Singa Infrastructure office by Archrysalis, Mumbai – India

March 5th, 2016 by retail design blog

Singa Infrastructure and Mining is a Mumbai based equipment and logistics company focusing on the excavation and the movement of natural resources. Derivative of this process, the Mumbai office utilizes fluid geometry, layering, and extraction to maximize a 22′ x 25′ (550sq’) floor plate.

Designed by Archrysalis

















http://www.archrysalis.com

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