|British Deputy High Commission Mumbai||2009||Mumbai||India||Diplomatic|
Client: Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the British Government
The project consisted of an interior fit out of a shell, housed on the top three and a half floors of a new build office tower. The climate varies from extreme summers to monsoon and cool winters. The project employed green technologies from rainwater harvesting and recycling grey water, to improved insulation and energy saving fixtures and fittings.
The interior fit out used a modular demountable glazing and partition system to meet the clients need for future flexibility, allowing the space to be reconfigured from open plan to cellular office space without the need and cost for a full refurbishment. Printed manifestation to glazed partitions allowed light to penetrate the floor plan while retaining privacy, and presenting an internal space worthy of a Government building.
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