The design brief given by the
client stated the requirement of a luxurious and modern office space for a reputed real estate firm selling high end villas and apartments. The interiors required to create an ambience to build the company's brand image and also instill confidence in their prospective buyers apart from providing serene atmosphere.
An open office concept was envisaged to greet with an ambience that is neither dull or over the top. Materials that would elevate the spaces and also exude the design aesthetics were used. Furniture is kept minimal throughout the office to stay true to modern contemporary thought.
Spread over approximately 7300 sq ft, this office has a reception-cum-waiting area, marketing division, special client discussion cubicles, board room, MD's cabin, JMD's cabin and director's cabin.
A very modern approach towards the interiors was initiated with a muted color palate to draw attention to spaces. Flooring is designed to seamlessly demarcate areas from one another.
The reception area sets the tone for the office. Dominated in shades of white, the space gets a warm dose with the use of wood in the ceiling and on the wall as panels. Here the lighting is dramatic to create a sense of playfulness, what further defines the reception is the flooring in black and white that brings in contrast and also complements the wood. This area leads to the other spaces within the office that are tucked neatly behind.
Behind the reception is the common work space area. An open office concept increases engagement within people as well as within various departments. Taking the design theme ahead, this space is also designed only in white to bring in slightly vibrancy to the space, grayish blue was used as an accent color.
Ahead of this space are the private cubicles. Each cubicle has translucent glass walls and an LED light strip has been designed on top of each cabin to define it. This adds to a dramatic appearance as well. MDF partitions are used to divide them from each other. For the cubicles too, the color tone has been kept muted. The use of wood is again seen in the cabins of the MD, JMD and the director. Additional seating in from of sofas has been provided in these cabins as well. the flooring too breaks away from the common areas.
The final solution has successfully managed to create an office that justifies the brand's identify and also brings in a sense of serenity apart from comfort