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—25.05.2020
Blank Architects made the unique lobby interior for "Metropolia 2"

Blank Architects made the unique lobby interior for each of the five towers of the residential complex Metropolia (stage 2) by developer MR Group.

—20.05.2020
Stolitsa shopping center is now open in Moscow

Stolitsa shopping center is now open in Moscow: the interiors of the local shopping complex were designed by Blank Architects.

—15.05.2020
Small Creative Design — meet the new department in Blank Architects

Blank Architects announces the new department of Small Creative Design with Alexandra Razina as Head.

—07.05.2020
5 trends that will change urban spaces after the pandemic

Magda Kmita, partner in Blank Architects, shared her forecast for future architectural changes specifically for Buro 24/7:

—24.04.2020
Our interior project on ArchDaily

Our interior project of Fabulously Answered Questions (FAQ) in Trend Island space in Moscow - on ArchDaily

—20.04.2020
Special for Vedomosti

How to create a shopping center that would be comfortable and safe even during the pandemic?

—14.04.2020
Tomorrow will come today

How an architect can create a new quality of housing for the citizen of the future

—02.04.2020
We are shortlisted!

Our project of the Russian pavilion for the Venice Biennale was included in the TOP 10 finalists of the competition organized by the pavilion.

—31.03.2020
Magda Cichon, Blank Architects — About New Working Conditions and distance work organization

The new working conditions require high flexibility in decision-making and flexibility for architects.

—24.03.2020
Moscow Architecture Prize 2020

Two projects of Blank Architects were nominated for the Moscow Architecture Prize 2020.

— 20.05.2020
Stolitsa shopping center is now open in Moscow

The interiors of the local shopping complex were designed by Blank Architects. The concept of the new project reflects the idea of shopping as a lifestyle. One of the aims of the project was to create a simple and cozy atmosphere of a local community, on the one hand, well-known and on the other- brand new. The interiors include natural materials – wood used in the decoration and furniture elements create comfort and emphasize the character of the shopping center. The design of floor coverings uses a common pattern of gray triangles and a white background: the scale of the ornament increases from the first to the third floor of the shopping center. This solution allows to solve the problem of intuitive navigation and makes it easier for the user to navigate in the space. Light becomes an important element of the design: in the shopping center's galleries, laconic pendant lights repeat the geometry of the pedestrian path. The atrium is decorated with a "raining" light installation. In the design of the food court, the built-in light is used in the slats and creates the rhythm of the space. Separated areas of the food court are highlighted by lamps with lampshades, balloon lamps and suspended cylindrical lighting.