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Gray Office, New Delhi

By: Orangewood Labs | Office design can either enhance or dampen the company culture. The roots of the firm are reflected through its brand, functions, and values. Our client – ‘SENRA’, a U.S based IoT (Internet of things) company, had a similar approach while expanding and setting up their new office in India.

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Strata House, Bengaluru

By: Cadence Architects, Bengaluru | Situated on a tight site of 40’ by 70’ in an urban context, the client approached us with a brief of designing a residence for a joint family with members across a varied age group. The challenge in this project was to accommodate a dense program on a tight site.

AE Studio | Brickwood419 Design Studio

AE Studio, New Delhi

By: Brickwood419 Design Studio, New Delhi | This architectural studio space was designed keeping the ‘Walk of life’ concept as a design directive with the industrial chic style central. It was extremely critical for the client to have a layout that almost unknowingly forced the visitors and clients to have a visual expanse of the […]

RAAS Housing & Finance | NCUBE

RAAS Housing & Finance, Mumbai

By: NCUBE | RAAS is a housing and finance firm located at One Indiabulls Centre, Mumbai. Spread across two floors, the design brief required a professional office space that would incorporate comfort, flexibility and creativity in workspaces.

Arkiplan International Office | Gurugram

Arkiplan International, Gurugram

By: Arkiplan International, Gurugram | Somebody wise once said that “we are what we see. We are a product of our surrounding’ and it’s a fact universally acknowledged that our surroundings affect our mood, productivity, and creativity.

Planet Kids Bengaluru | Cadence Architects

Planet Kids, Bengaluru

By: Cadence Architects, Bengaluru | The overall design intent articulates the program in a playful manner from a child’s perspective and is conceived as a conglomeration of myriad child fantasies.

KMYF-Bangalore | Cadence Architects

KMYF, Bangalore

By: Cadence Architects, Bangalore | The site for the project measured 60’x40’. The requirement was to build a 30-bed dialysis center. The unique feature of the site was that it was adjacent to an ancient South Indian Temple which was revered by the neighborhood for both its architectural presence and religious value.

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