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INTECO stand is admitted as the most conceptual at the Denkmal, Russia - Moscow trade fair.

23 October

The organising committee of the VI International Trade Fair for Heritage Preservation, Restoration and Museum technology granted the winner's certificate to INTECO, nominating it for the most conceptual stand. The development project consists of stylized facades of the company's new white-stoned apartment complex Ilyinka, 3/8, which will be constructed near the Kremlin, on one of the oldest business streets of the capital. The architectural solution of the residential community was proposed by the Kleinwelt Architekten bureau. It involves arched windows and entry elements, the use of patinated brass and natural stone with mythological relief.

“Our architectural ensemble will involve three heritage site mansions, so the concept of the new apartment complex part became a quaint interpretation of the ancient Moscow palaces and compounds. The plasticity of the exterior is intended to emphasize the richness of the historic facades’ eclecticism. And we tried to encapsulate this solution in our stand, where we presented the new project. The energy of the place gives us an opportunity to elegantly continue this bright architectural story”, says INTECO Director of the Communications Department Tatiana Slushko-Tsapinskaya.

Denkmal, Russia - Moscow is held biannualy, starting in 2011, and based on the experience of the Leipzig Trade Fair in the organisation of the leading European restoration trade fair. Expert roundtables, competitions for young conservators, workshops and presentations of manufacturers and suppliers are held at the platform for exchanging experience and networking.

The event is held under UNESCO patronage and with the support of the Ministry of Culture of Russia, the Government of Moscow, and the Leipzig Magistrate.