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Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India-201301 |Practicing since: April 10, 2007
Scoop Whoop, Commercial-Others
A huge amount of ones time is spent at the workplace and all the workplaces are different, they speak volumes of the aspirations and culture of an organization. Most of the workplaces offer spaces that are usually tight cubicles, cluttered corners and monochromatic themes that can turn out to be not so pleasing and less stimulating environments. The client, ScoopWhoop Media (biggest internet media company) had a requirement of refurbishing few internal spaces and external areas for their existing office at New Delhi. A room for two directors, an Informal meeting room and External spillover, informal working and meeting spaces was required to be done to create flexible spaces that can carry out various activities such as meeting, group working, individual working, interactive sessions etc. Directors den has been the name given to Directors cabin and is a personal working space for the two directors and has been designed to provide for comfortable workstations, meeting area, lounge area and spaces for displaying achievements, memorabilia, trophies etc. The focus of the space is the artwork on the wall; designed in collaboration with team ScoopWhoop. The Living room name given to Informal meeting room is basically intended for an unconventional meeting space. The same room also is intended to double up as flexible work-spaces when no meeting or interactive sessions are scheduled. Inbuilt seating and stepped seating occupy the two opposite walls and the slope of the ceiling is further accentuated by providing a cluster of 4-way beam light creating a premeditated pattern on the ceiling. This reverberates our companys principle of reinterpreting the available material and techniques in creative ways to have newer impressions. Minimalism and vibrancy through colours, materials, light and furniture have been the two main drawing forces for the development of the aforementioned spaces. The material pallate reflect the energy, youthful and vibrant culture and aspiration of the company. The outdoor spaces were envisioned to become an extension of the flexible indoor workspaces/meeting areas when the climate is conducive for working outside and these exterior spaces and interactions happening there are stimulating and inspiring the notions of creativity.
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