The law office by Plazma Architecture Studio

May 11th, 2014 by retail design blog

The interior of the law office was created thinking about constantly rushing young people, who value the harmony of aesthetic and functionality. Main focuses are laid out in an open reception area for visitors – where the conference rooms are arranged in the white space like functional islands, the plastic volumes of which form the micro-urban interior. Tracery of these volumes creates different layers, and moderate colour and clear geometry embodies the principles of stability and respectability.

The project is a winner in the category of offices at the “Interior of the Year” competition and has also been recognized as the best interior of the year by Lithuanian Union of Architects.

Designed by Plazma Architecture Studio












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