Цех был построен в 1970х годах XX века. Здесь размещались основные производственные площади завода со стороны Кожевенной 40. Площадь каждого из двух этажей Цеха составляет 6500 м2.
The glass atrium of building A served as the entrance to the factory. Now it is an additional entrance to the territory of Sevkabel Port, as well as to the children’s floor and the Tower.
«Volt» occupies the site that served as a warehouse of equipment at the plant “Sevkabel”. At the Sevkabel Port project, it turns into the Ice Rink locker room in the winter and into a venue for events in the summer.
Coils on which the cable was rolled were stored in the UKT (cable container section), and such coils are the most convenient way of storage and transport. Nowadays, UKT is the most popular venue for different format events, from dance master classes to markets, from music festivals to scientific conferences. There is the food court to the left of the UKT.
The former offices of the factory’s managers are transformed into workshops and bureaus where dresses, tattoos are made, perfumes, audio-visual performances and cardboard furniture are created.
It is the former handling terminal of the plant «Sevkabel» and the future viewing platform of the Sevkabel Port project.
It was the main management office of the plant «Siemens and Halske» in the 19th century and the research institute of the plant «Sevkabel» in Soviet and post-Soviet times. This building now houses cafes, restaurants and offices.
It was the former plant management office, boiler room and climate laboratory in the 19th century. This building now houses a brewery, showrooms, architectural and exhibition project, and the port team’s HQ.
The wooden mansion with a tower was built in 1873. It housed the main office of the chemical plant «Messonier, Küneman, Vode and Co», then the plant «Siemens and Halske» office. In Soviet time there was a the dormitory. Now the mansion is almost destroyed, but KGIOP put it on the list of the city’s cultural heritage.
In the smallest building of the project there are the workshops of shoemakers, jewellers, florists, carpenters and other artisans. The Street Art Research Institute office is located here.