• An Office Space Spread Through Levels of Elegant Interior Design Styles | Designworkz

    The site is in a mall, now converted into office spaces which provided double height with an opportunity to add a functional mezzanine space, and to manage this double height we kind of took inspiration from the client’s product that he is normally known for. An office space spread through levels of elegant interior design styles.

    An Office Space Spread Through Levels of Elegant Interior Design Styles | Designworkz

    Visit : Designworkz

    The design was conceived under the idea of the product client’s company promotes. A special fabric used to make temporary hospitals around the city, sales offices, and wedding venues on grounds. So, considering that we came up with a wave pattern “like fabric swaying in the wind” on the main wall of the office that is double height and creating an impact from the outside. 

    The office had very simple requirements, the client understood the size of the space that they had so they were free to explore the idea where there was an open large meeting room which also doubles up as the workstation for the staff to use. So it was more of a concept of  an open community table in the office where people shared ideas and worked together and there were no departments.

    The reception being a double height we had a nice ribbed tall panel which floated right from this start of the office or rather the front and it translated thru the passage the reception table itself also wrapped into same finish to the wall again depicting the way how a fabric reacts against wind or rather a flag how it sways in space in the wind. 

    The design was developed by using a grid work of ply which was then wrapped by a flexi ply that created the shape and then layered with thin strips of BTC that were fixed on the on the entire flexi ply pattern which created the depth and the groove and the detail which added lot of elevated delicacy at the same time the darker tone of the wood kind of gave depth and the luxurious look and feel with contrast of fluted glass and fluted marble on the opposite wall.

    The client brief was to make the office more than basic. He wanted a functional space but with a lot of luxury and play of patterns and materials. 

    Which is why even the flooring had a play of patterns. We found a peculiar white marble with grey stripes almost like zebra print. We then took the natural veins of the stone and laid it in a brick pattern. It just brought so much play in the space and that could be appreciated from any corner of the reception or mezzanine level. 

    Both the cabin directors had similarity in design and yet they had their own individual personality. The client itself did not want storage around in their room or neither was their requirement but they did want a you know a backdrop which created an interesting space or where they could accessories and have a conversation starter.

    Both the cabin had a backdrop with a shelving design with texture paint that was on the wall and stretched to the ceiling as well which kind of created an interesting field of the space to amplify the height and created  kind of seamless look to the area the cabin.

    The entire office did not have an ounce of natural light coming in so, we had to rely on lot on artificial lighting and to amplify the space and smartly placed materials like fluted mirror, fluted glass and monolithic choice of materials be it flooring and furniture or texture paint had come into the use. 

    We had cabin table in marble again wrapped in one material to create a volume and seamless look while, the other cabin had a little bit of glam and a flamboyant look the cabin had glass it was wrapped around the fluted glass altogether with the backdrop of black aluminium shelving which created shadow if lit in a certain way and the table itself was a floating tinted glass top with a gold leafing detail at the base.

    The open office area on the mezzanine level acted also as a large meeting room and open workstation room space. 

    To manage the weight on the upper floor and to add maintenance we consciously choose wooden looking tile again fixed in a diagonal shape just to add more lines and volume to the space or make it look visually stretched and longer and to contrast that we had a large table with again the white marble from the lower level on the top.

    The two small cabins had a monolithic look so we first chose the wooden tile and then matched it with the veneer so when the space came together it all kind of went into that monolithic feel and it just made the look seem lighter than actually it was.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Designworkz

    Project Type : Office Interior Design

    Project Name : Event Brite Office

    Location : Mumbai, Kurla

    Year Built : October 2021

    Duration of the project : 8 Months

    Project Size : 875 Sq.ft

    Principal Designers : Mansi Mathuria & Tomnet Fernandes 

    Photograph Courtesy : The Otherworldly Productions

    Products / Materials / Vendors : Wallcovering / Cladding – veneer, fluted glass, Fluted mirror, texture paint / Construction Materials – Ply , Veneer, Marble, Vitrified Tiles / Lighting – Laser blade light, Decorative lights by / Flooring – white imported marble , wooden looking Vitrified Tiles.

