Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Bored Rooms are for Suits!

Saturday, May 20, 2017 had an evening worth remembering. Bharat Floorings and Tiles organised an event with renowned architects and interior designers at Rise Mumbai. The said location was carefully selected based on the theme of the evening - Creative Work Spaces.

Rise Mumbai is a co-working space designed in a very creative and cheerful fashion. For any given Creative Work Space, the place itself needs to have elements that inspire creativity. Rise Mumbai brings that out perfectly. It makes you believe in ideas and motivates you to think out of the box. Every corner, every edge of this place is colourful and cheerful. It lifts up the mood. A positive mind has endless possibilities. Rise Mumbai brings out the positive in you.


The event comprised of a panel discussion with the likes of Ruben Dhuna of Rda architects, Richa Bahl, Shilpa Balvally and Sameer Balvally of Studio Osmosis, Tejal Mathur and Zameer Basrai of The Busride Design Studio. All have collaborated with Bharat Floorings on multiple occasions in the past. A very filtered list of guests who belong to the interior designing circuit was invited to be a part of the evening. The crux of the panel discussion was to share ideas and opinions that positively attribute to interior designing and architecture when it comes to work spaces.


The evening started with a formal introduction to Bharat Floorings as a brand by Firdaus Variava, the vice-chairman, who also hosted the occasion. One after another the panel members were invited on stage to present their works and share their ideas and opinions within the context of designing offices and work spaces. Soon the air of formal conversations cleared and made way for lighter and more casual talks. What followed next was an interactive session between the panel members and the guests on tips and trends that work for office spaces.

The evening concluded over dinner and drinks, not to forget Casablanca Rose Spumante, a sparkling wine provided by Good Earth Winery. It was an enriching experience for not only the guests but also for the panel members and the BFT team to explore different perspectives under one roof.

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