The Bank of Moscow’s central office has recently had its interior redesigned. The aim of the project was to create a luxurious and opulent setting – and it is clear that this brief has been met!
The main design features include the hexagonal shaped central hall, which according to the bank will be used for “client services”. The aim behind the large room was to give the interior an elegant feel, echoed by the completely bespoke furnishing throughout. Everything – from the tall wooden doors to the chandeliers and oak panelling – is customized. What’s more, since the office space has no windows the designers went about creating a stained-glass ceiling in order to give the room a light and natural feel.
The project was headed by the architectural firm of Srentenka, and more specifically by the Moscow based designer Alexey Kuzmin. The office occupies the 7,000 sqm third floor of a previously empty attic space within a building complex in the heart of Moscow city.