Office E is an office space designed by Maria Murawsky Architecture in the prestigious Kurfürstendamm district of Berlin. The design is characterised by luxurious materials and elegant furniture. There is nothing out of tune, since Maria Murawsky brings her distinctive symmetry and detailing to this project.
The Polish design studio Maria Murawsky Architecture was commissioned to design an office space for a young company. The building in which the office was placed already had a distinctive classical style with sumptuous mouldings, herringbone parquet and frescos on the ceiling. To create a contrast, the interior designer used modern furniture and decoration. For example, in the lounge where a minimalist sofa was combined with a tea trolley from 1959 by Brazilian designer Jorge Zalszupin.
The interior architect used a recurring palette of materials and colours.
Maria Murawsky Architecture used a recurring palette of materials and colours. The marble fireplace and coffee table from the lounge are repeated in the next room by means of a Calacatta bar and in the meeting room behind there is a large marble table. Camel-coloured leather is also repeated throughout the office with the help of the office chairs, armchairs and decorative elements such as desk protectors, a pen tray, dustbins and so on. For the lighting, the interior designer placed lamps and chandeliers from Roll & Hill. A second piece of furniture, a bench by Jorge Zalszupin, can be found in the hallway. The bathroom has a cocoon atmosphere because it consists entirely of grey natural stone. The simple, rounded washbasins by Salvatori and the round mirrors soften the hard lines of the tiles. Office E is extremely detailed, the designer has thought of everything. The colours of the new elements are neutral to match the existing decoration and the uniformity of the eclectic spaces is impressive.
Photography by Tom Kurek