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The New Delhi based architecture firm's office interiors use oak wood and textured walls for a futuristic feel
The office interiors of New Delhi based architecture firm Spaces Architects @KA
was inspired by the need to create a work culture that was interactive, and promoted a sense of openness.
Principal architect Kapil Aggarwal says three things guided his design approach for the office.
“The first was personal. When I talk of personal, the process of creating the office space has been my journey through different experiences and practice over the years. The second was intended for the people who visit the office without any predefined notion, to feel the space and to experience the firm’s ideology.
The third and the most important factor were the people working in the space. A lot of emphasis was given to what they require. A place where they can feel good and feel comfortable to work in,” he explains.
Oak wood finished panels find company in grey textured walls in this office. Customised fluid furniture runs around the office interiors, giving the space a futuristic feel.
Fluid forms abound in the New Delhi office of Spaces Architects @KA uses fluid forms.
The entrance to the Spaces Architects@KA office.
The view from the reception of Spaces Architects @KA.
The common workspace in the Spaces Architects@KA office.
The view of the upper workspace in the office of Spaces Architects@KA.
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