This instrument for recital and tuition forms a sculpture in the central atrium of a Moscow office building, animating the space with light and music. The organ which has 15 stops on divisions of Pedal, Great and Swell is placed so that the console faces a public room at entrance level and is overlooked by galleries. Transparent panels in the case provide a view inside. Glass and stainless steel are combined with black lacquered and polished wood to create multiple planes of reflected light and areas of deepest shadow.
Nominated for a Scottish Design Award 2010: Interior Design category
Nab. Tarasa Shevchenko
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