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26 may 2022

Trend Rooms: GARAGE from ABD architects

On May 26, the traditional forum on design, technology and management of office spaces Business & Design Dialogue from Officenext was held.

ABD architects presented their installation - GARAGE, which won the Audience Award as the best Trend Room!

We wanted to unite like-minded people around us and created a place of attraction where you can work, relax, socialize, have fun and create something new.

Our stand is the work of a wonderful, well-coordinated team of architectural bureau, builders, artists, suppliers and event organizers.

Thank you to everyone who was not afraid to participate with us in this incredible project:
  • Builders: GAMASS-A
  • Wall Design: Peakart
  • Furniture: BENE RUS
  • Floor coverings: DESSO Carpets
  • Lighting: Estetta
  • Textiles: KADO
  • Interior solutions made of glass: Askell
  • Landscaping: Ficus: conscious gardening
For a wonderful drummer, instruments and a rock concert, thanks to our neighbors FineFloor!
«The amazing ability of a person to work and create spaces for work knows no boundaries. In the post-pandemic period, experiencing stress from world news, a person still continues to work! The uniqueness of this phenomenon generates non-standard solutions for the organization of the workspace.
The concept of the GARAGE pavilion is an illustration of modern reality, where you often have to find places to work and relax on your own. However this phenomenon opens up new horizons for revising the concepts of modern office space and interaction between people…»

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