Designed by Swati Seraan, the Xactly makeover project was done in the remarkable time of two months
The aim of Xactly makeover project was not only to improve the aesthetics of the office but also to do it in such a way that it reflects the energy of the office. The need was to make the office look trendy but at the same time should look mature without using too many colours and funky/quirky designs.
They used rustic/industrial theme to represent that and chose completely opposite colour scheme from the existing one. This way the designers made the office makeover very impactful without doing the entire office.
90% of the project was done in eco-friendly/natural timber and most of the furniture & lights was made in-house by the team instead of buying it from outside.
All the pieces were manufactured in their workshop and then installed at the site on weekends and night shifts so as not to disturb the office working hours.
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