The design brief for this project focused on playing with the definition of typical office interiors. Being able to experiment with shape, materials and texture here, the interior and furniture design language was made to blend with the structure of the space, making it look like it merges and flows together effortlessly. To define spaces first, curvilinear wood and glass partitions were designed which allowed maximum daylight inside the entire area. The flooring was also designed with curved lines running throughout the space which would be finished in the smae cast in situ terrazo as for the rest of the structure.
To continue with the concept, the colour and material palette is minimal and muted to visually make it appear as one whole body of space. A play of pop of colours is introduced along with customised furniture, décor objects and lighting. To continue with the concept, the colour and material palette is minimal and muted to visually make it appear as one whole body of space. A play of pop of colours is introduced along with customised furniture, décor objects and lighting. Starting with the conference area being the biggest room out of all, a statement lighting piece is designed with minimal furniture and curved wall paneling to add colour in an understated space.
The addition of a Meeting Pod by the client gave us the liberty to design a lighting installation in the centre which also had a curved form to it, with addition of moss in the lighting. This installation transformed the space into an informal luxurious meeting section for the users. The seating is designed to be in continuation with the conference room partition, where the wooden partition flows to form the meeting pod area. There are some areas which have also been designed to allow green spaces in the entire office.
The office also includes two MD cabin spaces divided equally at the end where they share a glass partition and access to daylight. The furniture, storage, lighting and artwork for cabins is also designed to replicate the concept of free flowing visual connect and a similar material and texture palette.
Our design process seeks to bridge the gap between material properties, contextual parameters, and digital techniques.
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