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Iosa Ghini Associates | Capital Group Offices

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Located in downtown Moscow, Capital Group is a property development company with 17 years of experience.

For the building of the new offices, the Architect Massimo Iosa Ghini has entirely designed the working areas contributing to the implementation of an elegant and luxury complex.

This project involved the renovation of two floors of Capital Group, respectively the 16th and 17th, that develop for an area of 1400 square meters and represent the most valuable property Company’s plans. One of the main issues from which the project took its shape was the need to diversify each environment in relation to the function that it would host.

It has been tried, therefore, to finalize the selection of individual parts to create unique environments and purely diversified, by maintaining a homogeneous conceptual line.

Therefore, the research of materials, the study of floors and ceilings, the choice of furniture contributed to characterize and personalize the different spaces.

To date, the 16th floor is divided into two areas: Business and Premium, respectively, representing the two divisions of the property company Capital Group. The two areas differ in color and materials, but the design coherence is maintained through soft, sinuous lines that characterize also the other environments. The wealth of materials and quality of finishes reveal its highest expression on the 17th floor where the offices together with some meeting rooms are made for the members of Capital Group. In this case the various rooms were embellished with a tiny space and furnishings design that make the workplace more warm and welcoming and enriched by an important works of art collection of the society.

Location: Moscow, Russia
Architect: Iosa Ghini Associates
Client: Capital Group
Status: Completed 2010
Photo Credits: courtesy Capital Group

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