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russian interior design firm kidz design was challenged with creating a modern bank’s office while using the least possible bank-related elements and equipment. located in the ground floor of a residential building in moscow, the ‘space for the future’ is an open floor plan featuring large picture windows and high ceilings in the main space. so the designers attempted to bring in vibrancy to the office and an appealing aesthetic to be seen through the windows.

the architects divided the large space in three distinct areas, to offer more privacy when needed. the first large open space includes the coffee counter, meeting tables and networking areas for the presentation of new services. the second space is a small conference room and the third, an area for the service managers.

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a zig-zagged entrance articulates STUDIO QI’s annso hill hotel in china