• 50 Glass Door Design Ideas That Exude Simple Elegance

    Glass door design is a reflection of your style that blends functionality and aesthetics within its frame. Using glass for a door can have multiple purposes. However, the main reason is to facilitate a flow through the visual barriers, which opens the portal of natural light while making the home seem more spacious. Thus, let us look into the 50 glass door design, which is an allure of minimalism at your door step.

    Sleek Glass Profile | J Architects

    Commencing from the entrance, we implemented BOSE’s sleek glass profile in an artful pattern, seamlessly integrating with the main door. For the ceiling, we utilized the wood finish from the Pare brand, one of their retail products.

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    Designed by:  J Architects

    Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

    Principal Architect: Jay Thakkar

    Photograph Courtesy: 2613apertures

    Overlooking Beautiful Landscape | Navya Naidu Design & Beavers Desk

    This then opens into a semi open pergola overlooking beautiful landscape and outdoor dining spaces. The indoor area was however not as well lit, and so huge punctures were made in the walls to which fixed glass was added.

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    Designed by:  Navya Naidu Design & Beavers Desk

    Location: Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad

    Principal Architects: Navya Naidu & Ar. Bushra Zeeshan

    Photograph Courtesy: YASH

    Arched Glass Door Design | Ekta Khanna Design Studio

    The moodboard is warm with shades of beige blending with greys and these get framed with charcoal grey framed glass partitions. Light oak adds the woody element and this along with highlight colours like sage green and calm blues, add softness to the darker tones of the partition frames and carpet.

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    Designed by:  Ekta Khanna Design Studio

    Location: Vasant Kunj, New Delhi

    Principal Architect: Ekta Khanna

    Photograph Courtesy: Sushant Sinha

    Checkers Arch Glass Door Design | P&S Associates

    The asymmetrical geometrical entrance and the blue arches in the waiting area create a kind of strong language at the entrance which is intriguing as one enters. The antique trumpet placed on a carved pedestal is symbolic of the ambience and purpose of the building.

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    Designed by:  P&S Associates

    Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

    Principal Architects: Palna Shah & Sachi Shah

    Photograph Courtesy: Inclined studio

    Smooth Sliding Door | S Mevada Architects

    Courtyard it provided at the entrance to get light and hence creating an ambience and to avoid direct sun as it was a west oriented structure .The entrance is covered with cottern steel to inculcate the sense of luxury and simplicity.

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    Designed by:  S Mevada Architects

    Location: Ahmedabad

    Principal Architect: Ar. Jiken Mevada

    Photograph Courtesy: Murtaza Gandhi

    A Cosy Sitout | Studio Vista Architects

    The sitout is a cozy shaded place with tall calathia plants adorning one side and blocking out unpleasant views. The large double door with diagonal grooves and brass-carved handles was custom-designed to provide grandeur to the main entry and axially placed to face the Pooja door.

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    Designed by:  Studio Vista Architects

    Location: Kerala

    Principal Architects: Ar. Varsha & Ar. Shariga

    Photograph Courtesy: Nathan Photography

    Rectangles And Arches | Vastu Vistara

    Round the corner display: A very exclusive center exhibit area with a round the corner glass displays. We bent a glass of 12 mm thickness with security glass on it into a 180-degree bend with an 8″ radius.

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    Designed by:  Vastu Vistara

    Location: Indore (M.P.)

    Principal Architect: Ar. Mayur Jain

    Photograph Courtesy: Ruuhchitra

    Wooden Framed Glass Door | Hightieds

    A wooden framed glass door with graceful floral patterns etched on it welcomes us to a streak white entrance lobby. The victorian style moldings by POP on the wall and the vaulted roof is beautifully highlighted by the quirky yellow chairs and yellow painting of Shreenathji. The golden centerpiece cohesively complements the minimalist walls and the geometrically patterned marble on the flooring.

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    Designed by:  Hightieds

    Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

    Principal Designer: Rimpy Shah

    Photograph Courtesy: Inclined studio

    Sliding Folding Glass Door Design | Simplécede

    The wall between the utility and balcony was broken and replaced with a sliding folding door made of wood and glass along the entire length. This addition not only brought an inviting connection with the outdoors but also flooded the space with natural light, fostering a sense of openness and harmony.

