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Allen&Overy

office interior
law firm

THE TOTAL SQUARE 450 м2

CLIENT Allen&Overy

ADDRESS 9 Dmitrovsky per., Moscow

ENGINEERING 2005

CONSTRUCTION 2005


About Project

The concept of the interior color design in the new portion of the firm’s office sheds peace and confidence that you will be treated here attentively and up to the highest standard. Creation of a suitable combination of finishes was assisted with the firm’s corporate color - intense carnation. The combination of the warm cherry-wood tone, brownish granite, carpet, natural flux of the Roman shades and the scarlet wall makes you feel cozy and warm as you come in.

The core of the rectangular reception room is a rounded-front rack, an idea suggested by the Client. Owing to the original layout of the floor coverings, the reception area looks dynamic and takes one’s gaze towards the windows. Compact-in-height tubular lighting fixtures by SCHMITZ and recessed DELTA LIGHT make the room well lit, despite the rather low ceilings (the office is situated in an old Moscow building).

One of the problems was a fairly long passageway into which the conference rooms, offices and auxiliary rooms open. The chosen solution was to divide the ceiling into compartments with concealed lights, visually expanding the passage. 

The interiors in the visitors’ section of the office use the furniture and wood paneling by BENE, and STEELCASE.

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