Reconstruction of rooms situated on two floors of this class-A office building involved total replacement of utilities systems and the creation of an interior with a recognizable ‘face’ capable of reflecting the firm’s status. The space of the main floor is divided into two halves. One half contains rooms for juior staff; the other, personal offices for senior layers and partners. The respectability of the rooms is underlined by the measured rhythm of the matt-glass decorative panels and by accents involving colour and light.
All rooms follow the ‘coprorate’ colour scheme. The entrance zone has daylight-imitation subsidiary lighting. The glass partition in the conference room is covered with matt film. The vertical blinds in the windows regulate the level of insolation in rooms.
The assistants' work positions, cupboards, some of the partitions, and the doors and mouldings are of cherry-coloured wood. The combination of this wood with the grey/dark blue carpets and beige-coloured walls creates an elegant and memorable colour scheme.
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.
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.