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    Designed by:  Simplécede

    Location: Bangalore

    Principal Architects: Vishal Sureka & Neha Sureka

    Photograph Courtesy: Phosart Studio

    Vibrant Colours and Tinted Glass | BASICS Architects

    The most playful area is the staff hub that looks extremely lively with the incorporation of Jameson and Jacobs creek branding which is reflected in the dedicated walls. Use of tinted glass, vibrant color paints, wood, copper and gold finishes creates a dynamic, fun and lively environment.

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    Designed by:  BASICS Architects

    Location: Dubai

    Principal Architects: Vinod Singhi & Ranju Singhi

    Sleek Glass Door Design | Less is MORE-Architects & Interior Designers

    As the ceiling height was low as it was in the old structure, some suspended  metal ceilings with linear lights were conceptualized to give more volume to the area. Total white Stretch ceiling in the main cabin adds to the minimalism in overall design instead of typical light fixtures.

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    Designed by:  Less is MORE-Architects & Interior Designers

    Location: Ahmedabad

    Principal Architects: Ar.Nirav Shah & Anvi Shah

    Between Indoor And Outdoor | Humanscale Design Studio

    The architecture refrains from imitation, celebrating the authenticity of every material used.

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    Designed by:  Humanscale Design Studio

    Location: Puthenthope, Kerala

    Principal Architect: Ar. Harilal

    Photograph Courtesy: out of focus & Sixteenistonine

    Fluted Glass Door And Partition | Jetsons

    Grey marble floor and textured grey walls, beige quartz on table tops, flutted and clear glass with matte black partition frames.

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    Designed by:  Jetsons

    Location: Powai, Mumbai

    Principal Architect: Jeet Soneji

    Photograph Courtesy: Yadnyesh Joshi

    Unique Mandir Door Design | HV ASSOCIATES

    Since, the clients were very keen on having a unique design for their Mandir that merges well with the overall design of the house, the same theme of the browns, the whites and the bricks was taken in the Pooja area, as well.

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    Designed by:  HV ASSOCIATES

    Location: Vadodara

    Principal Architect: Ar. Vibha Chauhan

    Photograph Courtesy: 26:13 Apertures

    Fluted Glass With Tiny Bells | Ganesh Design Studio

    A pooja mandir made of fluted glass and warmth with wooden door design and bell. A Beautiful wave pendant light between the dining table makes the space an unique masterpiece with chair upholstery with a peach colour fabric is the statement of its shelf.

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    Designed by:  Ganesh Design Studio

    Location: Monarch Residency, Junagadh

    Principal Designer: Bhargav Ladani

    Photograph Courtesy: frame13.13

    Glass Cubicle And Door | Projected Rays Design

    The decision to place all 400 workstations in one zone, with glass cubicles or discussion rooms in the middle, WAS an interesting choice. This layout helps to foster collaboration and communication among employees, as they are all working in close proximity to each other.

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    Designed by:  Projected Rays Design

    Location: Chandigarh

    Principal Architect: Ar. Rohan Jain

    Photograph Courtesy: Vaibhav Passi

    Minimalist Glass Door Design | DADA Partners

    The entrance to the residence appears conventional until, on closer approach, one notices a large, cantilevered timber-clad wall hanging over a reflective pool. The projected wall turns into an inverted L to form a large, shaded portico.

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    Designed by:  DADA Partners

    Location: New Delhi

    Principal Architect: Sumit Arora

    Photograph Courtesy: Lightzone

    Traditional Glass Door Design | Tina Kedia Architects

    Material selection was the most critical task as the chosen natural materials needed to suit the urban context and lifestyle. The key material used in all the spaces majorly is terracotta. 

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    Designed by:  Tina Kedia Architects

    Location: Ulhasnagar, Mumbai, India

    Principal Architect: Ar. Tina Kedia

    Photograph Courtesy: Nipun Prabhakar

    Double Glass Door Design | R.A.I (Rai Architects & Interior designers)

    An extraordinary highlight of the White Office is the ingenious integration of stretch lights into the ceiling. These lights ingeniously emulate the soft glow of natural sunlight filtering through foliage, infusing the workspace with an invigorating and refreshing aura. 

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    Designed by:  R.A.I (Rai Architects & Interior designers)

    Location: Indore

    Principal Architect: Shubham Rai

    Photograph Courtesy: Pranjal Jain

    Slender Glass Panels | Aakar Architects

    The textured glass partitions serve not only as functional separators but also as decorative elements. They allow for a seamless flow of natural light, creating a harmonious and well-lit environment. These partitions define different areas within the office, including a staff area, lounge, main office, and a lounge within the main office.

