We believe that in any design situation, whatever the problem, it is essential to ‘consult’, ‘act’ and ‘deliver’ quickly.
At DWP Interics, our success has been built on our ability to listen to the client. We create customized solutions using local materials and techniques, but with a global approach. Our holistic approach to design combines the needs of the client with the latest in technology to provide sustainable interiors that improves the quality of the facility’s occupants.
From working on developing inclusive spaces with the interiors of major banks like Barclays, ABN Ambro, ING Vysya, to large scale campuses for SAP, Google, Reliance Jio, Apple, Oracle among others, DWP Interics has worked with a diverse range of corporate projects.
With technology being a key connector with design, we have the experience to merge it with the skilled MEP coordination in our projects. We have worked on new age start ups such as Inmobi, Hike and Western Union as well as financial and Banking organisations such as Societe Generale and HSBC.
We’ve been there, done that! And yet, we continue to learn and progress.
Design is core within the dwp Interics framework and connects innovation with creativity by uniting diverse disciplines, technologies and progressive environments. We believe that it relates directly to human experience. It is important to cater to human behaviour in such a manner that the intention of design is almost invisible to the client and it almost becomes a backdrop that architecture falls naturally into.
Incubators, co-working spaces, start-up spaces, innovation centers, maker spaces, research institutes—these represent just some of what is now a growing portfolio of workspaces cradling the process of innovation at dwp interics.
Dwp Interics acknowledges and accepts newer and more powerful technologies to help develop our designs and also to help showcase our design to the client. Our team is now eloquent with Revit and BIM. Virtual reality and web based tools have also become part of our design communication process.
For as much as we have been mesmerized by iconic designs, flashy technology, and the excitement of bold colours on walls and furniture, successful spaces respond to what workers need—as teams or as individuals.
Our Design & Build Management team provides a collaborative teaming approach combined with strong support and guidance to the project in our capacity as an independent consultant.
The design and build delivery method is a shift from the more traditional design-bid-build delivery of interior fit out contracts. In design-build, projects offer the client a cohesive experience of concept + architecture + interior design + management as benefits that enhance the value of a project.
DWP Interics has a strong and efficient project management team.
Our project managers work closely with the client in order to ensure the success of the project.
Our managers assigned to the project sees the project coordination and planning from start to finish. This includes budgeting, scheduling, order tracking, status reporting, on site management and closure of the project.
Employees, especially those from the younger generations, now have the expectation that the organization they work for provides them a workplace that is healthy.
Some examples of LEED projects that DWP Interics has worked on:GOLD Rating
While technology innovations have opened up exciting new ways to light up office spaces, the goals of a successful lighting design remains the same- to place light purposefully, economically, and for maximum benefit of end users.
Our approach to finding the best value for a project includes: proposing alternate design solutions and providing reality check on pricing and lead times.
Good acoustic design supports performance, productivity and collaborative workplace objectives.
We have two objectives in mind while designing for good acoustics- isolation of noise and mitigating reverberation of noise within a room.
Graphic Design is today an integral part of the built environment.
Through print and interactive installations, it can express branding and strategic messaging creating a sense of pride and inclusion amongst the employees.