As far as Small Office Interior Design is concerned, lack of space becomes a major challenge in the design process. Due to a lack of available land and high prices, it becomes difficult for startups to find their ideal workspace. As a result, they tend to buy apartments and convert them into office space. Comfort, proper natural light, and advanced technology are inevitable aspects of any office design. Apart from the ones mentioned, the choice of office furniture and colours is also vital for a Small Office Interior Design. Architects and interior designers are experimenting with new designs while making sure that the space is clutter-free. Let us look at a few Small Office Interior Design examples that can elevate the work culture.
Elegant Play of Patterns | Noir Studio
This beautiful workspace, designed in a modern theme accounts as employee centric space instead of being a client centric space. The Studio Noir, is designer’s own office which reflects her personality of boldness and simplicity with a touch of elegance. The designer believes in minute details that makes the design; therefore, she has broken all the stereotype of the functional spaces of the workspace while designing this studio.
Designed by: Noir Studio
Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Kadia Kajal
Photograph Courtesy : Prachi Khasgiwala
The Rattan Touch | The AD Effect
‘Earthy Affair’ our recently completed office project in Gandhidham, is hinged around a natural and woody design narrative. We decided on a blend of cane and pine wood to arrive at a connection between rawness of material along with geometric lines and patterns.
Designed by: The AD Effect
Principal Architect : AMBER CHAAUHAN & DRIISSHTI ADVANI
Photograph Courtesy : I.D. Rohan Patel
Illusion of Translucence | UA Lab (Urban Architectural Collaborative)
The office space to be designed as a typical rectangular box sandwiched between two shared walls. It was a tight linear space measured about 27 sq m with a single source of light at the end towards the east side. The idea is to create an ambience through delusions to perceive the space to be much larger than its actual size. Delusions created through the effect of reflections and refractions of light within the space. This effect created a dynamic space.
Designed by: UA Lab (Urban Architectural Collaborative)
Location: Ahmedabad, India
Principal Architect : Krishnakant Parmar, Bageshri Thakar
Photograph Courtesy : Inclined Studio (Maulik Patel)
Back To The 90s | Studio Onebyzero
A need for an office began when we started taking up projects on our own in early 2021, due to the erratic lockdowns and restrictions, we continued to work in our 8’ by 8’ study space at home. In the mid of April 2022 we decided to renovate a 28 year old 2bhk home of 600 sq ft space which is located in a rather calm street amidst the busy Shenoy Nagar area. The Architecture That Transports Us To The Early 1990’s India is resonated through elements like the window grill and the teak wood windows which we decided to retain.
Designed by: Studio Onebyzero
Location: shenoy nagar , chennai
Principal Architect : Deepak sundaram and kavya rajendra
Photograph Courtesy : Yash r jain
Neutral Soft Curves | D.A. Design Studio
Step into the world of Dhara Ajmera, where design transcends boundaries and captivates the soul. Dhara, an accomplished interior designer, has crafted an enchanting haven that seamlessly combines bohemian allure with serene tranquility. Welcome to “Enchanting Serenity,” Dhara Ajmera’s masterpiece—an office space that transcends the ordinary .As you cross the threshold, prepare to be spellbound by the ethereal beauty that awaits.
Designed by: D.A. Design Studio
Principal Architect : Dhara Ajmera
Photograph Courtesy : Bhargav Thobhani
Earthy, Informal and Modern | Méranti
An office area of 350 sq.ft, layered with design nuances to create a narrative of informal space and multiple textures. In a world obsessed with modernism, the client approached us to create something earthy. An office space that broke the norm of modernism and embraced a natural aesthetics.
Designed by: Méranti
Principal Architect : Riddhi Shah
Photograph Courtesy : Méranti
Metal Art and Potted Plants | P’s design therapy
Introducing the Patel Associates – Electrical services and consultancy office in Vadodara, brought to you by P’s Design Therapy. Planned in 300 Sq.ft, we embraced a monochrome minimalist approach that prioritizes functionality for this compact office space. Every inch was meticulously utilized creating an efficient working environment. Standout elements grace the office, such as the eye-catching grey cement concrete wall beautifully accentuated with custom black metal elements. This striking feature adds depth and character, becoming a focal point of the space.