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    Designed by:  Aakar Architects

    Location: Karnavati Market, Gujarat

    Principal Architects: Ar. Vishal Shah & Amit Shah

    Photograph Courtesy: Heshwa shah

    Interconnected Volumes And Spaces | Charged Voids

    This open plan creates an overlap between several interconnected volumes and outdoor spaces, allowing for easy interaction between separate floors. The design also complies with the highly cohesive lifestyles prevalent in multi-generational Indian families.

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    Designed by:  Charged Voids

    Location: Chandigarh

    Principal Architect: Aman Aggarwal

    Photograph Courtesy: Javier Callejas

    Wood Framed Glass Door | Modo Designs

    The formation has a compact footprint on the ground and hovers on upper levels to have more spaces above and occupy minimal ground area.

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    Designed by: Modo Designs

    Location: Residential Architecture Design

    Principal Architect: Makarba, Ahmedabad

    Photograph Courtesy: Arpan Shah

    Courtyard Enclosed In Glass | Walls n Voids Atelier

    Double Height spaces are used in the design to enhance the spaces in the home. Dining area is given as a double height space, and we have given a glass façade in the eastern side.

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    Designed by:  Walls n Voids Atelier

    Location: Valapad, Thrissur, Kerala

    Principal Architects: Kiran Cherakulam & Amal Sudharman

    Subtle Gold Frame | Saniya Kantawala Design

    The clients also had a Vastu consultant onboard, and some design decisions were altered and reworked based on these suggestions. For instance, an internal wall is broken and replaced with a glass partition to create the study, which can be enclosed for privacy.

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    Designed by:  Saniya Kantawala Design

    Location: Mumbai

    Principal DesignerSaniya Kantawala

    Photograph Courtesy: Aspire Studios

    Merged With Nature | KSD Studio

    This project too, like all the others we’ve designed, honours the client’s brief and meets all their design needs… but not without adapting the studio’s core design philosophy of working with natural materials. Here, we’ve used lime plaster on all the walls throughout the house; while Italian marble was used for the living-dining flooring, and micro concrete was the choice of material for the bathroom floors.

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    Designed by:  KSD Studio

    Location: Aamby Valley, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect: Ar. Kshiti Shah

    Photograph Courtesy:  Yadnyesh Joshi

    Soaking Natural Light Within | Sagi Architects

    The house is envisioned as an inward-looking sanctuary for a family that loves spending time with each other as much as hosting their loved ones. The design strikes a balance between the natural and built spaces.

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    Designed by:  Sagi Architects

    Location: Khopoli, Maharashtra

    Principal Architect: Ar. Akash Dudhe

    Photograph Courtesy: Ruhma Ukaye

    Corner Glass Door | Studio Yamini

    The layout is an open plan encapsulated by large windows serving abundant natural light and panoramic views. A glass wall has been introduced to separate specific functions.

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    Designed by:  Studio Yamini

    Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

    Principal Architects: Ar. Mehul Shah, Ar. Mitul Shah & Ar. Kajal Shah

    Photograph Courtesy: Tejas Shah

    Partition And Door Combined | ma+rs

    The biggest challenge in institutional spaces like this one is the demanding equation of the diverse flows that cohabit within it on a daily basis. To manage within a spatial order the building has been divided into three volumes – public, private & collective.

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    Designed by:  ma+rs

    Location: Bangalore

    Principal Architect: Ar. Anisha Menon & Ar. Sabyasachi Routray

    Photograph Courtesy: studio suryan//dang

    Angular Placement | Archielecto

    The conference and staff area doors seamlessly blend into the reception wall panelling, achieving a clean, doorless aesthetic.

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    Designed by: Archielecto

    Location: Nashik

    Principal Architects: Ar. Dilip V Gujar, Ar. Hitesh D Gujar & Ar. Shruti Kamath Gujar

    Photograph Courtesy: What We Click

    Curved Glass Door Design | Envisage

    The soundproofing for the glass partitions is carefully constructed with airtight joinery; the magnetic lacquered glass used in places doubles up as pin-up boards.

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    Designed by: Envisage

    Location: Gurugram, Haryana

    Principal Architect: Meena Murthy Kakkar

    Photograph Courtesy: studio suryan//dang

    An Earthy Touch | 7th Hue Architecture Studio

    These, along with adaptations of Vernacular Kerala architecture concepts such as sloping roofs, courtyards with lush tropical greens, and water bodies have helped in regulating the internal climate within the building to a great extent.

