Khokhlovka is the highly immersive and atmospheric open-air ethnomuseum in Perm Krai, where tourists can dive into the old north-russian way of life. People wear historical dresses, crafting and taking care of domestic animals, doing their business in the entourage of ascetic architecture. All takes place in Ural scenery within its woods, hills and rivers. It is like Skansen
in Sweden, Drvengrad
by Kusturica in Serbia, or Hessen Park
in Germany. We had been asked to come up with a new vision of museum, up-to date strategy and design.