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Inspired by Russian cities and surroundings, the new 25,000 square-foot Huawei office in Moscow is distinguished amongst its peers as the company expands their international presence as a communications technology giant. ABD architects designed the offices for telecommunications manufacturer, Huawei, located in Moscow, Russia. ABD architects designed the new offices for the world’s leading provider of information and communication solutions, located in Moscow, Russia.

The main idea of the interior is the image of Russia and cities of the country, where large regional departments of Huawei are located. Architects were asked to reflect cultural features of Russian cities in the design and create an interior that could help to distinguish the Russian office from all other international offices.

Urban motives can be observed throughout the space. Streets are depicted on the walls, lamps are made in the form of antique lanterns, and the flooring resembles stone pavement. Matte finishing of meeting rooms depict urban silhouette. Monochrome color scheme of the interior is accomplished with furniture made of wood veneer and finishing on walls and ceilings in CEO offices. Red color is the corporate color of the company Huawei that is why it is presented in many office areas as the bright design accent.

Open meeting rooms are located in a row and are reminiscent of a train compartment. ABD architects placed them in the “transit” zone that allows using the area of the premises with maximum benefit. All meeting rooms are equipped with electronic reservation systems. Architects paid special attention to lighting solutions, the interior is distinguished by a great variety of types of lamps and lighting scenarios.

Architect: ABD architects
Contractor: Stroygarant
Photography: Olga Melekesceva

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