Interior Designs

Minimal Indigeneity Interirors of an Office, at Lucknow, by Advance Group

Minimal Indigeneity Interirors of an Office, at Lucknow, by Advance Group

The Building is located on a site getting views of a lake and surrounded by mixed structures of Residential and Commercial. The idea was to make the design as Sustainable as possible, harnessing Natural Light, outdoor views and Evening Breeze. Along with that the design also aims to explore the vernacular character of the place with local Building techniques and fuse it with contemporary Architecture practice. Thus the concept of ‘Minimal Indigeneity’ came forth. – Advance Group

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Hotel at Bodhgaya, by SJK Architects

Hotel at Bodhgaya, by SJK Architects

Bodhgaya – where the Buddha received enlightenment; one of the holiest and oldest sites of pilgrimage for the Buddhist world. Our hotel – gently uses the vocabulary of brick details from the Buddhist trail – vaults to corbelled arches to stepped jambs that soften the edges of buildings and make them welcoming and timeless. Replete with courtyards and waterbodies that play with the sunlight – stained concrete vaults and keyhole windows  create dancing shadows and a lasting emotion of serenity and surrender. – SJK Architects

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Hearing Aid Centre at Chennai by Murali Architects

Hearing Aid Centre at Chennai by Murali Architects

This 2000Sq.ft interior project has a bright and inviting colour scheme off-white, yellow and grey. The colour scheme and the use of glazed and partly glazed partitions is to create a feeling of spaciousness. The design approach here was to go beyond rigid compartmentalized sterile interior design. The focus was exploring curvilinear forms and spaces.

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Grey Office at New Delhi by Orangewood Labs

Grey Office at New Delhi by Orangewood Labs

“The Grey Office” which has an experimental and unique sense of design in the way it has been developed. The 1800 sq.ft. office is designed with taking utmost care to the personal taste and way of work environment they believe. “GREY OFFICE”, is a office for US- based IoT company (Internet of Things) who wanted to expand in India with a new setup located in New Delhi showcasing simple yet bold reflections of the company principles.

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HSJ Jewellery Showroom by Ravish Mehra Deepak kalra

HSJ, a Jewellery Showroom at Lucknow by Ravish Mehra Deepak Kalra

Built as an introverted vault, the solid sandstone façade makes a bold statement with an elegant surface detailing in gold steel. The entrance is marked by a delicately detailed 30 feet high glass door, allowing a glimpse inside generating curiosity. It opens into a reception area with a customised elliptical red glass elevator wrapped by the spiral staircase as an iconic centrepiece.

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