Designed by: P’s design therapy
Location: Gotri, Vadodara
Principal Designer : Prayoshi Patel
Photograph Courtesy : People with Lens
Series of Wall Art Pieces | Space Theory
The client’s only requirement was to have a contemporary and rustic workplace look that should be eye catchy & should not look boring.The open ceiling concept shows the highness of the space with hanging lights and colorful chairs.The center element of the office is the mainstream of the whole site, with no separate area for directors and their subordinates, all can enjoy working on the same table which is having an environmental feel with artificial plants in the middle with hanging lights on the top.
Designed by: Space Theory
Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Swarali Shinkhedkar & Taha Lotia
Photograph Courtesy : Inclined Studio
Streaks of Yellow | Kstudio Designs
A sublime workspace that compels one to think creatively and that communicates its motives, agendas, and ethics in the right way instills the most perfect vibe. It ought to be lively and thought-provoking to enhance one’s mood. One such workspace for an advertising agency is designed by Kstudio Designs, Ahmedabad. The design and the concept are derived from the firm’s logo. In fact, the colors from the logo makes up and conquer the color palette where boisterous hues and utilitarian traits amp up this modern-day workspace.
Designed by: Kstudio Designs
Location: Swati Clover, Shilaj Circle, Ahemdabad
Principal Architect : Karishma Sutaria
Photograph Courtesy : Inclined Studio
Industrial and Earthy | Design Studio Associates
‘Sara Bhai Environment Consultant’ is one of the leading environmental consulting companies based in Vadodara. Its corporate office is situated in Sara Bhai campus in Vadodara, within the area of 850 Sq.ft. The office is equipped with all the amenities and facilities to provide a more comfortable and work friendly environment for its staff. The head Architect, Ar. Ruchir Sheth accompanied by his team, Krupal Sheth, have put in a lot of efforts to design this beautiful office to give a more elegant but eco-friendly look to match it with their nature of work.
Designed by: Design Studio Associates
Principal Architect : Ar. Ruchir Sheth
Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah
Clean Lines and Tones | The Concept Lab
We have loved designing the commercial space – “THE OFFICE NEXT DOOR” with the carpet area of 475 sq. Ft located in Surat, Gujarat. The primary focus of the entire design was to keep on the elegance and the simplicity of the area. We tried to successfully work upon the element and take the best use of incorporating the natural light and efficiently bringing out that on the space, hence the materials, the colors, the lights, and all other interior aspects that brought out space as it’s turned out. Well, surely better than what we had planned and expected.
Designed by: The Concept Lab
Location: Vesu, Surat, India
Principal Designer: Nirja Choksi
Photograph Courtesy : Noaidwin Sttudio
Classic Pastel Wainscoting | Swastik Interiors
For this 775 sq.ft overseas workspace, we designed a classic contemporary office space with a touch of pastel color palette. We created natural lighting with addition of green plants for soothing environment in the office.The entrance of the office is created with veneer and pu finish panelling. The marble name plate and plants are beautifying the space making a welcoming entrance.
Designed by: Swastik Interiors
Location: Gandhidham, Kutch, Gujrat
Principal Designer : Hasmukh Vaghela
Photograph Courtesy : Studio Rohan Patel
Shades of Blue | HV Associates
It is one of Ar. Vibhas’ works that dwell on endearment and delight. Designed for cool working experience for Mr. Hiren Chauhan, the proprietor, and his association. There can be many projects in a designer’s life in which they can full fill all their design desires and get satisfied with their outcome. But it is too rare for a designer to come across a project which is so self-involved and designed purely out of affection. This project is a proper example of such a case.
