The office interior of the modern, young media company Profmedia leaves a feeling of lightness, dynamism and transparency due to clear zoning, active use of glass, light colors of the walls and contrast elements of furniture of dark tone and wood, as well as large-format photo printing.
The multifunctionality of the office is expressed by a clear division of public, negotiation zones and the function of departments on floors and interaction. It is also emphasized by the concept of open ceiling engineering systems and light solutions giving general uniform and comfortable lighting for the open space work area, with low ceilings and high density of workplaces. The front desk of the main entrance stylistically echoes the architecture of the building in the style of Russian Art Nouveau. The accents on the septum are facing at all levels of the office space. Suspended luminaires of direct / reflected light are used for fences separated by glass partitions of heads.
The main goal of this interior was not only to promote effective and creative work, but also to produce a clear and solid impression on the numerous visitors of the company. The introduction of stylistic elements and photographic prints with a historical image of "Moscow which does not exist" echoes with the architecture, the restored former apartment house designed by the architect LA Kekushev and reminds about the historicity of the building and its location.
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.