Origami Office – Chaukor Studio, NOIDA

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Origami Office - Chaukor Studio - NOIDA

Origami office is the administrative office space for a publishing house, since paper is the core material that is used within the premises. It is used as an inspiration to transform a standard grid structure into a dynamic space. The space is visualised as a plane that folds up at various places and offers niches of distinct size and character. To further enhance it, both natural and artificial lights are introduced at various levels and scales to create the dramatic effect.

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