Complete scope of detailed design and construction, fit-out and engineering works at office premises.
Headquarters of Revolut in Moscow
Gint-M has completed an office project for the Russian arm of British financial technology company Revolut. The 2,320-sqm office is accommodated on the sixth floor of Building B, White Gardens BC at 7 Lesnaya str.
The design of Revolut’s new office was developed by British architects from Third Way Interiors, who also embodied their concept in the client’s London office. Gint-M adapted the design project, prepared all blueprints and carried out a full range of general construction works, including the design of MEP systems and works on feeble current systems. The project is managed by CBRE.
Revolut’s decision to move to a new office was caused by the company’s rapid expansion in the Russian market and the need not just to arrange comfortable workspace for its current employees, but also to plan workspace for new personnel in advance.
The new headquarters represents spacious open space. The office features five large and eight small meeting rooms, with two big meeting rooms easily transformable into one common meeting zone thanks to a flexible partition. There are also several open niches in the open space with sofas and tables for talks “on the run”.
Reference from Revolut
Revolut thanks the building contractor Gint-M for completing an office interior project in our new 2,320-sqm headquarters accommodated in White Gardens BC. As general contractor, Gint-M adapted the design project, prepared all blueprints and carried out a full range of general construction works, including the design of MEP systems and works on feeble current systems.
The office space is centered on a large Townhall zone with a kitchen, dining tables, two bar counters, upholstered armchairs and poufs, podiums for speakers and a projector. This is a place for weekly video conferences between offices in different cities, general meetings of the Moscow team and corporate parties. One of the open-sky terraces with panoramic views of the city is adjacent to Townhall.
A private play space is also planned in the office with PlayStation, upholstered sofas, poufs and a ping pong table.
The office is designed in the loft style with concrete walls present in the interior along with utilities (services) laid bare and painted black or decorated with aluminum-like electroplated coating. Here you’ll also find neon signs with slogans reflecting the corporate culture.
Caring for environment is an important part of Revolut’s corporate strategy – hence energy efficient technologies integrated into the office: lights are turned on automatically based on motion sensors; a master button installed near the elevator allows the last employee leaving the office to turn off all of the lights with one motion, etc.
“It took us only three months to create spacious and comfortable space for the employees of Revolut to work and play. The project boasts up-to-date fit-out and interior solutions as well as top-quality engineering equipment, including low-noise fan coils and innovative energy saving systems,” says Artem Panteleev, Business Development Director of Gint-M, commenting on the project.