A fusion interior design concept for the CRIB offices were done and built by RM Perera, where it was designed to be a mix of formal and informal styles fusing cohesively.
Reception counter is a modern design with mdf painted white mixed with a beautiful teak veneer panels that juts out/in at a higher level to act as hand rests for customers. The reception counter is backed by a sleek looking storage unit at the back. We added miniature indoor plants to bring out life and colour to the environment.
All office tables were done with 3 kinds of imported melamine boards called “teak” and “jungle teak”; and white. White and one of the timber finished melamine boards were mixed to create a sophisticated and modern look that’s not very typical of a government institution.
Chairman’s office, board room tables, arches, doors, wall paneling was done out of imported veneer to give out a more polished and exclusive look.
The blue colour scallop-y sofa steals the show by sitting right in the middle of the waiting area – takes away the monotony created by the formal look of everything else.