The idea was to use glasses as the central expressive feature of the space. The architects installed giant glasses shaped like those worn by Leo Burnett. The space also features large glittering stars hanging from the ceiling. These are central to the company's signature style.
The impressive new 8,800m2 interior of the advertising agency's office in Moscow is situated in a redbrick factory complex. The space is all about playfulness, design and creativity.
Haworth Russia worked with Nefa Architects to supply furniture for the entire workplace, including meeting and lounge areas. The chosen products were from Haworth ranges and Cappellini design icons.
Very task chairs complement Haworth's Tibas desk system throughout the open plan office area and meeting rooms, providing uniformity in both design and functionality.
See Shell’s new Energy Campus which occupies 22,000m2 in Krakow, featuring various social and café spaces.