Nariman Point | 21,000 S.ft. | 2001
With a sprawling floor space area and a compelling drive to uphold a well estabilished image to clients, the French investment banking giant had a simple yet a stimulating brief to refurbish while adhering to the paradigm of the existing space.
The key in all this was to bring about a metamorphosis in the existing spaces without interfering with the comfort and style evident in the existing work culture. This transformation took its course through the procuring of new and improved materials with the addition of state of the art equipment and furniture to suit the current working scenario.
Though the changes in the new look reflect contemporary confidence, cynosure of the design through the times remains the glass-encased staircase. Simplicity and thus the inherent ability to grow and change subtly with time are the two most appealing elements of this space.