ADDRESS 6, Gasheka Str., 6th floor, Ducat Place III Business Centre
The well-known real estate consulting company Cushman & Wakefield Stiles & Riabokobylko sought to unite all of its departments, scattered around Moscow, in a single space while moving into a new office. Therefore, ABD architects were challenged to make the most comfortable office both employees and customers.
Taking into account the specifics of the customer, open space planning has been selected for the office - it stressed the democratic nature and openness of the business, as well as easing employee communication. The open space also accommodates transparent glass offices of department heads.
The office has a lot of negotiation rooms and a versatile multimedia client area, which is divided by sliding partitions into two parts and can be used for meetings and conferences, as well as for informal meetings and relaxation. This area holds a large number of audio-visual equipment for presentations: plasma and motorized screens, hidden in the ceiling, that move out on demand. A bar is also located here.
The furniture in meeting rooms, client reception area and reception, as well as decor, veneered wall panels, cabinets, shelves and various racks, are made for an individual project.
Senior Executive Director
At every step, including architectural concept, design development, working drawings and field supervision ABD architects exerted themselves as an active and creative team which quickly responded to all our questions and demands. The services were provided timely and professionally. And the whole work resulted in a modern style office that meets our corporate standards. We are happy to recommend ABD architects a highly professional, experienced and reliable partner.
The architects were set a clear task: it was necessary to use the area of the four business center floors to maximum effectiveness and organize workplaces for the greatest number of employees of the law firm.
Moving into the newly built BREEAM certified modern business center of A Class "Arcus III” has been considered not only as a technical consolidation of two Moscow offices, but also as an opportunity for qualitative improvement of workspaces.