DSN securities office by Design 360, Chandigarh – India

September 10th, 2016 by retail design blog

Visualized as a space that would reflect the client company’s philosophies and values, the Chandigarh office of DSN securities, designed by Chandigarh based design and architecture firm, Design 360, is a study in minimal space design accommodating all the required design functions.

The reception space, imagined in hues of beige and grey accommodates the unconventional seating for the waiting area and a contemporary reception table. A solid-void partition allows glimpses into the work area which consist of workstations arranged in a large hall in an open plan setting. The hall encompasses all the primary office functions including a conference room, strategically placed to allow view from the office area, and yet occupying an exclusive, individual space.

Most of the rear part of the office is planned to include functions pertaining to personal office use, including the management’s cabins. The arrangement is such that it discourages distractions, leading to a more productive environment for effective work function. The spaces flow into one another while the subtle colour palette helps visual connectivity and promotes fluidity. With the material range including white laminate and concrete tiles, the office makes a bold statement in urbane office interiors.

Photography by Purnesh Dev Photography










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