Making homes, not houses
In Russia, we have “khrushchevki”
Endless rows of old, grey, ascetic panel boxes from the 70s with low ceilings and tiny rooms. At the time, they were built to accommodate families from communal apartments.
Brusnika, a federal developer, creates places you want to call your home. The company believes that it’s time to say goodbye to nostalgia. Move on and move in — to your home where you let go of the past and dream about a better future for you and your kids.