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This Linear Architect's Studio in Panchkula is Filled with Arched Openings and Eccentric Patterns

Updated: Jun 1, 2023

Meraaz Atelier Studio by Meraaz Atelier

Meraaz Atelier's new studio has been planned in a linear space of about 500 square feet, partitioned with arched openings which create the lovely perspective of an arch inside an arch, as soon as one enters the space.

To create a great first impression, the entrance foyer and waiting area has been highlighted with patterns and bold colour, the colour palette being borrowed from the company logo that is used uniformly throughout the space.

The workstation space can easily accomodation three-four users and the same element of an arch has been used for shelving and storage cabinets. Two pink doors leading to the pantry and toilet add appeal to the space.

On the other hand, the principal architect's space stays filled up with natural light throughout the day. A marble clad table becomes the center of attraction coupled with the softness of draped curtains and houndstooth patterned upholstery. A flamboyant the pink couch adds a touch of finesse and a finishing touch to the office. All these elements work together to carry the design theme to the private office as well.

Since the studio gets ample light throughout the day the walls have been painted white to accentuate the space. Wooden tiles have been laid to shine beautifully against these white walls. The addition of ornate cornice adds more detail to the space and also acts as a cherry on the cake.

Project: Meraaz Atelier

Location: Panchkula, Haryana, India

Design House: Meraaz Atelier

Principal Designer: Pratibha Kadian

Photographer: Purnesh Dev Khanj


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