SLK Software AT WORK

1,00,000 sq ft. A feat in modularity and reusabili
2017. Interior Design.

Client:SLK Software

Industry: IT Automation

Location: Multiple locations in Bengaluru

Area: 1,40,000 sq ft

Status: Completed

The Brief: “Build Offshore Development Centres at various locations.”

Our Response:
This was a multi-location project that saw ADEelite work the Interior Design and Project Management for the client’s 25,000 sq ft Yelahanka office space, followed by 15,000 sq ft office space at RMZ Ecoworld, and ending with the 1,00,000 sq ft space at Manyata Tech Park.
Planning Offshore Development Centres (ODCs) require complete reconfigurable spaces that can expand and contract. ADEelite addressed this and more through modularity, in both interior design and building services.
Seeing us successfully exceed expectations by working to modest, functional budgets to deliver high-performance workspaces at Yelahanka and RMZ Ecoworld, the client awarded us the 1,00,000 sq ft project at Manyata TechPark. This new space was to serve as the interim office for 3 years, since the client had plans to build its own large campus at Devanahalli, Bangalore.
In the single huge floor plate of 1,00,000 sq ft, ADEelite strategically maximised space usage by adding in more amenities and collaboration areas than ever before. Where numerous business teams and departments, including the ODCs, enjoy access to a multifunction conference centre, focus rooms, collaborative areas, executive zones and IT services.
Each zone was defined through a colour scheme and connected through a neutral material palette. We kept business units in close proximity to one another in different zones connected by large spacious walkways. By enabling infrastructure sharing, ADEelite efficiently reduced square foot per person while significantly increasing collaborative space.
We also designed this large corporate headquarter to encourage spontaneous and informal interactions; just one of the many ideas we infused into the space that reflects the company culture and inspires its employees every day. The highlight of this project? Achieving 100% modularity, and enabling 90% reuse of all infrastructure assets – including furniture, partitions and fabric ducting – for the new campus.