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Federal Arbitration Court of Moscow Region Location of the project: Seleznevskaya Street, unit 9, Moscow, Russia Architects of the project: V.Plotkin, N.Romishevskaya, I.Lelyakina, M.Ilyevskaya, I.Tyurin, A.Travkin with participation of Yu.Denisov, T.Diasheva, N.Lyzlov, S.Gusarev Designing beginning: 2003 Designing completion: 2007 The building is divided into two blocks: seven-storeyed ancillary building located in the depth of the site and three-storeyed public building facing Seleznevskaya Street, Moscow. Both buildings have separate entrances from the territory and are connected with each other by two passages on the second and third floors. One of the passages is made in double light and houses a winter garden. The underground part of the building is connected by a car park and car wash. The first floor of an ancillary building has a canteen for the staff and a complex for social and psychological rehabilitation with a gym, aerobic room, beauty salons, sauna and hair-dresser’s salons. The upper levels are intended for lawyers’ offices and departments with work stations. The sixth floor houses of the office of the Arbitration Court Chairman with a view to Seleznevskaya Street and the historic building of the Museum of RF Ministry of Internal Affairs. The public building is designed entirely for visitors. From the lobby a round staircase and elevator lead to the second and third floors of the building where the court session rooms are located. The main technical areas of the building are situated of the seventh floor of the ancillary building and in the underground part of the building.