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MUMBAI, Maharashtra, India-400001
Platinum Partners, Commercial-Office Complex
One of the top Legal firms in India, Platinum Partners needed the new office space to reflect their beliefs. A global look was chosen for the design, since the firm caters to international clients. The floor plate is split into two zones Client and Office areas along a Spine. The working area is simplistic, while the client zone wears a plush look. The reception has a contemporary feel, with subtle shades of grey. The Spine is a long walk starting from the reception, leading up to the client zone. The iconic ITC Tower, seen across the office forms the visual center of the plan. The Cafeteria is different from the rest of the office, and is consciously placed as part of the design experience. A walk through the offices of Platinum Partners reveals an eclectic blend of differently designed spaces, which collectively lend an international look to this Law Firm. Photo Credits : Sebastian Zachariah
The hues of grey as the reception backdrop sets the tone for the contemporary language of the design.
This picture relates to/has: Office, Reception/Lounge, Reception Desk
The client zone is designed to create an indulgent ambience, universal in its appeal.
This picture relates to/has: Office, Conference Room, Ceiling Design, painting, Conference Room, Conference Table
This picture relates to/has: Office, Conference Room, glass partition, Conference Room, Conference Table, Rolling Chairs
The cafteria was consciously located along the 'spine' to make it part of the visual experience.
This picture relates to/has: Office, glass door, Wooden Coffee Table, Hanging Ceiling Light, cafeteria, cafeteria seating, cafeteria design
This picture relates to/has: Office, painting
This picture relates to/has: Office
The location of the MD's Cabin entails the cityscape to become the backdrop of the space.
This picture relates to/has: Office, Cabin, glass partition, Rolling Chairs, Office Cabin
The reception is the onset of the 'Spine' - The long corridor that leads to the client zone.
This picture relates to/has: Office, Reception/Lounge, sofa, painting, wooden flooring, Area Rug
The vibrance of the breakout zone is a refreshing change from the corporate-styled design of the office spaces.
This picture relates to/has: Office, cafeteria, cafeteria seating, cafeteria design
The semi open lounge area supplements the client zone in an efficient manner.
This picture relates to/has: Office, Conference Room, Ceiling Design, glass partition, Conference Room, Conference Table, Rolling Chairs
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The conference rooms exhibit a sweeping view of the city's skyline.
The 'Hollow Man' - A wire sculpture, adds intrigue and drama to the corner of the library.
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