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    Designed by: 7th Hue Architecture Studio

    Location: Mavelikkara, Kerala

    Principal Architects: Ar. Shyamraj Chandroth & Ar. Liliya Paul

    Photograph Courtesy: The Running Studio

    Connecting Door To Door | Studio Imagine

    Walking forward on right hand side way to the Principal Architect’s Den. Further you can see the sliding door that gives entry in the terrace space.

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    Designed by: Studio Imagine

    Location: O.P. road, Vadodara

    Principal Architect: Ar. Ajal Shah

    Photograph Courtesy: Darshan Dave

    Frosted And Clear | The Golden Ratio 1.618

    For Staff, a open seating concept was designed with a central island with seating on either side with a magnetic back-painted glass separator in middle which is in mustard yellow shade to keep the mood brightened at all times.

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    Designed by: The Golden Ratio 1.618

    Location: Santacruz, Mumbai

    Principal DesignersSaurabh Ramawat & Raksha Jain

    Photograph Courtesy: The Golden Ratio 1.618

    Thick Frame Glass Door |Studio AVT

    The courtyard at the Brahmasthan, has also been extended till the edge of plot in the North East Zone, and the primary walkway of the house goes through this extended courtyard while dividing it into two, the central courtyard & the mandir courtyard. As you walk through the main entrance, you enter a foyer with one wall opening up to a courtyard, which is reaching the front edge while running along the central axis.

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    Designed by: Studio AVT

    Location: Muzaffarnagar, UP, India

    Principal Architects: Ankita Sweety & Pratyoosh Chandan

    Photograph Courtesy: Studio Recall & Sohaib Ilyas

    Curve To Linear | Spaces + Partners Architects

    The free form of the design is introduced to the user, gradually, as they uncover its different levels. It starts from the flooring in the cardio zone, to decrease monotony and add to the palpating rush of the user.

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    Designed by: Spaces + Partners Architects

    Location: Hauz Khas, New Delhi

    Principal Architect: Ar.Manoj Kumar Sharma

    Photograph Courtesy: Bharat Aggarwal

    Adapting Spaces With Doors | Urbane ivy

    Every facet of ‘Aanandham’ has been crafted to enhance the living experience. The design philosophy is steeped in the celebration of interconnectedness and unconfined spaces, mirroring the dynamism of the family’s spirit.

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    Designed by: Urbane ivy

    Location: Karyavattom, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala

    Principal Architects: Anand Raveendran, Vishnu AR, Nikhil AS & Nancy Mary Ann K

    Photograph Courtesy: Out of Focus

    Profile Glass Door Design | Viviana Interio

    The master cabin is fixed with the profile glass door. The cabin uses veneer with brass details furniture. The discussion table consist of rough wood and brass detail with Italian stone top. The backdrop uses roman blinds and metal CNC. The round metal CNC was designed keep in mind the visual view span from the reception to the dining area.

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    Designed by:  Viviana Interio

    Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

    Principal Architect: Priyanka Choksi

    Photograph Courtesy: Viviana Interio & Rohan Patel

    Glass Door And View | Design Forum International

    A generous utility area has been provided alongside the kitchen. The exterior of the house embodies the elegance within by using beige natural stone as the primary material. Terrace gardens on all floors animate the facade of the house.

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    Designed by: Design Forum International

    Location: Greater Kailash-II, New Delhi

    Principal Architect: Mr. Goonmeet Singh Chauhan

    Vertical Full Wall Length | Mind Manifestation

    The central green space, on the north side, is deliberately drawn inside and the spaces of the house are planned around it, generating inside-outside interaction for all major spaces. This shaded central green space, becomes an activity area at the ground level, with upper floors overlooking. The built-in platform in the dining area terminates in this central green space into a planter box with a Topiary Ficus reinforcing a sense of connection between indoors and outdoors.

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    Designed by:  Mind Manifestation

    Location: Pune, India

    Principal Architects: Anand Deshmukh & Chetan Lahoti

    Photograph Courtesy:  Hemant Patil    

    Seamless Glass Door Design | Anagram Studios

    The primary design thought was directed towards making the work-life of people lively and interactive. This was manifested through an open-style spatial configuration, bursts of colours and a play of simple geometry. The first item to be checked off Aditya’s list was contextualizing the space to fit present requirements. Ergo, the designer gutted down Single big master cabin that fragmented the floor plate to liberate the space.

