Global Fintech Company Offices – Mumbai

  • Client Unnamed Financial Company,
  • size 25,000 sqft
  • Year 2022
  • Location Mumbai, India,
  • Industry Financial / Investments, Technology,
  • V S Design Studio (VSD) designed the offices for a global fintech company with ample space for meeting and collaboration in Mumbai, India.

    The Client is a Leading Global Fintech company high on technology and innovation. It facilitates electronic fund transfer throughout the world.

    V S Design Studio (VSD) had the opportunity to design the Country Headquarter for their client in the heart of Mumbai’s business hub.

    This office is one of the most prominent and prestigious projects designed by VSD. Being an India HO, this office is occupied by the Key Leadership team. This is the place where their Clients often drop-in and those include the leadership team from all the financial institutions.

    The Interior of this project is designed keeping in mind various creative and functional aspects. The project brief was to create a high performing work environment aligned to the nature of the business, user centricity and most important is to display the Client’s brand identity. The concept of a modern International office was so derived to a matured and a warm look with an addition of youthfulness and vibrancy. In addition to the creative side, the design also takes care of the comfort and wellness of the users and it does give a lavish appeal. Special care for Acoustic and lighting design, ergonomics, choice of colors and textures play a major role in enhancing the user-friendly work environment.

    The branding and colors used across the office reflects the vision and values of the global brand. The brand colors are used wisely to reinforce the brand’s identity.

    All Sit-to-Stand workstations with low screens allow teams to communicate effectively without barriers. A well-equipped gym with all necessary facilities help employees strike a healthy work life balance.

    Design: V S Design Studio (VSD)
    Photography: Yamini Krishna