Horus Capital Offices
Casson Mann were commissioned to design Horus Capital’s new offices in Moscow, with the brief to create a new open-plan working culture for the company. The offices have workstations branching out from a single timber walkway that reaches from the chairman’s office to the board room, becoming the board room table. Cellular glass offices for management are embedded in the timber walkway, creating a sense of openness and involvement. The timber runway is cut through by the flytower of the lobby beneath the offices, creating a direct connection between the working spaces and the Museolobby below and allowing glimpses of the mechanism of the flytower.
The office’s reception area has an interactive reception desk, which reacts and changes with the approach of visitors. Virtual world clocks constantly update to reflect the time in different cities around the world.
Client: Horus Capital
Size: 2100 square metres
Casson Mann: Lead Consultant & software Creative Director