JMP’s redevelopment of the historic Stanislavsky Factory and theatre site in central Moscow (formerly the home of Konstantin Stanislavsky, the ‘father of modern acting’) transformed a degraded mixture of 19th century and 20th century buildings into a vivid cultural and mixed-use development. The scheme has reinstated the legendary Stanislavsky Theatre, re-modelled existing buildings, and delivered new low-rise apartment blocks, setting a new benchmark for historically sensitive regeneration. The Stanislavsky scheme is now being cited by Moscow planners as an exemplary demonstration of the fusion of old and new architecture in the city centre. The mixed-use and residential redevelopment of this site has, from the outset, been considered as both an architectural and urban landscape scheme. The site comprises 13 buildings of varying age, material, style, and orientation; the landscape – also by JMP – ties the entire site together. The scheme includes new courtyards, gardens, and car parking areas. The residential element has introduced a new standard of luxury apartments to central Moscow.