Design interventions delineate a spatial ethos inspired by Zen principles that form the roots of the organization’s cultural beliefs and vision. The texture of exposed bricks painted white, not only serves as a backdrop and a light atmosphere for interaction, but also induces a sense of peace. Corresponding to the walls, the furniture is chosen to be in shades of white or grey.
Symphony Corporate House, Ahmedabad The symphony corporate project is located nearby S G Highway, Ahmedabad, India. Intended by the owner, to bring all activity and people of this company under one roof, the design also supports this intent with all spaces opening into a central courtyard.
“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.
As the city increasingly finds itself getting filled with buildings and falls short of public open space, the experience at Business Bay in Pune is a refreshing change. This is a rare project that gives back public space to the city, and that too a well-designed one. Conceived as a commercial venture with the second largest built- up commercial space in the city, this project should serve as an example of best intentions turned to reality using the best design sense.
The high performance computer center (HPCC) and center for climate change research (CCCR) buildings located in Pashan Pune, were conceived to pioneer research on climate change and allied studies. The facility promotes the urgent need to build a critical mass of trained researchers to address the science related issues of climate change that are of particular relevance to India.
A close-knit layout has been adopted for the entire office. The transition from the lift lobby is marked by two passageways that are perpendicular to each other. One passageway leads to all the management cabins, that open up further into a well-lit collaboration space.
The concept was visualized with denim and things which are used or related to produce a finished denim product from a raw material. So the objective rather became to use elements like threads, scissors, denim cloth and other elements which are used in abstract way to create a journey.
Funktion Design is an expression of an interesting structural language. The main supporting structure is casted by three 9m x 8m concrete portals on which three steel portals form the framework supporting the steel deck roofs of the studio level and the meeting zone.
This was an office designed for an advertising firm called Flagship. The entire volume which had around 14’ height was painted white. Green their signature colour, was introduced subtly in the form of cushion covers, dividers for workstations and palms.
An architect’s office is a space that is conceived as a springboard for architectural dialogue, creativity and design. It should, hence unfold and interact in
India House draws its inspiration from the Indian, mixed-use, courtyard house, known as a “Wada”or Haveli. This traditional prototype is a counterblast to the sprawling, alien ‘bungalow’ typology fueling an unviable suburbia.
Architecture Firm – UA Lab (Urban Architectural Collaborative) Design Team – Vipuja Parmar, Krushnakant Parmar Location – Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India Completion – May 2017 Area
Architect’s Office cum Home by MayaPraxis: The earth excavated for the basement, piled up in the adjacent site, seemed to be telling us to make use of her. Make bricks from me and build yourself a wonderful place, and don’t dump me in some landfill far away – she seemed to be saying. And we made bricks from the earth, soaked them in the sun. These bricks were stronger than any brick we had used before. Its beautiful texture, color and size inspired us to tell a story about the brick in the architecture of the building.
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