Multifunctional Office Building in Moscow

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Multifunctional Office Building

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16 Jun 2014

Multifunctional Office Building in Moscow

Design: Architects of Invention

Location: Moscow, Russia

‘Multifunctional Office Building’ with underground car park is located in the Central District of Moscow .

Moscow Office Building

The total site area is approximately 0.5 hectares. The building consists of two connected volumes – a 14-storey office building of rectangular form and a 7-storey hotel. To reduce the visual effect of the building’s scale, the volumes are dissected with a dark line on the second and twelfth floors.

Moscow Office Building

The facade is designed as continuous structural glazing with a fritted pattern. The pattern is made of white print – a simulation of digital rain on the surface of the building. The density of fritting increases with height.

Moscow Office Building

This solution gives the facade a solid white appearance, protecting it from the sun and the overheating of interior spaces in the summertime. The colour defines the function: the white colour defines public space, while yellow highlights technical facilities. The yellow bar at the eighth floor gives the building becomes an easily recognizable feature of the architecture of the complex.

Moscow Office Building

Multifunctional Office Building in Moscow – Building Information

Architect: Architects of Invention
Status: Under Construction
Location: Centre of Moscow
Size: 37000 m²
Budget: $60 mil
Consultants: Structural Engineers – Engenuiti, MB Proekt
Programme: Offices, Restaurant, Cafe, Car Park
Team: Michael Eichner, Davit Canava, Magdalini Giannakidi, Petras Isora, Nikoloz Japaridze, Anton Khmelnitskiy, Ivane Ksnelashvili, Daniel Lareau, Moritz Reinisch

Moscow Office Building

Multifunctional Office Building in Moscow images / information from Architects of Invention

Architects of Invention

Location:Moscow, Russia