«… when you enter, you discover a completely enchanting gallery without any columns - an actual shopping street, lit by a skylight. The glass is not visible from the ground, so, entering, you feel a pleasant surprise: the hanger turns out to be a museum. Of course, at the end of it, it’s still a hangar: the biggest in Moscow, «Ramstore» (12 thousand sq. m.) But even it’s tremendous size lines up with the idea of a store-city. Orange walls echo the color of the facade and the large, neon signs, crawling in different directions («Butter!» «Eggs!» «Cheese!») convert the interior into a kind of urban space. That is, first street gallery, filled with small tenants, and then (in accordance with all the laws of business) the market area «anchors».
The architects were set a clear task: it was necessary to use the area of the four business center floors to maximum effectiveness and organize workplaces for the greatest number of employees of the law firm.