The peculiarity of the building, which houses the office of SABMiller Rus in the heart of Moscow at the intersection of the Sadovoe Ring and Malaya Dmitrovka, is the unusually large enclosure depth. Yard facade, unlike the main one facing Malaya Dmitrovka, has a tiered terraced plasticity. New architectural annexes surround the 19th century building. This baseline information defined the key design path: to create the «core» office, communicative and functional axis, and move the working space towards the outer perimeter of the building. Uneven wall barriers, not reaching either the floor or the ceiling, were used to preserve transparency and permeability of space.
Managers' offices and meeting rooms for internal meetings are enclosed in glass partitions. The top, 6th, floor was allocated entirely to public and representative functions and includes two transformable negotiation rooms, conference hall and a bar.
The seriousness of the image of the legal company is emphasized by the laconism of the planning and finishing solutions - the verified accuracy of perforations and knots, the selection and location of the corresponding lightning solved in the form of modern light panels.
From the very beginning the office design provided for future reshaping of the office area, facilitating change in size and in the number of rooms. A special ceiling was selected to be connected with partition fixes.