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The city indoor market at the intersection of Vavilova Street and Lomonosovsky Prospect was built in the 1960s. Sellers of all kinds of goods including meat, milk and honey gathered here under a single dome. The main materials which were used for construction are plywood and wood lath. Pavilions, cafes and bars are united by a single design style: there are plywood canopies everywhere and the same plywood facade with the signs attached to it. The design of the interior of cafes is not regulated – owners decide on it themselves. Lighting solutions deserve special attention. Technicians were invited to illuminate the counters. They have selected the optimal light temperature for each type of product at the market.

Authors: Bureau ARCHPOINT — Valery Lizunov, Ekaterina Ageeva, Maxim Vinokurov. Photo: Olga Melekesceva

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