Novaya Nedvijimost office by IND OFFICE, Moscow – Russia

October 27th, 2013 by retail design blog

Novaya Nedvijimost (New Real Estate) — a company dealing with reconstruction of old town-houses – has ordered to the IND Office the office space design. The interior designed in the loft style should comply with the building appearance and save original decoration elements.

The office space harmonically bundles several styles and predominating is the loft style. Brick walls and authentic elements of the building are found side by side with Russian classics and modern solutions.

High ceilings (the office area has been increased using the roof space), unusual combination of bleached-out brick walls, authentic fretwork of the XIX century and solid oak panels with cast-iron embedded elements and wall-mounted lights in the form of candlesticks adds a special coziness to the office and dips the employees and clients in the mood of moderate luxury. Contemporary-styled classic ceiling lamps wrapped in a glossy smooth perspex bring delicacy.

Contrasting combination of cast-iron columns, forged staircases, wood, old brick and glass, shutters instead of curtains and simple timber or stone floors points out the building’s history, while modern lamps, chrome-plated parts, cutting-edge equipment, complex ceiling design and moderate furniture of the working space bring the employees and clients back to the XXI century.

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One thought on “Novaya Nedvijimost office by IND OFFICE, Moscow – Russia

  1. M says:

    Well…how about some “real pictures” from Moscow and not 3D renderings..i think we can see alot on the internet 😉

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