The design has been devised from tracking the customary movement of the various end-users of the space, which helps with the zoning while catering to function, privacy, and aesthetics in spatial planning. The office is conceptualised in terms of orientation and curved shapes that are free from rigid lines. The raw exposed concrete and the curved section are fused with pops of yellow furniture, which creates a playful and comfortable atmosphere.
The entrance waiting room orients the visitor directly into the meeting room without intruding on the privacy of the studio space. The open floor plan and design with no ceilings and extra clear glass make the office expansive and functionally resourceful.
Colours in the space remain neutral with tones of white and grey, which further lightens and airs the space and complements the wooden loop. The yellow peppered in between adds a joyful ambience to the raw concrete walls. The various wall displays further enhance the visual appeal and invoke a motivation in creativity.
Understanding human psychology and the impact of spatial surroundings on the mind played an integral role in CDA Architects’ design process. The design of the office is an interior play that creates an aura of energy through the form and the materials. Spatial Stimuli aims to provide a space that fosters architectural dialogue, creativity, and design; with unfolding and unravelling spaces, the design of the office intends to connect users.