The interior of public areas of Smolensky Residential Complex is designed to extend the building’s architectural idea and to accentuate the residents’ high social standing. Floral ornament is the key design pattern of these areas, first appearing at the complex front façade and then smoothly entering the interior design. While the exterior design employs floral pattern to decorate stone surfaces, the building interior uses frosted glass panels to hide LED lighting. Such panels are used to face supporting pillars thus making the massive structures look lighter. In the reception area they are also fixed to the walls to frame the counter with a front portal. Rectangular ceiling lamps form complex geometric combinations and visually increase the ceiling height helping make the space lighter still.