Fashion Designer, Artist and Columnist
Q: What was the concept behind your office space?
A: I am a colour-oriented person. The most important aspect for me is the fact that one spends most of one’s day at work and one should be in an inviting surrounding that defines the person. My office is a riot of colours, beautiful art on the walls and interesting knick-knacks all over the place.
Q: What is your favourite thing about your workstation?
A: My beautiful turquoise blue pin board. It holds all my crazy ideas. It has a life of its own.
Q: Three tips on creating an inviting workspace...
A: Stack up on relevant books, don’t be afraid to use colour, and break away from the usual—innovate.
Q: What personal touches have you added that make it uniquely you?
A: Every bit of my office, every corner, is me. My art is all over my walls and perched on tables. I have hand-painted trunk tables, cinema chairs with my own graphics, as well as notebooks, coasters and cushions. It’s almost like I make everything I would want to use.
Jeans, Guess; top, Manish
Arora at Debenhams; matted sleeveless jacket, Nida’s own; shoes, Steve Madden; ring, Adolfo Dominguez; bracelet,
Splash at Lifestyle