project presented by Russia, is divided into two components - on the ground floor of the pavilion, you can learn the history of scientific cities of the Soviet Union - the forerunner of the innovation city.The top floor is a project dedicated to directly "Skolkovo".It covered all the steps of creating an innovation center: urban planning concept, the architecture of the buildings, the layout areas.

objective of the project was the demonstration of the differences between a closed science cities since the Soviet Union and the opening of a modern "Skolkovo".In order for this information to become available, it is enough to clean the plate on one of the squares of the walls of the pavilion,
and then press the button.Dimensional code reading the encrypted information (QR), the tablet will give comprehensive information about the exhibits.

part of the exhibition dedicated to the innovation center "Skolkovo" is based on reading information from image squares (barcode), of which built the dome and the walls of the pavilion.This method of transmitting information is selected with an ulterior motive - all narrates that "Skolkovo" - high-tech project, and that science is in step with modern technology is part of people's lives.Russia presented at the Biennale space that is both virtual and physical.

idea of ​​creating a pavilion in the form of a virtual journey through the innovative project "Skolkovo" belongs Grigory Revzin - Biennale commissioner and architectural company «SPEECH Choban and Kuznetsov".

attention of visitors and other participants of the Biennale presented the master plan "Skolkovo", by the steps of its implementation;combined with residential buildings projects inscribed in the landscape with the premises of industrial park;logistics and recreational space.Also here you can find an interview with the authors of all the major projects of the innovation city, to answer any questions on the innovative brainchild of Russia.