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    Designed by:  Anagram Studios

    Location: Anagram Studios

    Principal Architect: Aditya Indurkar

    Photograph Courtesy: Mr.Ashish Bhonde

    Criss Cross And Fluted Glass | The Melange Studio

    Following the thought, the idea design considered the idea of creating a space which was dynamic in nature. That way, the sunlight could travel till the end of the room and also allowed the user to recreate his personal habitat every now and then, which brings energy and calm to the entire space.

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    Designed by:  The Melange Studio

    Location: Ashok vihar , Delhi

    Principal Architects: Pranvi jain & Dhruv

    Photograph Courtesy: Avesh Gaur

    Louvers And Doors | Robust studio

    The founder’s cabin boasts a breathtaking, three-sided panoramic view of the city. This provides an incredible backdrop to the entire space, allowing natural light to flood in and offering an inspiring atmosphere.

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    Designed by:  Robust studio

    Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

    Principal Architect: Ar. Mrugini Pandya

    Photograph Courtesy: Pixellus Photography

    Pool And Sunset View | The Crossboundaries

    The rustic design essence of the master bedroom and guest bedroom both lies in simplicity and optimizing outdoor views. Carefully selected wicker and cane furniture complement the farm-house vibe, while also being lightweight for easy changes.

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    Designed by:  The Crossboundaries

    Location: Gajana, Gujarat

    Principal Architect:  Harsh Boghani

    Photograph Courtesy: Tejas Shah

    Door At The End Of The Passage | Azure Interiors

    The long, elongated passage with striking chevron black and white flooring and a wooden ceiling sets the stage for a dramatic entrance

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    Designed by: Azure Interiors

    Location: Raipur

    Principal DesignersRuchi Gehani & Rashi Bothra

    Photograph Courtesy: Yash R. Jain

    Saree Door | Vibrant Spaces

    The client had a lot of memories of their grandmother and mother, so we created the “Saree door” which incorporated miss Sudharma’s grandmother and mother’s sarees. The sarees were sandwiched between the glass and wood panels which became the perfect studio door.

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    Designed by: Vibrant Spaces

    Location: Kotturpuram, Chennai

    Principal Architect: Vibrant Spaces

    Photograph Courtesy: Vibrant Spaces

    A Panoramic Origami | Atelier ARBO

    The longer length of this Common Play area has a continuous array of windows which provides a panoramic outdoor view that brings in the much-needed natural light and ventilation.

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    Designed by: Atelier ARBO

    Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

    Principal Architect: RinkaD’Monte

    Photograph Courtesy: Fabien Charuau

    Timeless And Classic | FUSIONstudio

    The brief was to achieve a timeless and classic, well planned and organized, modern and inspiring work environment, in which all team members, operations, research and management, will thrive and enhance the company’s output.

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    Designed by:  FUSIONstudio

    Location: Dadar West, Mumbai

    Principal Architects: Ar. Tiran Driver & Ar. Nicola Gerber

    Photograph Courtesy: Bajirao Pawar

    Balcony Glass Door | Studio A+D

    The linear profile lights installed with them create a beautiful cozy ambience during dark. Smart home technology has been incorporated to provide convenience and control over lighting, temperature, and multimedia systems.

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    Designed by:  Studio A+D

    Location: L.B.Nagar, Hyderabad

    Principal Architect: Ar. Dinakar & Ar. Azhar

    Photograph Courtesy: Ravivarma Photography

    Quirky Patterns | Kaleidus WorkPlace Solutions

    We’ve strategically placed a well-equipped pantry alongside common area workstations for up to 24 individuals. This layout encourages spontaneous interactions and fosters a sense of community, essential for a vibrant workplace culture.

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    Designed by: Kaleidus WorkPlace Solutions

    Location: Ahmedabad

    Principal Designer Birva Shah

    Upside Down | Living Earth Architecture Studio

    Soft, muted tones are employed to create a serene and calming environment. The color palette complements the curves and allows the beauty treatments to take center stage.

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    Designed by:  Living Earth Architecture Studio

    Location: Kanhangad, Kerala

    Principal Architect: Ar. Shinu KP

    Photograph Courtesy: Sarath Karicheri

    Visually Open Space | Metropolitan Design Studio

    The idea was to keep the entire space visually open and large see-through glass and full-height doors. In addition, the entire walls and ceilings are kept white to make it look more extensive.

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    Designed by:  Metropolitan Design Studio

    Location: Gurugram, Haryana

    Principal Architect: Sandeep Gupta

    Photograph Courtesy: Sagar Chhabra

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