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Their main department store was located on Petrovka Street in Moscow and its landmark building is occupied by the TsUM department store since 1922. The neo-Gothic Muir & Mirrielees, designed by Roman Klein (structural engineering by Vladimir Shukhov) was the city's first retail building equipped with elevators.
Muir and Mirrielees also operated an upscale home improvement and furniture business, managed by Philip Walter, with a large furniture factory in Presnensky District of Moscow. The company specialized in providing complete bespoke interiors, from designer hardwood floors to filling up private libraries with custom-bound books.