Federal State Statistic Service
The Federal State Statistic Service building first hosted the House of USSR’s Consumer Central Union Cooperative.
The construction of that building was made following the project of French architect Le Corbusier. Erected in the 1930s, it consists of four buildings: three, made of eight-storey, are for offices and the last one hosts a conference room and a hall.
If Le Corbusier could not supervise the whole work, he nevertheless came several times in Moscow. The chief architect, N. Kolli, made some modifications to the program, but always with the French architect’s agreement.
Other buildings with the same “rational” style were later added nearby.