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This former Soviet telecommunications building in the centre of Moscow has been converted by a reputable studio Archiproba. Called DI Telegraph, office is used for a technology company. This new space occupies the upper floor of the 1927 Central Telegraph building designed by Soviet architect and engineer Ivan Ivanovich Rerberg. The studio striped the building back to its original concrete shell and produced an open plan workspace. Results are breath-taking. “Flexibility of the space has become a key advantage brought by the new design of the room,” said Muradova of Archiproba. “That is why most parts of the interior elements have wheels and consist of detachable modules. Depending on the needs of teams, the co-working [space] can transform and take forms necessary for fruitful cooperation.

[Images courtesy of Archiproba. Photography by Ilya Ivanov.]



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