Society Interiors - - PROPERTY -

es­ign­ing a space for a client who also hap­pens to be an ar­chi­tect can be a chal­leng­ing task. Such was the case with In­te­rior De­signer Anisha Modi of Anisha Modi In­te­ri­ors while de­sign­ing the ofce of an air-cooler com­pany. Achal Bak­eri, Manag­ing Direc­tor of air-cooler com­pany Sym­phony, specically sought a ‘func­tional, time­less and main­te­nance-free de­sign’ for the cor­po­rate ofce in Ahmedabad. Not one to shy away from a good chal­lenge, prin­ci­pal de­signer Anisha Modi came up with a sim­ple and func­tional pal­ette to meet Achal’s re­quire­ments.

Ar­chi­tec­turally, the build­ing is in­ward look­ing and has a cen­tral court­yard, which pro­vides am­ple nat­u­ral light to both wings of this four-storey, 30,000 sq. ft. build­ing. A spa­cious re­cep­tion area, ad­min­is­tra­tive area and cafe­te­ria are an­chored on the ground oor; meet­ing rooms, an AV room and the R&D depart­ment with a lab is housed on the rst oor, while the mar­ket­ing & sales, in­ter­na­tional busi­ness, fac­tory staff and HR depart­ment are on the sec­ond oor. The third oor has the ac­counts depart­ment and re­served space for fu­ture ex­pan­sion, and the fourth oor is re­served for the MD. This oor has a sprawl­ing cham­ber for the MD, his per­sonal staff and a board­room.

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