Alexey Knyazev|Alexey Knyazev|Alexey Knyazev|Alexey Knyazev||“We need air and space for our ideas to work”: Nefa Research’s tiered HQ|Snake-like custom lighting drops the full height of the space|A more conventional mezzanine level is built up into the rafters|Asymmetrical door openings fit with the angular aesthetic of the fit out||
24 Jun 2013

Nefa Research’s converted factory in Moscow

Words by Rachel Calton

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