Menon's design intent was clear from the beginning that the office had to reflect his personal sense of style. For materials, he wished to stay away from the typical wood and marble look of corporate offices. So one sees a grey and white colour palette interspersed with vibrant elements aesthetically blended into the functional spaces of the office for a rustic yet contemporary look. The space is essentially divided into the workstation area, waiting lounge, executive cabin and the 'think tank' or meeting area.
Workstations are of linear configuration with efficient storage systems and LED task lighting provided to ensure productive work. Workstation tops are finished in stone pattern veneer sheets with resin filled tops for a lasting look. Storage shutters are of mirror glass that showcases some of our prominent designs as etchings on it. A think tank area given for brainstorming sessions and to conduct meetings has been carved into one corner of the office. It includes a rubber wood table paired with sleek benches, separated from the workstation by a geometric pattern screen finished in a bright green shade.
The executive cabin displays solid wood flooring blended with hexagonal mosaic tiling forming a sort of pathway. The impressive cabin door is of lacquer finish metal and float glass provides privacy yet keeps one connected with the rest of the office. A library has been created on one wall using copper sheets while the table is made of mango wood.
The general look of the whole space is of a contemporary yet chilled out space that speaks volumes in terms of bold design and flamboyant style of India's best interior design firm.