Orangery in Neskuchny Garden to be Reconstructed
The orangery in Neskuchny Garden, which has been empty for a long time, will be reconstructed. The project is currently being developed, said Chief Architect of Moscow, First Deputy Chairman of Moskomarkhitektura Sergey Kuznetsov.
The orangery is located in Neskuchny Garden, behind house No. 20 on Leninsky Prospekt. The total area of the three-story building is about two thousand square meters.
“At the moment, my colleagues from the Department of Cultural Heritage and I are thinking over options for the reconstruction of the orangery. No doubt, this object has great potential, and after the restoration of the building, Neskuchny Sad will get another center of attraction that will decorate the entire park. In addition, the surrounding area will also be put in order. According to the mayor Sergey Sobyanin, since the beginning of the year, 1.3 thousand cultural objects have been restored in the city, and many more are going to be sorted out ” - Sergey Kuznetsov said.
The reconstruction project involves the maximum reconstruction of the historical appearance of the building, in particular, transparent roofs and facades will be restored; besides, the orangery and the surrounding area will be adapted to modern use.
- Neskuchny Garden