This project was realized for the Vizor Games company – one of the leading international developers of multiplayer games for browser, social networks and mobile platforms with its headquarters in Minsk, Belarus. The interior was created by Studio11; it’s a reinterpretation of Soviet design and architecture of the 70s and 80s of the 20th century.
If you look at the society in Belarus, you can still find many traces of Soviet era present. This is embedded both in people’s way of thinking and lifestyle as well as the architectural environment: the interior of the subway we take was designed in the 70s and 80s, and the streets are full of modernist buildings of those times. However, the attitude to the significance of this artistic phenomenon is filled with disdain. Such speculations and the interest in the aesthetics of the Soviet and international modernism led us to the idea of creating a space which inherits local modernist tradition and demonstrates its stylistic significance. Photography by Dmitry Tsyrencshikov