A green back courtyard and six individual buildings,
each one respectively designed with individual character,
form something much larger – Embassy.
Streamlined designs bring clarity and balance,
soft colors and materials create a sense of well-being and warmth.

“I dreamed of a beautiful, classic townhouse, in which you can go through an elegant hall and a beautiful front door into a generously proportioned and well-lit apartment where you always feel right at home.”

Sergei Tchoban, Architect of Embassy

Sergei Tchoban (born in 1962 in St. Petersburg) is an international Russian-German architect. He is a managing partner of TCHOBAN VOSS ARCHITEKTEN in Berlin and managing director of the Moscow architectural firm SPEECH. He has designed numerous internationally recognized buildings and architectural ensembles across Germany and Russia, including the Federation Complex in Moscow and the Museum of Architectural Drawing in Berlin. Tchoban has twice curated the Russian Pavilion at the Architecture Biennale in Venice and was the architect of the Russian Pavilion at the 2015 EXPO in Milan.

“It was important to us to work with and develop what was already here. Embassy does not look like something that has been made, it looks like something that has been born. Reflecting this diversity in the interior and incorporating and emphasizing the great view was a key prerequisite for the designs.”

Nadia Kayat, Interior Designer of Embassy

Nadia Kayat’s projects integrate all phases, from architecture through interior design to urban surroundings – precision and attention to the smallest detail is at the forefront of every stage.

Throughout her career as an architect, she has gained considerable expertise in the planning and execution of major projects such as railway stations and stadiums, as well as numerous hotels and luxury residential projects. With Embassy, she has made sure that there are particular interior highlights.