Moscow Towers entrance space
  • Year:
  • Status:
  • Location:
    Moscow, Russia
  • Function:
  • Area:
    35 286 m2
  • Team of authors
  • Team leader:
    Julia Tryaskina
  • Architects:
    Mariya Marshuk, Yuliya Sadovaya, Evgheniya Sergeeva..., Olga Muizhnek
  • Project manager:
    Olga Novikova, Vladimir Kolesnichenko

Moscow Towers entrance space

The concept of interiors is based on the interaction of interior and exterior spaces. The main visual image, which the authors of the project were inspired, is a beam of light penetrating into the building from outside, and filling the entire space of the interior with light highlights and reflections.

The centerpiece of the interior is an installation consisting of glass prisms. This grandiose unique structure is 13 meters high and is a decoration not only for the interior but also for the exterior. Viewed through the large planes of the facade glazing from the adjacent territory, it attracts the attention of visitors to the business center.
Other elements of the interior (finishing materials, furniture, and lighting) were selected based on the minimalism principle. Their main purpose is to form a calm background around the main dominant element. The play of light creates a special impression that changes depending on the time of day.