Society Interiors - - PROPERTY -

es­ign is not just the cre­ation and ex­e­cu­tion of a plan for a func­tional pur­pose, but also needs to in­spire and en­lighten the end user. While, for many de­sign­ers, it is rather easy to pin­point their client’s specic needs and suit­ably give them a so­lu­tion; what hap­pens when the de­signer has to de­sign his/her own space? Such was the predica­ment of Pritesh Meish­eri, when de­sign­ing his own rm’s Prit De­sign­ers’ de­sign stu­dio.

With a sus­pended mez­za­nine and 12.5-ft. high wa­ter­fall, this stu­dio is a treat to the senses. One look at the stu­dio and you will no­tice an amal­ga­ma­tion of moder­nity meet­ing tra­di­tion. This stu­dio is con­tem­po­rary in ap­pear­ance, but has cer­tain tra­di­tional as­pects such as the de­sign based on vastu prin­ci­ples. The space in­cludes three uniquely de­signed cab­ins, be­sides an in­door court­yard and a work­sta­tion area, con­fer­ence room and a cafe­te­ria. The unique­ness of this de­sign is the de­signer’s space man­age­ment skills. One such ex­am­ple is the 400 sq. ft. stu­dio for dis­play on a sus­pended mez­za­nine.

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