The first thing we see upon entering the office is not bright graphic walls in Wall & Deco wallpaper, not a glossy reception made out of American walnut and simple tinted pine, no, this is a rough concrete wall, entirely printed on non-woven fabric, with a "graffiti battle" of two English poets who conduct a dialogue through time and space - from the eighteenth century to the twentieth century and our time, without losing their relevance and fierce ardor. Of course, Dylan Thomas is quoted more actively than William Blake, if only because his poem sounds like a refrain in the film Interstellar, but the wiser lines of Blake - a poet, engraver, visionary, seem to be. About this, however, is the whole interior of the computer graphics studio.
Unremarkable, except for its location in the historical center of Moscow, the office building of the early 2000s: the initial data were as standard as the materials used in the decoration of office premises. But we fixed it with built-in furniture of our own design, amazing graphics on the wallpaper of the Milan company Wall & Deco, vintage chairs, tables and lamps from European flea markets, hooligan ceramic tiles by Bardelli and other bright details, for example, a mirror framed with old window frames, or another one based on wallpaper using laser cutting and engraving. And everyone was so fond of the beautiful white cone-lamps that they migrated to another interior in another city.