Saatchi&Saatchi / Bolshoy Levshinsky
Saatchi&Saatchi / Bolshoy Levshinsky
Saatchi & Saatchi Russia
6/2 Bolshoy Levshinsky per., Moscow, Russia
900 m²
Project group:
Boris Voskoboynikov, Dmitry Ovcharov, Sergey Kurepin, Daria Voskresenskaya
Implementation, 2009

The Moscow office of Saatchi&Saatchi international advertising agency is located in a noble manor of 1830s. Over the years of its existence, the interior finish of the building was lost, so the architects had to dream up a little on the topic of how that finish could look like soon after constructions. Stucco moulding pieces were created anew, brick work was exposed and painted white. Environment with bright colors and modern materials works in contrast with pseudoclassical finish. Besides the usual furniture, bright decorative designs are used, such as sculptures and art objects. Thus, for example the reception desk has a form of a huge red ampersand. Large white turbine lamps are also perceived as art objects. The main part of the workspace is organized as an open space; thick cellular poly carbonate highlighted in different colours is used as partitions.

William Webster
107078, Moscow
Sadovaya-Chernogryazskaya 8, bld. 8
Vox architects