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A visit to Pratyoosh Chandan and Ankita Sweety's Studio an-v-thot Architects at Shivalik in Delhi will instantly reveal their design ideology to you. For this duo, interior design is all about inno¡vation. They feel it is not just about 'creating different designs, but about creating them differently'.
Delhi based Studio Creo creates an organised workspace with clean lines for Bharatiya City´s corporate office at Gurgaon.Bharatiya City, an organisation that deals in textiles and real estate, has its corporate office in a four storey building in Gurgaon, a business hub on the outskirts of Delhi.
From exposed bricks to concrete designs, the conscious effort to combine unfinished elements to recreate a 'raw' space is certainly new on the block. In line with this trend is Tejas Mistry, who has designed the office of Kailash Seema Steel (KSS Steel) in Surat.
Crisp and Corporate
Designer Priyanka Sethi Puri intertwines luxury with the linear form of design in the office of Sonia Infrastructure Promoters and Developers in Gurgaon.
This office by Pomegranate Designs in Baroda projects the client´s contemporary image even as it ensures employee comfort.
Advancements in technology, changing tastes and soaring property prices have led to new trends in workplace design that focus on creating an elegant, productive environment with maximum flexibility and space utilisation. In keeping with this trend, Pomegranate Designs, Baroda has created in the uptown commercial area of Baroda, a modern, compact and efficient office for S
The design angle
The ANJ Group´s office in Mumbai speaks of the company´s success and its soaring aspirations.
Breaking away from the regular humdrum city offices is the corporate office of a contracting firm ANJ Group in Mumbai. Inspired from the elements of a growing tree, the concept of the office symbolises boundless growth which perfectly matches the growth chart of the organisation. The office adopts neutral colours such as brown, grey and beige and what gives it oomph is Sapna Khakaria Gohil´s, Princip
Gaurav Kharkar infuses life into this office with a vibrant choice of materials.
When Architect Gaurav Kharkar took up this project, a simple brief was given to him: the office had to look elegant and appeal to the international clients who frequently visited the office. A vibrant and classy look being the desired outcome, Kharkar decided to go with bright colours and plush materials.
Breaking away from the glass, steel and MDF offices of modern times is the corporate office of India's first art hotel, Le Sutra. In keeping with the theme of the hotel, its office, designed by Dr. Art + Design, is also steeped in creativity that is expressed through humourous, philosophical, and skillfully executed wall art. The result is a stimulating, colourful office that is unlike any other.