Galeecha Experience Centre at Mumbai by Sameep Padora and Associates

The red carpet here actually sweeps you off your feet here at The Galeecha Experience Centre, where this eye-catching element tilts up to sinuously form a partition, a staircase and eventually a bridge that ties the varied products displays with a single dramatic gesture!

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Galeecha Experience Centre at Mumbai by Sameep Padora & Associates

The red carpet here actually sweeps you off your feet here at The Galeecha Experience Centre, where this eye-catching element tilts up to sinuously form a partition, a staircase and eventually a bridge that ties the varied products displays with a single dramatic gesture! The balance between display and stocking is managed discretely along the walls to maximise the spacious nature of the industrial gala, giving the carpets the floor space required to be experienced completely. The fixtures below each display effectively light up the white backdrop, expanding the space perceptibly while providing adequate lighting to free up the ceiling for a display of awnings.

Project Facts
Category : Interiors – Retail
Client / Owner : GALEECHA INDIA PVT LTD
Project status : Completed
Team Members: Sameep Padora, Vinay Mathias, Aparna Dhareshwar

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