Project aimed at an innovative future

Situated on the western outskirts of Moscow in the centre of a 1,000-acre site sits the Skolkovo Hypercube building (pictured) . Potentially mistaken by the untrained eye as a modern art homage to the great Russian export Tetris, the Hypercube was officially opened last year and is to be the focal point of the country’s attempt to create its own Silicon Valley, dubbed Inograd.

Announced in 2010 by then president Dmitry Medvedev, Inograd has two major objectives. Firstly, the site…

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