ABD architects designed the new offices for Heineken located in Moscow, Russia. The main idea of the office was the atmosphere of a picnic and the joy of meeting with the doves. In general, ABD architects wanted to create a light, bright and fresh space, filled with air and natural elements.
Architects used the interior glass partitions for offices and meeting rooms, a partition with beer bubbles, floor covering Bolon resembling grass, cheerful lamps – monkeys from the company Seletti, and greenery which hangs from the suspended ceiling. ABD architects also wanted to emphasize the Dutch origin of the company and its history.
In the bar area, architects used ceramic tiles from the company Apavisa, which in its design resembles the traditional Delphic porcelain. The main feature in the reception area is the timeline outlining the history of the company and indicates the main milestones of development. And in the meeting rooms will have to appear posters with Dutch painting, which will contrast with the modern design.
Designer: ABD architects
Photography: Olga Melekesceva