Launching its operations inside the historic building of the former “Leningrad” cinema in Tauride Garden is the Leningrad Centre – a new city venue and project at the juncture of culture, entertainment and the media.
The best Russian and international specialists were invited to restore the building. The project was carried out under the supervision of Spanish architect and urban planner Ricardo Bofill.
Leningrad Centre has combined under the same roof concert and theatre venues, an art gallery, conceptual bars and restaurants. All zones of the project are fitted with state-of-the-art equipment, in tune with relevant trends in culture and the entertainment industry.
Located 3 kmand 1 metro stop away from the Moscow Rail Terminal; 2 min. by foot from Chernyshevskaya metro station or 10 minutes from the event’s official hotels to which delegates are transferred.
99 vertical LED displays form Europe’s tallest media wall opening the entryway into the plenary session hall.
White Bar. Black Bar
The White and Black bars will be used as lounge zones for the evening reception and for coffee breaks.
Ground floor, “Theatre” Hall seating 500
Gallery, floor 2, two halls, 97 sq m each
“Small Stage” Hall, S – 650 sq m