The materials used for the space comprise of Grey tiled and wooden floors, combination of exposed red brick and pop punned walls and an open ceiling that exposes the fire and lighting grid. The shell is divided by metal and glass partitions, some sliding and some pivoted, hence integrating the whole space. The shell is highlighted with matte black and oak wood furniture. The matte black cabinetry stands against the red brick walls creating a strong visual contrast. The oak wood binds and adds a softer touch to the space. Reinvented versions of furniture pieces like the traditional sarkari chairs have been used to add an eclectic mix of furniture into the space. The lighting system comprises of a mix of task lights over workstations, adjustable track lights to highlight walls and cove lights within the cabinets. Tones of Black, Oak, Grey, Beige and Tan come together to transform this tedious space into an inspiring one.