Cups and Plates Give An Artistic Touch To LA Opala Corporate Office | Kolkata | A Square Designs

Cups and Plates Give An Artistic Touch To LA Opala Corporate Office | Kolkata | A Square Designs

Ajay Arya, Founding Principal, A Square Designs, has envisioned and designed aesthetically pleasing and artistic interiors for the corporate office of La Opala. He uses La Opala products such as cups and plates across the interiors to create creative installation art, reinforcing the brand’s artistic and aesthetic quality. Take a tour inside the home through the details provided by the designer to SURFACES REPORTER (SR):

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The corporate office of La Opala RG, the pioneering name in India’s luxury tableware and crystalware sector, was designed by A Square Designs highlighting the luxurious elegance, innovation and refinement the brand is known. Carefully curated art is at the heart of the interiors of this office, which has contributed to making everyday dining an artistic affair with its beautiful products. 

Sophisticated Palette of Colours and Textures

Designer Ajay Arya creates serene environments dominated by rich material and textural play with opulent accent shades. Luxurious Italian marble, solid wood wall panelings, wooden flooring, exclusive wallpapers, and specially customised furniture enhance the spaces. Ample natural light streaming into the interiors evokes a cheerful atmosphere.

The design layout provides clear direction to the various departments of the office. Grace and restraint waft through the spaces as evidenced in the well-balanced and well-coordinated colours, textures and patterns.

Artworks - A Treat For Eyes

The expansive reception area has Italian marble flooring with inlay pattern and a large counter made of gorgeous white Caesar stone. The backdrop wall is painted in a sage shade that comes alive with a decorative piece made of white opal plates. 

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Five Chambers For Five Members

The office comprises five chambers for the five members of the family holding executive posts with the company, each designed to reflect their personalities.

The director’s room is done up with classic solid wood wall paneling and wooden parquet flooring, exuding a dignified air. 

The MD’s chamber is covered in Michaelengelo flooring in white and decorated with an artwork by Sanatan Dinda. 

Stunning peacock wallpaper is the focus of the room of one of the directors, who is also the MD’s wife. The overall palette of pastels with tones of burgundy as highlight evokes a subtly opulent environment in this room. 

The other two chambers for the children are also done up in neutral shades with some rich accent colours. 

The daughter’s room features a geometric pattern wallpaper and purple accent chairs. Diverse wood tones and blue dominate the son’s chamber. 

Dynamic Elements Create Delightful Interiors 

The long corridor running through the office is covered in wood paneling, resulting in a linear space, the monotony of which is broken by wall sconces.

The large conference room is embellished with contemporary lights and modern art that add dynamic elements to the muted palette of the space. The adjacent display room is an opulent space with beautifully lit show units and an actual dining setting for the beautiful tableware. The two-toned upholstery of the chairs with floral prints and plane fabric brings much charm to the space. 

Mixing materials and patterns meticulously, well-composed and delightful environments are achieved. And they come with the edge of being artistic, elegant and functional, just like the products the brand designs. Indeed, a far cry from the typical office spaces. 

Project Details

Property: La Opala Corporate office 
Carpet area: 12,000 sqft area.
Location: Sector 5, Kolkata

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