The Leo Burnett Moscow office by Nefa Architects features a whimsical oversized pair of glasses that frame the reception area and lobby. The concept of the glasses being the centerpiece of the office design evolved from earlier ideas that included apples and stars, while the ad agency's previous office in Moscow had meeting rooms within giant pencils.
The open concept workspace for the agency's new space in Moscow is entirely red, white and black, with the space largely being organized by the giant pair of glasses. The reception desk is perfectly housed within the left frame of the glasses, while a meeting room is tucked within the arms at the back.
The Leo Burnett Moscow office design plays host to lots of bright red accents in the form of large architect's lamps and a few giant curly couches.