Do you ever have those mornings when you wake up with zero motivation to go to work? If you are one of the lucky ones to work at the Bank of Moscow, this feeling will wash away the instant you step foot inside the redesigned office space. The 7,000 square meter area revamped by Alexey Kuzmin evokes luxury the minute those rich mahogany doors are swung open.
Alexey Kuzmin uses a deep mahogany for most of the office design, as the richly textured wood is set for both the walls and certain parts of the ceiling. Because the office is windowless, the ceiling also features stain-glass material that brightens up the space with a flood of light. To really pump up the luxurious nature of the bank, Kuzmin also uses marble floors that are sure to make any tired employee feel like a millionaire.
Mahogany Paneled Offices
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