The German Trade and Commerce Center in Moscow is one of the eight German economic business centers, along with the counterparts in Beijing, Taicang (China), Shanghai, Singapore, Indonesia and Mexico. Its purpose is to support the development of small and mid-size businesses of German companies in Russia. It is located in a rapidly growing south part of the Moscow downtown, at: Andropova ave., bld. 18, korp. 6.
The building facade has a modern style and is decorated with stained-glass panel windows. The center's high design standard was acknowledged by the Best Office Awards 2012 prize. The IntiLED lighting system installed onsite in the fall of 2014 allowed for a visual highlight of the building's elevated status, distinguishing it from the other business centers of the Nagatino iLand techno-cluster. IntiSTARK RGB spotlights with 10x50° optics of various power were employed for the floodlighting of the facade. The luminaires are installed in the basis of the third floor on outboard supports along the building's perimeter.
The protruding gable facade balconies are emphasized by light lines. Those are formed by 100 cm long IntiTUBE linear contour luminaires.
All equipment is integrated into a unified lighting system, controlled via the DMX-512 protocol. The luminaires may operate in fixed color mode, with any color of the spectrum available, as well as in color shift mode, opening up a wide palette of imagination.
The lighting company Architectural Light handled the complete work package pertaining to planning, equipment supply and installation.
The German Trade and Commerce Center is a class A business center. The center's total area constitutes 23,100 square meters, including a parking space for 210 parking units. The German Center offers three modern conference halls, three meeting rooms and a spacious lobby that can fit up to 350 persons, and is a perfect venue for a wide variety of events.