Representative office in one of the Moscow City towers

Location
Moscow, Presnenskaya embankment, 12

Client
BEKSHTA CONSTRUCTION GROUP

Year
2020

Architecture
Offices

Status
Realization

Team
K. Afanasieva
S. Sobolev

Comfort and style at a height: offices in the Federation Tower, Moscow City
Climbing to the 71st floor, you are immediately immersed in an atmosphere where strict minimalism meets refined elegance. Work desks with laconic metal legs and wooden surfaces create an impression of rigor and business focus. However, turquoise walls, an abundance of greenery and golden decorative elements bring softness and coziness to the interior, creating a balance between a business environment and comfort.

One of the key features of this space are glass doors and panoramic windows, visually enlarging the space and filling it with natural light. This solution not only expands the room, but also creates pleasant working conditions. Wall lighting hidden behind a decorative panel gives softness and comfort, and spotlights on the ceiling provide sufficient brightness for work tasks.

On the 72nd floor, the atmosphere is changing. Warm shades prevail here, creating a feeling of comfort and hospitality. The walls of the office are made of wooden panels with “concrete” inserts, which gives the space a unique character and texture.

The workplaces are equipped with white tables with metal legs that support the lightness and airiness of the interior. The ceiling is decorated with decorative wooden panels and built-in lamps that evenly illuminate the work area, creating a comfortable working environment.

We paid special attention to the zoning of the office with the help of shelving and plants. This solution allows you to create private work areas while maintaining a sense of spaciousness. This not only contributes to employee productivity, but also supports overall harmony and comfort in the office.

Both offices are remembered for the combination of materials: wood, metal and concrete create interesting textural contrasts and make the offices unique.

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Representative office in one of the Moscow City towers

Location
Moscow, Presnenskaya embankment, 12
Client
BEKSHTA CONSTRUCTION GROUP
Year
2020
Architecture
Offices
Status
Realization
Team
K. Afanasieva
S. Sobolev

Comfort and style at a height: offices in the Federation Tower, Moscow City
Climbing to the 71st floor, you are immediately immersed in an atmosphere where strict minimalism meets refined elegance. Work desks with laconic metal legs and wooden surfaces create an impression of rigor and business focus. However, turquoise walls, an abundance of greenery and golden decorative elements bring softness and coziness to the interior, creating a balance between a business environment and comfort.

One of the key features of this space are glass doors and panoramic windows, visually enlarging the space and filling it with natural light. This solution not only expands the room, but also creates pleasant working conditions. Wall lighting hidden behind a decorative panel gives softness and comfort, and spotlights on the ceiling provide sufficient brightness for work tasks.

On the 72nd floor, the atmosphere is changing. Warm shades prevail here, creating a feeling of comfort and hospitality. The walls of the office are made of wooden panels with “concrete” inserts, which gives the space a unique character and texture.

The workplaces are equipped with white tables with metal legs that support the lightness and airiness of the interior. The ceiling is decorated with decorative wooden panels and built-in lamps that evenly illuminate the work area, creating a comfortable working environment.

We paid special attention to the zoning of the office with the help of shelving and plants. This solution allows you to create private work areas while maintaining a sense of spaciousness. This not only contributes to employee productivity, but also supports overall harmony and comfort in the office.

Both offices are remembered for the combination of materials: wood, metal and concrete create interesting textural contrasts and make the offices unique.

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