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Hues of orange, black and blue brighten the space

Hues of orange, black and blue brighten the space


Energy-efficient interiors with cohesive ambience.

The project is designed for an architectural MEP consultant, and this 1300 sq ft. workspace overcomes the challenges of restricted square footage with an open plan layout, high ceilings and natural light. It exemplifies how smaller work environments can enhance productivity.

As per the client’s brief, this office incorporates 45 workstations, two director workstations, a casual meeting table and utilities like a pantry, restrooms and printer/plotter station. Modern, industrial loft-inspired interiors define the design grammar with transparency at its core. 

Considering the office has been designed for an architectural MEP consultant, we decided to celebrate the otherwise hidden services, such as plumbing, electrical, and air-conditioning and highlight them using colours. Concrete flooring complements the exposed ceiling and creates a cohesive ambience. A metal grid framework suspended below the services section is the base system to incorporate lighting.

Lighting design is an important part of office interiors as it affects work efficiency. A vacant rectangular space brings in natural light with curtain glazing on all three sides to minimise the sun’s glare. We used a combination of suspended and surface-mounted lights to create a layered and efficient lighting system. 

A muted colour scheme of warm and inviting greys and browns juxtaposes the industrial design vocabulary. Pops of hues such as orange, black and blue enliven the space. The contemporary, clean-lined furniture unveils a sleek metal profile in a wooden finish. Organised storage and circulation space features black chalk finish shutters to create an interactive board.


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