KleinHouse lofts are open spaces without partitions or bearing walls. Unleash your inner artist, and create a unique world that reflects your lifestyle.
The ceilings height of up to 4.3 m makes it simple to build residential mezzanines and multi-level spaces with a second lighting. Neighboring lots can be combined, so you can increase the area of the apartments to fit your comfort zone.
The visionary spirit of KleinHouse is especially striking in contrast to the historical architecture of the building itself. The tea - packing factory in Nizhnyaya Krasnoselskaya was built in 1914 by Roman Klein, academician of architecture and the most popular contractor of Moscow manufacturers. In a quarter of a century, he completed about a hundred projects. The Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow (Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts) was Kleinès masterpiece, earning him the title of academician of architecture and wide popularity.
In 1914, Klein built a tea-packing factory for the Tea Trade Association V.Vysotsky and Co. at the crossing of Olkhovskaya and Nizhnyaya Krasnoselskaya streets. The building was constructed in the Art Nouveau style. Klein took into account the technology of tea production, and all the premises of the factory were designed very rationally. The factory became the largest in Russia in that time, with almost 2,000 people working there at the beginning of the twentieth century.KLEINHOUSE BUILDING HISTORY