it's interesting: 1. Used to be the largest children's department store in Soviet Union 2. Home to Hamley's flagship store in Russia and many other children's retail brands 3. Amazing observation deck with spectacular view on Moscow on one of the upper floors

The Сentral Children's Store http://cdm-moscow.ru/ Why we think it's interesting: 1. Used to be the largest children's department store in Soviet Union 2. Home to Hamley's flagship store in Russia and many other children's retail brands 3. Amazing observation deck with spectacular view on Moscow on one of the upper floors

TSUM in Moscow  http://www.tsum.ru  Why we think it's interesting: 1. The first and main department store in Russia   2. Famous for its seasonal window decor and eclectic architecture combining medieval gothic and modern elements 3. Home to the variety of brands ranging from democratic to luxury (D&G, Tom Ford, Ralph Lauren, etc.) 4. Known for edgy ad activation (sometimes violating local advertising legislation)

TSUM in Moscow http://www.tsum.ru Why we think it's interesting: 1. The first and main department store in Russia 2. Famous for its seasonal window decor and eclectic architecture combining medieval gothic and modern elements 3. Home to the variety of brands ranging from democratic to luxury (D&G, Tom Ford, Ralph Lauren, etc.) 4. Known for edgy ad activation (sometimes violating local advertising legislation)

Tsvetnoy Central Market in Moscow   http://www.tsvetnoy.com/en/   Why we think it's interesting:   1. One of the few department stores in the country  2. Following the opening, word 'corner' populated the pages of glossy press and daily shopper vocabulary in Russia  3. All Saints and Jo Malone have each entered the market with a corner in this store 4. Home to real organic farm market, Russia's take on SundayUp market and sample sales in the parking lot

Tsvetnoy Central Market in Moscow http://www.tsvetnoy.com/en/ Why we think it's interesting: 1. One of the few department stores in the country 2. Following the opening, word 'corner' populated the pages of glossy press and daily shopper vocabulary in Russia 3. All Saints and Jo Malone have each entered the market with a corner in this store 4. Home to real organic farm market, Russia's take on SundayUp market and sample sales in the parking lot