Designed by: HV Associates
Location: Vadodara, Gujarat
Principal designer: Ar. Vibha Chauhan
Photograph Courtesy : Darshan Dave
Subtle and Minimalistic | Méranti
Meranti design philosophy was to create a soothing minimalism space for the client, hence we incorporated calmer tones to make the space look brighter and larger in scale. The colours and details of the space are intricately focused to bring tranquillity and subtility, a contemporary office with an overlay of classic accents.
Location: Bhavnagar, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Riddhi Shah
Photograph Courtesy : Bhasha Singh
Outlined by Frames | Tatvam Concepts
Our office space is in a heritage building that was built by the British. The 13’ high ceiling as well as the large windows were what was very essential for us to retain and convert the space into an unmatched and rare working space. Naturally our priority was to use the extra height and natural light to our advantage.
Designed by: Tatvam Concepts
Location: Kolkata, Park Street
Principal Architect : Sakshi Arora Poddar
Warm Cosy Cabin | ADD Lab
This contemporary office space envisioned and designed by ADD Lab is a 600 sq ft. workplace located in the bustling city of Navi Mumbai amidst an industrial estate. This office is a perfect example of eloquence and charm! With the shift in the paradigm during the pandemic, the client brief was to re-create the simple pleasures of working from his own living room. The idea was to mimic elements and materiality traditionally used in residential interior spaces and translate it into a warm and cosy office cabin.
Designed by: ADD Lab
Location: Turbhe, Navi Mumbai
Principal Architect : Ar. Akshay Darekar
Photograph Courtesy : Wabi Sabi Studio
Wood Beam Ceiling | Ketaki Poonawala designs
When we were approached to design, renovate and completely revamp the office for a Construction Company, the greatest challenge was the break the stereotype, create a clean and open space with ample light and ventilation considering the crazy network of columns and beams, this being located in a residential complex.
Designed by: Ketaki Poonawala designs
Location: Pune Maharashtra
Principal Architect : Ketaki Poonawala Designs
Photograph Courtesy : Taher Husaink
A Fun Place To Work | M.A.D.E by Urvashi Sathaye
This 780 sqft office space was demolished entirely to renovate and create a brand-new space for a younger clientele. The brief involved making sure that the office had to be very unique and be a fun environment to work in. And it had to be blue. Not entirely but there had to be a definite use of blue in the space. Keeping this brief in mind, the entire office is built with custom designed partitions and furniture. Even some of the light fittings were customised and custom ordered for the space. So, the entire office space is divided into the following zones.
Designed by: M.A.D.E by Urvashi Sathaye
Location: Andheri, Mumbai
Principal Architect : Urvashi Sathaye
Photograph Courtesy : Yadnyesh Joshi
Plants on Soft Green | Kstudio designs
Sprawled across 1200 square feet, stepping into the newly designed workspace by ‘Kstudio Designs’ will surely leave anyone dazzled. Complemented with thoughtfully curated furnishings, exceptional craftsmanship, metallic artwork, ample greenery, hushed hues with meticulously chosen lounges, unique seating spaces, and a refreshing workstation, ‘Sun Orbit’ embodies the personalities of the power couple hailing from two different professions.
Designed by: Kstudio designs
Principal Architect : KARISHMA SUTARIA
Transparent Office Cabin | Squelette Design
The project was assigned to design a small scale corporate office of a plastic packaging industry about 800 Sq Feet opening to approx 300 Sq Feet north facing open terrace. So the brief of the client was clear to have 9 employee space along with a Manager Cabin, Reception, Waiting Area, Conference Room, and M.D.Cabin.
Designed by: Squelette Design
Principal Architect : Prashant Trivedi and Saumil Patel
Photograph Courtesy : Photographix
Merging Interiors and Exteriors | Vrushaket Pawar+Architects
Considering the time, we spend in offices at VPA we believe offices are the second home to us! But normally they are unexciting, typical because of time and budget constraints with a conventional idea of office interior design. This project was no different! Client had a barrage of standard requirements and two very small identical offices spaces adjacent to each other and Limited budget. Expectations were a bit overwhelming, as to accommodate 5-7 staff, 3 officers and the Boss cabin. It was natural for architects to keep core circulation space to minimum and give maximum space to spatial use.
