Office in Bandra by Sanjyt Syngh Design Studio

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Sanjyt Syngh, the principal designer of Sanjyt Syngh Design Studio recently completed 16000 square feet office in Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai. The designer combines the four large units into one cohesive space with two separate entry points, one for the management and one for the staff and visitors. Each suite has a different color as an accent. Gigantic pieces of art sculptures and colored glass as partition walls were added to create life in space.

Space breaks the norms of a conventional Indian office and creates a space to witness. Objects are collected from all over the world, walls become the perfect backdrop for art, and primarily space comes from Art. Every corner of the space has been utilized to its best and maximum. To maximize the view and to avoid obstruction, mechanisms like where the television disappears into the ceiling and when not in use is out of sight is used by the designer.

Every inch of the space is designed and curated by a team of designers who believes space has a lasting impression of sophistication, functionality, style, and beauty

Fact File

Interior Designer: Sanjyt Syngh

Firm Name: Sanjyt Syngh Design Studio

Location: BKC, Mumbai

Size: 16000 square feet

Photograph credits: Deepak Agarwal and Amit Mehra

Written by Team TDJI

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