Yandex office by za bor Architects, Stroganov, Moscow – Russia

March 18th, 2014 by retail design blog

The client wanted to see a «happy» and comfortable interior that would hold a large number of specialists. The first three floors are connected with a generic element, that is intended to form a giant ribbon, that, while penetrating floors, forms streamlined volumes of meeting and conference rooms. The fourth and fifth floors are constructed in a totally different style. You may only notice two signature elements of za bor architects here – large meeting rooms – architects call them «bathyscaphes», and employees named them «Orange» and «Tomato» due to their colors.

Such difference in decoration is determined with very complex construction elements and level differences in the building (the ceiling height varies from 2 to 6 meters), balconies, beams that were left from the previous tenants. Nevertheless, here we can see new colors, partition walls and flooring.










































http://zabor.net

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