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 specic 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.