BRIDGE CO-WORKING, at JP NAGAR, BENGALURU, by REDWALL DESIGN STUDIO

Redwall Design Studio revives the Bridge Co-working space by playing with one’s emotional response to an office atmosphere via external stimuli. Envisioning the Bridge Co-working space as a mood catalyst, apt for a workplace, the designer forges the interior space with refreshing elements and colors.

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REDWALL DESIGN STUDIO

INTRODUCTION

Redwall Design Studio revives the Bridge Co-working space by playing with one’s emotional response to an office atmosphere via external stimuli.

BRIEF

Envisioning the Bridge Co-working space as a mood catalyst, apt for a workplace, the designer forges the interior space with refreshing elements and colors. Alluring and amusingly, exploring the psyche of users the design is handled in such a way satisfying the comfort and requirements. The capacious hallway with glazed walls is revived as co-working space with cabinets and lecture rooms around and furnished cubical amidst.

CONCEPT AND MATERIALS

In order to create an office environ to be active and invigorate in character, the element line is adapted as the concept of the design. It acts as an energizing factor and evokes liveliness to the ambience and its users.

The pine wood and metal frames play a major role in the design, blending along with the concept by forming grids. The elements which are involved in the design renders a refreshing and pleasant feel to the work place with a touch of nature by fitful placement of plants all around the office.

METAL FRAMES

The space frame comprising of horizontal and vertical lines, holding pine wood boxes, render an appealing look to the office once we set our foot in. The repetition of metal frames at suitable place blends along with the design and act as a unifying factor. The cabinet partitions comprise of glass along with metal frames running horizontally and vertically expressing the place as more active.

FURNITURE

Exploring the eloquent variety of furniture collections, the best ones are opted to add vibrance to the room playing a role of fun and quirky element. The contemporary style reception desk stands unique and fascinating in the hallway with glossy finish. The working cubical has pine wood partition, complementing chairs with green and grey textures dazzle the middle space. Even though the office is completely occupied with furniture and art pieces, the room seems to be more spacious and comfortable to work, because of the colors engaged and the material selection.

CEILING AND LIGHTING

The ceiling is treated as an exposed one with a dark tone. The fixtures are neatly set in between the beam grids suitable to the furniture settings. The office is fascinated with gleaming lighting fixtures at the desired places. The approach and cubical has the track lights, focusing the articulated walls and the display giving a visual treat to the users. The hallway has a subtle ambience by placing the pendent lights and tract light above the work station. The office looks radiant with comfortable working and interactive zone offering a suitable working ambience.

 

PROJECT DETAILS

Project Name : BRIDGE CO WORKING SPACE

Location : JP Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

Area : 1200 sq ft

Project Status : Completed, July 2018

Firm Name : Redwall Design Studio 

Principal Architects : Kiran Kumar MR, Sudeep Dev M BRIDGE CO-WORKING, at JP NAGAR, BENGALURU, by REDWALL DESIGN STUDIO 1

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