Designed by: Vrushaket Pawar+Architects
Location: Aurangabad, Maharashtra
Principal Architect : Vrushaket Pawar
Photograph Courtesy : PHX India
Dim Cosy Office | Silhouette Architects and Designers
The redesign of this small office design interior responds to the appearance of a Peepal tree that was non existent when we had moved into this space 14 years ago. The beautiful tree has grown up in all these years side by side along with our practice. It has also brought along constant chirping of birds & play of sun and shadows.
Designed by: Silhouette Architects and Designers
Principal Designer: Shebanti Chakraborty
Photograph Courtesy : Atul Kanetkar
Hanging Table Supports | Anagram Studios
The concerns for Small workspaces are typical, mostly revolving around how much money is being spent on creating it, how soon it can be used and how efficiently it can be improvised as a user-friendly system. The office for Aatreyaa International was no different. When 3 brothers decided to fly head-steadily, as it were, they needed things to be actioned quickly — and economically. In interior designer AdityaIndurkar of Anagram Studios, they found a kindred spirit — in that, being a young designer Himself, he was perfectly aware of how much anxiety such issues could cause. Turning the 100-square-Meter premises rented in geometry downtown Nagpur.
Designed by: Anagram Studios
Location: Nagpur, Maharashtra
Principal Architect : Aditya Indurkar
Photograph Courtesy : Mr. Ashish Bhonde
Fabric Textured Interiors | The Brick Tales
We were commissioned to design an office space for a textile merchant in Surat. The basic requirement included various functional zones such as accounts cabin, sales cabin, cashier cabin, directors’ cabins, and other supporting services like pantry, washrooms, etc. Here the challenge was to design such that these spaces could function independently but at the same time to make sure the overall space does not look closed and compact or compartmentalized. The entire office had to be coherent and follow a similar theme while allowing each zone to function with the desired privacy.
Designed by: The Brick Tales
Location: New T.T. Market, Surat
Principal Architect : Rini Singhvi
Photograph Courtesy : Pratikruti
Waves of Wood | AR praxis architects
A workspace that is minimalist but impactful. Where finishes pause and flow. Wooden elements layer over neutral backgrounds. A 1000 Sq.Ft. office that started out as two separate shells which were broken open into one. The central core is the reception, where the office interacts with visitors – the face of the space. Enveloped by glass partitions that act as a backdrop for the company’s branding endeavors.
Designed by: AR praxis architects
Principal Architect : Ar. Anuradha Ramachandani
Photograph Courtesy : Murtaza Gandhi
Green and Sustainable | Design Khidkee
This office space reflects the organization’s bottom-up approach toward creating sustainable raw materials (cotton). The patron’s innovative ideas are rooted in traditional practices which is translated into space through the minimalistic material pallet. An innovative work space with a warm pop of yellow.
Designed by: Design Khidkee
Principal Architect : Avisha Shah & Tanvi Jain, Arham Jain & Suhas Chaudhari
Photograph Courtesy : Pranay Salecha Photography
Outlandish and Quirky | Humming Tree
The client was after a minimal, outlandish look, so ‘we took inspirations from commercial and art gallery spaces, as opposed to typical office interiors’, says Afnan & Arun founders of Humming Tree. Limotex is a Construction / Builders company with 40 years of experience in the industry. As we were approached for our quirky taste in design, this workspace has to be distinguished from other builder’s office which is typically designed keeping exposed materials in mind.
Designed by: Humming Tree
Location: Kerala, India
Photograph Courtesy : Justin Sebastian
Strokes of Colours | UA Lab (Urban Architectural Collaborative)
The design traverses through the dimension of creating Transparency and Opaqueness. The spaces reveals and un-reveals themselves through intricately designed space dividers. Mild Steel, Glass and Wood are the primary materials used in the design. Combinations of these materials are detailed to create Space dividers, Furniture, Lighting fixtures, Ceiling details and Wall Murals.Mild Steel works as the main structural frame to combine Glass and Wood.
