studio bipolar designs esquire nightclub’s administration workspace in new delhi, with a quirky, yet sophisticated character. the use of primary colors in the interior spaces aims ‘to enact dynamism in the mindset of its users,’ while the art deco elements reference the era when esquire magazine first emerged, marking the moment when traditionalism gradually converted into modernism.


all photos by suryan//dang

 

the studio describes esquire’s design concept as ‘sophisticated madness’, with distinctive elements such as a yellow carpet, a black and white-striped wallpaper and a yellow-tinted glass conference table. the large space is divided into individual sections with the use of art deco-looking, metal structures with tinted glass infills in various colors. a high table that resembles a bar counter offers a functional space for work, while iconic esquire covers featured on the supporting wall behind it and in other surfaces throughout the space, reinforce the brand image.


the supporting wall features framing iconic esquire covers, reinforcing the brand image throughout the space along with the art deco inspiration

the yellow carpet directs the circulation and acts as a ‘red carpet’ for clients once they made their way to the boardroom

the black and white-striped wallpaper has a strong visual impact and elongates the space

the boardroom features a a yellow tinted glass table that echoes the space around it


the table is completely frameless, and reflects the patterns formed around it, offering a warm hue on the floor and walls


team work station


private spaces are divided using color-tinted glass partitions


concept sketches

 

 

project info:

 

 

name: esquire office

architecture firm: studio bipolar

lead architects: ujjwal sagar, sanjana mathur

location: new delhi, india

built area: 1200 sqft

client: somprabh singh

interior contractors: bhavanna & sons

lighting fixtures: DBEL , white lighting solutions

 

 

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