Wooden ceiling, hieroglyphs on the walls, hiddenpremises ... What else does this compact 1,000 square meter office hide? Today we will get acquainted not only with the office space, but also with the ancient Japanese culture, because hardly any other company can boast such a colorful representation. Mitsubishi's Moscow office, designed by OFFCON, combines modern high-tech solutions. The office was nominated for the Best Office Awards 2016, organized by the Office Next portal, in the category "Construction quality". The office is located in the White Gardens business center. Visitors are welcomed by the reception hall, made in corporate colors - black, red and white. The architecture of the building implies the location of utility rooms in the bark. Mitsubishi coped with this task in the best possible way - the doors to the utility rooms are hidden and in no way violate the visual integrity of the corridors. The server room of the office is also located here. Most of them are reserved for meeting rooms and officesspectacular peripheral rooms. Panoramic windows from the 16th floor offer a breathtaking view of Moscow, which is conducive to contemplative relaxation. The plan of the premises is drawn up in such a way that you can get from the reception to the meeting rooms as quickly as possible, bypassing the open. For the convenience of employees, copy rooms with all the necessary office equipment are equipped in separate nooks. Meeting rooms named after Russiancities differ in size, and one of them - the Moscow room - is equipped with a sliding partition that allows transforming the space for a corporate party or an informal meeting in a matter of seconds. Lurking behind the partition is a coffee point, so much in demand during public events. Fedor Rashchevsky - architect, OFFCON partner: - We were especially pleased to work on this project. It is not often in our practice that we have to deal with companies that at the same time have such a deep and glorious history, operating in such a variety of industries and business, and representing one of the oldest and most distinctive cultures in the world. We really wanted to make the office truly "fresh", diverse and comfortable. We paid close attention to acoustic solutions in all areas and rooms. offcon.ru In a company where employees are valued, the office simply cannot but be equipped with the latest technology and fashion. OWA micro-perforated acoustic ceilings, Finex light wood engineered planks, and Interface sound-absorbing carpet cover all add up to an unrivaled, laconic corridor look. For the maximum comfort of employees, the open office space is furnished with furniture from the Japanese manufacturer Okamura, as well as Bene and K.S.Buro. Lighting deserves special attention - the studio Light Buro became the lighting consultant. The combination of diffused and directional lighting, combined with an intense solar flow from the windows to the floor, fills the space with light. Together with a light floor and ceiling, uniform illumination visually enlarges the premises. With the exception of the VIP meeting room, where halogen lamps are used, the luminaires are based on a white glow. The design of the office is kept in a low-key JapaneseStyle, but the rare flaws of juicy colors - for example, in the design of coffee-points - will not let you lose heart at work. Also, the negotiation for the special guests differs in richness of colors - the ceiling and cabinets here are made of dark wood, and the walls have a muffled olive shade. The glass walls here are covered with a frost-effect film, creating an atmosphere of privacy. The rest of the meeting rooms boast stunning views of their windows and ergonomic office furniture. Walls of meeting rooms and glass partitions from the company Versal Group make the space more open. A special atmosphere is attached to the Japanese hanging on the walls, executed in the technique of calligraphy.
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