Servier offices by ABD Architects, Moscow – Russia

August 4th, 2017 by retail design blog

ABD architects designed the offices of pharmaceutical company Servier, located in Moscow, Russia.

Important requirement from Servier was to create the design with so called French touch, emphasizing the French origin of the brand. Architects in return suggested using combinations of colors and materials, restrained and strict, the golden mean of a combination of incongruous things, such as an office and a French interior.

Of course, this is the severity and elegance of graphics, created by black partitions, it is the warmth of light wood, the shine of glass, the exquisite carpet covering of a noble crimson hue with a pattern, the elements of decor.

All components of the interior are selected in such a way that it looks appropriate and corresponds to the conditions of the working environment.

Design: ABD architects
Photography: Sergey Volokitin

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2 thoughts on “Servier offices by ABD Architects, Moscow – Russia

  1. Ana Paula Reto says:

    Congratulations. Your office is amazing.

  2. Very good, blog is incredible, I will apply several of these tips to my office here in oxford, thank you very much

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