Erarta – San Pietroburgo, Russia

Museum surfacing with smooth rubber flooring Multifloor Nd Uni.

Erarta is the biggest non-governmental museum of contemporary art in Russia and it is situated in St. Petersburg, the cultural capital of Russia.The collection of the museum counts about 2.000 works by 140 contemporary Russian artists, but the goal is to open also to foreign artists. The basis of choice of the of the works for the collection do not follow a single style, but it is captivated by freedom, originality and craftsmanship, as stated by Michail Ovchinnikov, director of the museum. The ambitious project is housed in a striking yellow building with white columns that has been divided into two wings – the right wing houses the gallery, and the left the museum. The building has undergone a complete overhaul to transform it into a modern space for its new contents. It is hard to miss, juxtaposed opposite the tired-looking Soviet Palace of Culture. The building include the museum exposition and different galleries, media halls, a cafè for chilling out and for artists presentations, a souvenir shop and a restaurant.