Designed by: UA Lab (Urban Architectural Collaborative)
Photograph Courtesy : Ishita Sitwala
Luxurious and Peppy | SSK Associates
We have used some pastel colours in the office in the furniture and reception area. which gives the office a very luxurious, peppy and fresh look while maintaining its simplicity. At quite a few places in the office we have experimented with different materials. The clients were very particular on using minimal wood. So, the back wall in 2 cabins have been tiled completely.
Designed by: SSK Associates
Principal Architect : Shilpa Agarwal & Komal Jain
Photograph Courtesy : Photographix |
Transparency and Opacity | CONCEPTION DESIGN STUDIO
What can elucidate a designer more precisely than his workplace? A 700 sq.ft. area transformed as a design studio is a blend of multi-functional utilization of office space design with aesthetics. The site sets in mundane neighborhoods consisting of typical commercial and residential units. This whole establishment contradicts the needs of a design studio therefore we as the creators intended at designing a space that makes one look inward and develop a connection with the creative instinct. The built fabric consists of an entrance lobby, waiting area, multipurpose space, workstations, meeting space, pantry, and a toilet.
Designed by: CONCEPTION DESIGN STUDIO
Principal Architect : Ar. Pritesh Mutha
Photograph Courtesy : Yash Katariya
Functional and Luxurious Charm | Envisage
Located in the prestigious real estate sector of Gurgaon, behold unveiling the Mini Office: a fusion of functionality and luxurious charm. It is an an exquisite 800 sq.ft luxury satellite workspace meticulously curated to embody the core principles of a renowned pharma company. With an unwavering commitment to well-defined and meticulously maintained production standards, this workspace stands as a masterpiece of innovation and design.
Designed by: Envisage
Principal Architect : Ar. Vishal Kakkar & Ar. Meena Murthy Kakkar
Photograph Courtesy : Perspectivesbyv
Anglo-Indian Styled Office | Projects3.14
The Office is designed for a young Law practitioner in his late 20’s. Having travelled the world, the client’s brief was to develop a space which reflects the practice’s classical identity along with his modern lifestyle. The space designed is a fusion of techniques used for Anglo Indian Style of Furniture along with Modern-day techniques of woodworking.
Designed by: Projects3.14
Principal Architect : Noopur Shah | Chinmay Patel
Photograph Courtesy : Ishita Sitawala
Inclusive Curved Partition | Envisage
Iris is a 1000 sq.ft office, one among many on the 15th floor of Emaar Digital Greens, a highrise building in Gurgaon. Envisage was entrusted with the task to create an optimally functioning workspace with unique curves that add a contemporary vocabulary to the office design. The client and the firm, which deals with IT solutions, had broad requirem
Location: Gurugram, Haryana
Principal Architect : Meena Murthy Kakkar
Photograph Courtesy : studio suryan//dang
Timeless Fluted Texture | Ajitbendre Design Studio
The brief given by clients was that they wanted a Timeless and Contemporary Space With Minimalist Architecture and well-lit at glance. This gave us the inception and an idea of creating well transparent spaces yet with some privacy, using Classical material colors and pallets.
Designed by: Ajitbendre Design Studio
Location: Sangamner, Maharashtra
Principal Architect : Ar. Ajit Bendre
Photograph Courtesy : Hemant Patil
Earthy and Simplistic | Studio Blank Canvas
A column less blank space on the 11th floor of a commercial building in the heart of Ahmedabad was presented to us to design an office for an environmental consultant. The client had envisaged a minimal functional space, which was exactly what we planned to deliver.
Designed by: Studio Blank Canvas
Principal Architect : Khyati Kishor and Jaydeep Rathod
Photograph Courtesy : Architecture Visuals Dhrupad
Vintage Nosh Vibes | P&S Associates
This 1400 sq.ft office design set amidst a group of restaurants namely vintage vibes, nosh, and drift, had to represent the business that it addresses. To make it a little dramatic as it represents a hospitality and entertainment building we experimented with the forms and color palette.
