Workwings Co-Working Office

Best Implemented Interior Design Project for Public Space

About the project
The client’s intent for this over buzzing co working space was to add value to the already existing linear workplace in terms of more zest and vibe as well as the introduction of new spaces fostering comfort and recreation to attract more clientele. There was an utmost need to cater to not only just immediate functional requirements of workability, privacy, aesthetics, and human comfort at the day-to-day office level for all the co inhabitants but to go an extra mile to create an atmosphere of leisure and playfulness and spaces to foster a spirit of team bonding amongst people and companies from myriad walks of life. There was something that needed to be a USP for this brand to stand out amongst its competitors in the market and to make an impressionable foray into this hustling sea of co working brands in Noida.
The functions added to the second floor (under renovation) were a 25-seater Lecture Hall, Terrace café, Snooze area, Library/Reading Area, TV and Games Lounge and Gym.

Noida, India

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Applicant and authors of the project
Studio Meraki, design studio envisioned by Shweta Kaw, an architect with 15 years of experience in the industry including a successful role as a Sustainable Design Consultant in Singapore after completing her post graduation (Msc. Building performance & Sustainability) from the prestigious National University of Singapore. The Studio’s practice is diverse and ranges from architecture, green building design, interior & furniture design as well as graphics.
Design Team: Shweta Kaw, Naushaba, Mujahid Saifi, Sneha, Daljeet.

Other participants
Photography: Visuary, Suryan/Dang