||||||The three buildings sit on the Neva river, opposite the classical Smolny Institute|Osen, Sima and Leto surround a plaza that acts as a car park and meeting place|The reflection of one building in its opposite number creates kaleidoscopic effects|Zima (Russian for Winter), like its counterparts, has a printed glass facade|The jaunty colours and motifs of the glass facades are selectively repeated inside||
04 Nov 2014

Russian offices with digitally printed facades

Words by Dominic Lutyens

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