Designed by: P&S Associates
Principal Architect : Palna Shah & Sachi Shah
Photograph Courtesy : Inclined studio
A Space For Interaction | Studio Mohenjodaro
Providing market research and consultation in bio-pharmaceutical industry, Root Analysis is located in the heart of the business centre of Mohali. The client brief demanded an informal office space that would encourage interaction and discussions in a comfortable atmosphere. The design had to be youthful so as to cater to the average age of the company employees, which is mid-twenties
Designed by: Studio Mohenjodaro
Location: Mohali, India
Photograph Courtesy : Purnesh Dev
Multi-functional Office Space | The Design Chapel
Having a design practice based out of a metropolis like Mumbai, means designing for extremely small and tight spaces. Where every sq ft of area comes at a high price, the onus falls on the designer to make sure each inch is used well. We decided early on as a studio not to allow smaller spaces bear the brunt of bad designing. With this 300 sq ft office space, we developed a design which optimized the limited floor space while still maintaining openness.
Designed by: The Design Chapel
Location: Mumbai, India
Principal Designer : Preshita Shah Gupta
Photograph Courtesy : Bizou Photos.
Pop of Life | Studio Atiniv
Here at Studio Atiniv, we believe in curating breathable spaces that pop with life, have minimal furniture and maximum visual connectivity, and by happy chance, that’s exactly what people at Bhavana Interiors were looking for, something bright and colourful yet airy.
Designed by: Studio Atiniv
Location: Jakkur, Bangalore
Principal Architect : Vinita Kumari
Photograph Courtesy : Catchlight Bangalore (Nandan Ramaswamy)
Parametric Office Interiors | Pratinav Chadha Architects
Inception of our young Architectural Firm begins from here. The design of our own office Pratinav Chadha Architects, our imaginative abode in New Delhi, India. Concept being with use of computational and parametric design methodologies creates this creative office space. The outsides and insides create a sense of welcoming sanctuary which enables a visual delight to anyone, be it our clients or team members. A wave which follows from outside to inside. Each element has been nurtured to enhance our creative space and aptly follows the quote that ‘A building is alive, like a man’ from The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand.
Designed by: Pratinav Chadha Architects
Location: New Delhi, India
Principal Architect : Ar. Pratinav Chadha
Photograph Courtesy : Mohit Chadha
Ropes and Steel | Sharan Architecture + Design
A good office interior design will make you feel more comfortable with your daily job. Today an office interior design is important too as same as home interior. When people don’t like their workspace! We as a designing firm had the challenge to create our own office space in such a way that every client and visitor should be amazing, fascinate by seeing the designing scope of the space, as it’s a very compact area.
Designed by: Sharan Architecture + Design
Location: Surat, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Vipul & Kruti Sukhadia
Photograph Courtesy : Nimisha Dakoria
Elements of Black | The Design Chapel
Vrnda Pharma is a pharmaceutical company that deals with clients and vendors all over the world. When the clients approached our studio, to design their newly bought office space, their brief was simple. They wanted a cool and quirky new space, which does not take itself too seriously. Their staff includes young people in the age bracket of 22 to 35 and they did not want the office to have a formal, more serious ambience. With this brief, they gave us a free hand to design the space albeit within a tight budget. The idea behind the office here was to create a variety of spaces that will enable people to work in a way they want to work.
Location: Vikhroli, Mumbai
Principal Architect : Preshita Shah Gupta
Photograph Courtesy : ©Yadnyesh Joshi
Zestful Motivating Vibes | Ankil Desai Architects
Here is an IT office by the young, for the Youngs! This eloquent workspace is a configuration by the firm, Ankil Desai Architects based in Ahmedabad. The owners wanted a space with its vibrancy and receptivity emitting zestful and motivating vibes into its Mein. A space with its liveliness to boost the motif and energy for spending long working hours tirelessly. Hence, the choice of bright and vivid colors weaving in the culture of dedication in this spacious expanse.
