December 10, 2008 - ENR: High-Rise Fever
Until recently, no buildings in Moscow surpassed the 240-meter Moscow State University—the tallest of the city’s “Seven Sisters” towers built at sites throughout the city during Stalin’s era. But a few years ago, Russia’s new wealth from natural resources started an upward rush.
June 02, 2005 - Architectural Record: Tallest in Europe
The high-profile public ceremony in Moscow on February 9 officially set off construction on the “Federation” towers in the city’s future financial district. The “Federation” will be the kernel of the planned Moscow-City, an area four kilometers northwest of the Kremlin where most government and business activity will be relocated by 2010.
October 09, 2006 - Business Week: The Russian Towers
Not too many years ago, Moscow’s skyline consisted of little more than the onion domes of the Kremlin and the Gothic spires of the Stalin-era buildings known as the Seven Sisters. But today, a forest of cranes dominates a 250-acre stretch along the Moscow River, where the 93-story Federation Tower — soon to be Europe’s tallest — is rising.
July 26, 2005 - Moscow Times: Bridging Past, Future
St. Petersburg native Sergei Tchoban doesn’t think his design for Europe’s tallest building will violate Moscow’s vertical integrity.
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March 01, 2009 - Discovery Channel: Built From Disaster
Built From Disaster is a six part documentary series about man-made structures – and how engineers and designers across the world have learned the lessons from tragic disasters of design.
July 01, 2009 - Modern Steel: Russia Rising
Brad Malmsten provides an update on our work on Moscow’s Federation Tower, the tallest building in Europe, on page 34.
March 24, 2010 - RIA Novosti: Mirax Group resurrects skyscraper project
Mirax Group will continue the construction of a Moscow skyscraper set to be one of the tallest buildings in Europe, an executive said on Wednesday.