• This Office Space Follows A Sustainable And Earthy Palette | Sparc Design

    The earth and metal project is an office space for a company into the business of steel and construction. With a brief to use elements with a rustic appeal, and an in depth research of the business, this office space follows a sustainable and earthy palette which goes back to the basics of construction – To give the entire space a unified connected look ; local Tandoor stone in various finishes, interlaced with strips of polished basalt stone has been used in the flooring.

    This Office Space Follows A Sustainable And Earthy Palette | Sparc Design

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    Editor’s note : Spare Design brings a workspace design that breaks the atypical environment of a construction office scenario. With thoughtful detailing from floor inlays, partitions, and table separators, to jute fabric incorporation between glass door, this office is far from its humdrum. ~ Aditi Shah (editor)

    Triangular shaped brick blocks laid into the flooring -act like guides enabling  the vision to travel from one end to another. The play of textured flooring is a delight to explore barefoot .

    The layout allows for maximum sunlight to enter the space -artificial lighting is required only in the last hours of the day thereby reducing the overall energy load.

    The natural stones and earthy materials help regulate the temperature and reduce the overall air conditioning load as well. Walls have been finished in lime based paint which is ecological and non toxic .

    Divisions for spaces assume a dynamic appeal as partitions created in m.s, steel rods hold terracotta blocks which rotate and move. The moving partitions lend an interactive and  ever changing character to the space. Jute sandwiched inside glass panels has been used to create translucency.

    The artwork on the walls is in Devnagri / Hindi lettering – words such as Naksha(Map); Aakriti(Form) etc have been hand painted by a local artists.

    To achieve the concrete finish on the tables, micro topping has been used on all the meeting and conference furniture, instead of casting concrete slabs. Steel -the main selling product of the company is used in partitions as well as a typical column reinforcement detail to break the monolith concrete finished reception table. Plants in customized fiber panels add colour and freshness  to the décor.

    A rich palette of natural stone, bricks , concrete, steel and jute come together to connect the space to the roots of its business with a modern altercation to suit the ever changing  needs of the industry.

    Fact File

    Designed by : Sparc Design

    Project Name : The Earth And Metal

    Location : Pune, Maharashtra

    Year Built : 2022

    Duration of the project : 6 Months

    Project Size : 3600 Sq.ft

    Project Cost : 75 Lakhs

    Principal Architect : Ar. Suhani lal Sanghra

    Design Credits : Azeem Siddiqui

    Photograph Courtesy : Ritesh Ramiah

    Firm’s Website Link : Sparc Design

    Firm’s Instagram Link : Sparc Design

    Firm’s Facebook Link : Sparc Design

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