The Soviet Composer residential complex on 10 Chayanov Street is an avant-garde building designed by architect G. M. Ludwig in 1934 specifically as housing for famous musicians. Among the famous residents are Aram Khachaturian, the author of the USSR anthem Alexandrov, the conductor of Mosfilm Hamburg, the head of the Union of Composers Tikhon Khrennikov, the first music teacher of Prokofiev Reinhold Glier.
The facade of the Soviet Composer residential complex on 10 Chayanov Street is divided by protruding volumes of stairwells with slit-like windows. According to the original project, they were to be decorated with images of giant antique harps in the Art Deco style. A covered gallery runs along the second floor. The basement of the house used to house the Central Club of Composers, where concerts and events were regularly held.
In the Soviet Composer residential complex, you can buy an apartment with thick walls, high ceilings and spacious rooms, multi-level options are also presented. The number of rooms is from two to five. The walls of the apartments are extremely thick and dense, providing excellent sound insulation. Stairs and doorways were designed so that a grand piano or piano could be brought into the apartments. All information about current offers can be found on the official website of the Soviet Composer Residential Complex.
The complex is located a few steps from the Belorusskaya and Mayakovskaya metro stations. The area has developed infrastructure – nearby there are cafes, restaurants, bars, shops, several museums. It will be convenient to get to any point of the city by car.
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