The bureau SPEECH was founded in 2006 as a result of long term collaboration of directed by Sergei Tchoban Berlin office nps tchoban voss and his Moscow office “Tchoban and partners” with the bureau “S.P.Project”, headed by Sergey Kuznetsov. SPEECH is one of the leading architectural bureaus in Russia. It specializes in designing of buildings and complexes of different functional purposes, in development of urban planning concepts and in creating interior decisions as well. Success in realization of projects, working up by the bureau, is contributed by great experience of work of Sergei Tchoban and Sergey Kuznetsov in Germany and Russia that allows adapting working knowledge of modern western materials and building technologies to the specific of project realization in Russian conditions. An important part depends on rational organization of designing process, on employees’ expertise and technological level of the office.
Visualizations of the last full-scale skyscrapers in Moscow’s new International Business Center (“Moscow City”) have been revealed. Designed by an international team made up of HOK (USA), FXFOWLE (USA) and SPEECH (Russia), the two “Neva Towers” will provide additional residential and office space to the skyscraper district, which includes many of Europe’s tallest structures, including Europe’s tallest building, Federation Tower (sometimes called Vostok Tower); and one of the world’s tallest twisting buildings, Evolution Tower.
Designed by SPEECH Architectural Office, their winning proposal for the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow supports the philosophy established by the museum: preserving the national heritage and engaging in relevant dialogue with the society. This dynamic dialogue is expressed in the architectural concept of the building’s façade, decorated by white picture frames of various sizes placed according to the pattern of the original hanging of the pictures in the City Art Gallery of P. M. Tretyakov and S. M. Tretyakov, forming the image of a wall with pictures. These are living pictures created by the visitors to the museum. More images and architects' description after the break.