Tasa Designs has created a workspace in India that balances form, function and simplicity.
The project is a 40 square metre space designed with a Japandi aesthetic to align with objectives of minimalism and practical sustainability.
An open layout was adopted for working with natural elements and best use of daylight, and was constructed with materials including 100-year-old reclaimed teak wood salvaged from demolished structures of Old Bombay built during the British Era.
The result sees clean lines and smooth surfaces, all the while maintaining warmth and comfort for a space that invites clear thinking.
Designer: Tasa Designs