In search of an office for a company that provides administrative management for terminals of regional airports, the architects chose rooms in a modern office building and created moderate, but altogether expressive, interiors. The clients fully relied on the architect’s professional expertise and granted him a cart blanche to create. The only constraints were conditioned by the working style of this particular office, not meant to attend to random visitors, and by the company activities: complex financial and technical development of airport facilities. As most employees are concentrated on individual work, the office has practically no open space, but a number of individual cabinets and meeting rooms. The interiors clearly translate an image of a metallic wing flying in the greyish-blue sky.