    Firm’s Website Link : Designworkz

    Firm’s Instagram Link : Designworkz

    For Similar Project>> A Monochrome Minimalist Approach That Prioritizes Functionality For This Compact Office Space

    The Apartment In Kanpur Is At The 19th Floor In One Of The Tallest Buildings | Crossgrain

    The apartment is at the 19th floor in one of the tallest buildings in Kanpur. The space is a blend of modern functionality and simplicity. The flat welcomes you with a serene view overlooking the HBT Campus (Agriculture College) with immense cover of trees and fields on one side and the Ganges river on the […]

    Read More

    This House In Bombay Is An Epitome Of Luxury And Elegance | Architect Sambhav Jain (ASJ)

    Welcome to this house in Bombay, which is an epitome of luxury and elegance. Indulge in opulence with this exquisite, luxurious 1100 sq. ft. 3 BHK on the 42nd floor. It is a minimalist yet luxurious home involving a delicate balance of simplicity and opulence. Every inch of this space has a meticulously design that […]

    Read More

    Small Open Kitchen Designs: 20 Ideas For Compact Spaces

    In large urban centres, small open kitchen designs are a common feature of many homes. In Indian households, where the kitchen is one of the most frequently used spaces, it needs to be comfortable, functional, and aesthetically pleasing. The absolute dream is a spacious kitchen with sky-high ceilings and ample natural light. However, many of […]

    Read More

    This Mid Century Modern House in Vadodara Is A Minimalist Space | JNM Space Creators LLP

    The theme of this mid-century modern house was combined with Scandinavian style to create a space with a minimalist aesthetic but a strong focus on functionality. This Residential interior project is a 4.5 BHK apartment in Vadodara, an exquisite interior project that epitomizes our commitment to quality. This Mid Century Modern House in Vadodara Is […]

    Read More

    This Exceptional Hotel in Solapur Stands As A Beacon Of Innovation | Ikshana Architects

    Situated in Maharashtra, this exceptional hotel in Solapur stands as a beacon of innovation and cultural celebration. Thus embodying a harmonious fusion of traditional elements and contemporary design principles. This Exceptional Hotel in Solapur Stands As A Beacon Of Innovation | Ikshana Architects Design Concept Welcome to Hotel Karuna, an architectural marvel meticulously crafted by […]

    Read More

    A Vast Canvas Such As This Home Blends Various Interior Styles | Shreesh Design Studio LLP

    Homes often portray a varied language of interior styles, different yet complementing nonetheless. With a carpet area of over 3200 sq. ft., this spacious haven houses four bedrooms in four corners of its blueprint, separated by common areas. For a vast canvas such as this that embraces various interior styles, the balance of semi-covered extensions […]

    Read More

    The Interior Design Of Office Create A Seamless Loop Of Circulation | Studio Pushp

    Step into this interior design of office where the comforting allure of wooden textures intertwines harmoniously with the understated sophistication of a contemporary grey color palette. The interior design of our office endeavours to create a seamless loop of circulation where movement flows effortlessly, fostering connectivity and collaboration. Subtle tones and geometric vocabulary converge to […]

    Read More

    Elevate Your Space With These 20 Interior Design Ideas for Home

    Unlocking the secrets of Interior Design Ideas for Home can be a game-changer for any enthusiast. Even those with a keen eye often seek validation from their Pinterest boards before making changes. It takes time and expertise to master aspects like lighting and floor planning. Whether you’re an experienced or a beginner, having a professional’s […]

    Read More

    This Comfortable Home Is A Testament To Minimalist Charm | The Crossboundaries

    This sophisticated and comfortable home is a testament to minimalist charm. It embraces a harmonious blend of sleek, functional, and comfortable living. Upon entering, a sense of calm envelops you as the minimalist aesthetic continues to unfold, with each room showcasing distinctive, unique features. This Comfortable Home Is A Testament To Minimalist Charm | The […]

    Read More

    15 Sustainable Interior Design Tips For Eco-Conscious Spaces

    Sustainable interior design implies the modern aspect of crafting spaces and understanding varying styles and trends. The need for eco-friendly design emerges from various challenges such as climate change, cluttered space, and losing touch with nature. Sustainable interior design follows the principles of green design, connecting the hues of earth and the texture of nature, […]

    Read More
  • Ardent Details and Luxe Inserts Make-Up for this Well-Crafted Penthouse | Amaze Spaces

    A Bright, Airy 4BHK Contemporary Home Enriched with Plenty of Ventilation | Design Matters