Designed by: Ankil Desai Architects
Principal designer – Ar.Ankil Desai
Pleasant and Neutral | Amazing interiors
The design firm, Amazing Interiors, Surat shifts to their new office space which is undoubtedly minimal, subtle, and truly successful in mounting a harmonious aura. It is designed to emit a pleasant atmosphere with its neutral and earthy colors and tranquilizing materials. The design had to have timeless features for future generations to take over space. It also revolves around the concept of emphasizing the best features the site had to offer- plenty of natural light breaking in through the large window and the incredible view.
Designed by: Amazing interiors
Principal Architect : Vicky. J. Doctor
Photograph Courtesy : Bhavesh raghavani ( Yellow Frames )
Sharp Lines and Forms | Insquare Designs
The client’s brief was to have a modern space with rustic touch-ups… It took up about 3 months to conceptualize and complete the project with minor civil alterations and we managed to get perspective, that we wanted. The entire space revolves around wood, exposed textures, brick tiles, and glass.
Designed by: Insquare Designs
Location: The first, Ahmedabad
Principal Architect : Ar.Aman Soni & Janki Soni
Photograph Courtesy : Abhishek shah
Checks and Dots | Dhruti Hamlai
A vibrant new office for Ashar & CO. a financial firm located in Mumbai, India. The brief was to design an open, dynamic, and stimulating work environment while responding to functional needs, as opposed to the firm’s original office which was compartmentalized with minimal opportunities for collaboration.
Designed by: Dhruti Hamlai
Principal Designer : Dhruti Hamlai
Photograph Courtesy : Darshan Savla
Wood and Ash Look | Innovations -Exterior & Interior Designers Studio
The designers required a workspace so they took the available shop with an existing mezzanine floor, located in the densely congested area in the heart of the city, and converted it into a studio space keeping in mind their work philosophies and developing a work environment accordingly. The project is an office renovation of own design studio, for an interior designer and an artist.
Designed by: Innovations -Exterior & Interior Designers Studio
Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India.
Principal Architect : Ashish and Amruta Andre
Photograph Courtesy : Anand Diwadkar
Backed By Clay Tiles | Manoj Patel Design Studio
Located on the 4th floor of the commercial hub in an urban area, the elongated space had 2 parallel sides with structural elements and openings. Space was approached with a unique concept of doing away with repetitive office interiors by replacing them with various red textured clay tile forms and natural granite adding to the ambiance of natural materials into the corporate office.
Designed by: Manoj Patel Design Studio
Location: Vadodara; Gujarat, India.
Principal Architect : Ar. Manoj Patel
Wood With Brilliant Hues | Vineet Agarwal
In this project, all the furniture & interior elements are custom made to fit the space perfectly. The interiors have a bold contemporary look & feel with cues from the industrial design style to create a unique playful blend. The office primarily has two parts. Staff area & Main Cabin with meeting space.
Designed by: Vineet Agarwal
Location: Nr. Science City, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Contemporary Bold Textures | Vidhi Patel
An 600 sqft. Office space designed with minimal and contemporary approach, satisfying the desire of the client. This office space is for trending business, where mostly one happens to have group conversations/ meetings on a mattress. To achieve the same, the office space was furnished with bold coloured low height sofa seating.
Designed by: Vidhi Patel
Location: kadi, Gujarat
Small Office Interior Design is increasingly becoming popular in Indian cities. As a result, the more a company expands, the number of branches and the need for bigger offices increase. Luxurious work space demands larger infrastructure and additional amenities like cafeterias and lounges. However, Small Office Interior Design focuses on minimalism and decluttered spaces. The main challenge an interior designer faces is to create a feeling of grandeur despite the space restrictions. Interestingly, designers are taking up small workspaces as a challenge rather than a limitation and making the best of the situation. How can Small Office Interior Design establish hierarchy with respect to spatial planning?
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