A distinctive fluid architecture of the building initially created an unusual interior space. This feature made it possible to organize an interesting curvilinear system of halls and vestibules, which became a sort of a core of the building. The reception zone is located on the top floor, under a huge glass skylight, cutting through the ceiling plane and creating an original open space in the interior. The ethereality and lightness of the finish create the feeling of unlimited space and fresh air, while the teak finish of the wall panels and doors gives the space a formal touch, paying tribute to the client's conventional taste.
The sky theme is traced throughout the building: airplane light fixtures fly across the different floors of the building, and located in the hall are three 'clouds' which you can sit on and relax. The insular reception zone is shaped as large intercrossing boomerangs resembling the airline's logo outlines. Modern furniture in the reception area and the inner offices is laconic but very elegant, creating an appropriate working mood. Designer pendant light fixtures not only create comfortable lighting of the working area, but also act as modern elements of decor complementing the overall picture of the interior.
'The perception of any object means embracing everything, from the overall image of the façade and finishing to the smallest details in its interior. When designing projects we try not only to come up with a visual solution, but also to harmonize it with the technology, structural elements and engineering. And, of course, to choose the materials which will help realize the architect's intention in the process of building and finishing works to the maximum. This is the only way to create naturally modern architecture and interiors'.