Office design: the latest trends in workspace architecture


    Office design: the latest trends in workspace architecture

    SPACE10, Delhi, India

    Kevin Curran, programme lead, SPACE10

    The sustainability-focused design and research practice responsible for fascinating collaborations with Ikea, Barkas, Effekt architects and many more, has opened a research and design lab in south Delhi. Designed as a public-facing platform for cross-disciplinary creatives to experiment with prototypes, the studio is located inside Chhatarpur’s Dhan Mill Compound, a growing hub for emerging design studios, artists and young professionals. Kevin Curran, programme lead at SPACE10, wanted to combine ideas from Scandinavian and Indian design traditions together in the space. He involved local materials and craftsmen in sourcing materials and furnishing – for example, plant pots were handmade 200m from the space and ceramic figurines were made by Aman Khanna from Claymen, whose workshop and gallery is 50m away. Curran also brought a slice of the Copenhagen HQ with them, by painting the staircase in the same bright blue. SPACE10 has previously popped up in New York, London, Shanghai and Nairobi. Photography: Deepshikha Jain

    Published at Tue, 19 Oct 2021 19:12:11 +0000

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