Reaching higher for ROSA

Reaching higher for ROSA

Reaching higher for ROSA

Reaching higher for ROSA

Reaching higher for ROSA

SPACE & INTERIOR DESIGN + BRANDED SPACES + INTERACTION DESIGN

SPACE & INTERIOR DESIGN + BRANDED SPACES + INTERACTION DESIGN

SPACE & INTERIOR DESIGN + BRANDED SPACES + INTERACTION DESIGN

SPACE & INTERIOR DESIGN + BRANDED SPACES + INTERACTION DESIGN

SPACE & INTERIOR DESIGN + BRANDED SPACES + INTERACTION DESIGN

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Our interior design and branded graphics for UNICEF ROSA (Regional Office for South Asia) were developed to reflect this modern world class organization and its inspiring work culture and ethics, putting children in the spotlight. With the Convention of the Rights of the Child as foundation, we aimed to motivate and energize people working in the environment with a sense of pride and purpose,
 
A place for children’s rights
The UNICEF ROSA office at Kathmandu, Nepal provides training, programs and support to eight offices in the region and other humanitarian partners, aiding field workers to carry out their mission to protect and promote children’s rights. ROSA wanted us to change the internal layouts of their offices to utilize the existing space efficiently and to accommodate increased functions and productivity. The campus renovation included 8 buildings, services and other functional areas spanning over 22,320 square feet. The brand graphics were to elaborate on a theme focusing on the work ROSA does in the South Asian region with children as the face of the organization.

Our interior design and branded graphics for UNICEF ROSA (Regional Office for South Asia) were developed to reflect this modern world class organization and its inspiring work culture and ethics, putting children in the spotlight. With the Convention of the Rights of the Child as foundation, we aimed to motivate and energize people working in the environment with a sense of pride and purpose, 
 
A place for children’s rights
The UNICEF ROSA office at Kathmandu, Nepal provides training, programs and support to eight offices in the region and other humanitarian partners, aiding field workers to carry out their mission to protect and promote children’s rights. ROSA wanted us to change the internal layouts of their offices to utilize the existing space efficiently and to accommodate increased functions and productivity. The campus renovation included 8 buildings, services and other functional areas spanning over 22,320 square feet. The brand graphics were to elaborate on a theme focusing on the work ROSA does in the South Asian region with children as the face of the organization.

Our interior design and branded graphics for UNICEF ROSA (Regional Office for South Asia) were developed to reflect this modern world class organization and its inspiring work culture and ethics, putting children in the spotlight. With the Convention of the Rights of the Child as foundation, we aimed to motivate and energize people working in the environment with a sense of pride and purpose, 
 
A place for children’s rights
The UNICEF ROSA office at Kathmandu, Nepal provides training, programs and support to eight offices in the region and other humanitarian partners, aiding field workers to carry out their mission to protect and promote children’s rights. ROSA wanted us to change the internal layouts of their offices to utilize the existing space efficiently and to accommodate increased functions and productivity. The campus renovation included 8 buildings, services and other functional areas spanning over 22,320 square feet. The brand graphics were to elaborate on a theme focusing on the work ROSA does in the South Asian region with children as the face of the organization.

Our interior design and branded graphics for UNICEF ROSA (Regional Office for South Asia) were developed to reflect this modern world class organization and its inspiring work culture and ethics, putting children in the spotlight. With the Convention of the Rights of the Child as foundation, we aimed to motivate and energize people working in the environment with a sense of pride and purpose, 
 
A place for children’s rights
The UNICEF ROSA office at Kathmandu, Nepal provides training, programs and support to eight offices in the region and other humanitarian partners, aiding field workers to carry out their mission to protect and promote children’s rights. ROSA wanted us to change the internal layouts of their offices to utilize the existing space efficiently and to accommodate increased functions and productivity. The campus renovation included 8 buildings, services and other functional areas spanning over 22,320 square feet. The brand graphics were to elaborate on a theme focusing on the work ROSA does in the South Asian region with children as the face of the organization.

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Designing for people and place
Our design for the spaces was holistic, looking at both environment and graphics. We strove to incorporate sustainable technology by installing solar panels on the roof which were connected to the electric grid. By finding a solution that was environment and climate sensitive, critical facilities like ICT equipment, lights, fans and appliances were powered without interruption. A sense of pride and ownership was instilled through a welcome degree of order, working comfort and visual coherence.

As UNICEF works with many different nations, it was imperative to bring a cohesive structure by combining various elements of South Asian culture through textures, colours and ambience.

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Designing for people and place
Our design for the spaces was holistic, looking at both environment and graphics. We strove to incorporate sustainable technology by installing solar panels on the roof which were connected to the electric grid. By finding a solution that was environment and climate sensitive, critical facilities like ICT equipment, lights, fans and appliances were powered without interruption. A sense of pride and ownership was instilled through a welcome degree of order, working comfort and visual coherence.

As UNICEF works with many different nations, it was imperative to bring a cohesive structure by combining various elements of South Asian culture through textures, colours and ambience.

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Designing for people and place
Our design for the spaces was holistic, looking at both environment and graphics. We strove to incorporate sustainable technology by installing solar panels on the roof which were connected to the electric grid. By finding a solution that was environment and climate sensitive, critical facilities like ICT equipment, lights, fans and appliances were powered without interruption. A sense of pride and ownership was instilled through a welcome degree of order, working comfort and visual coherence.

As UNICEF works with many different nations, it was imperative to bring a cohesive structure by combining various elements of South Asian culture through textures, colours and ambience.

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Designing for people and place
Our design for the spaces was holistic, looking at both environment and graphics. We strove to incorporate sustainable technology by installing solar panels on the roof which were connected to the electric grid. By finding a solution that was environment and climate sensitive, critical facilities like ICT equipment, lights, fans and appliances were powered without interruption. A sense of pride and ownership was instilled through a welcome degree of order, working comfort and visual coherence.

As UNICEF works with many different nations, it was imperative to bring a cohesive structure by combining various elements of South Asian culture through textures, colours and ambience.

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Designing for people and place
Our design for the spaces was holistic, looking at both environment and graphics. We strove to incorporate sustainable technology by installing solar panels on the roof which were connected to the electric grid. By finding a solution that was environment and climate sensitive, critical facilities like ICT equipment, lights, fans and appliances were powered without interruption. A sense of pride and ownership was instilled through a welcome degree of order, working comfort and visual coherence.

As UNICEF works with many different nations, it was imperative to bring a cohesive structure by combining various elements of South Asian culture through textures, colours and ambience.

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The Master Installation at the entrance reception represents ROSA’s motto to bring everyone together to fight for children’s rights. The word UNITE appears in 8 different regional languages made in three dimensional modules alongside images of children superimposed on the map of South Asia.Sub Master Installations were planned, one in every building, also incorporating regional languages.

The Master Installation at the entrance reception represents ROSA’s motto to bring everyone together to fight for children’s rights. The word UNITE appears in 8 different regional languages made in three dimensional modules alongside images of children superimposed on the map of South Asia.Sub Master Installations were planned, one in every building, also incorporating regional languages.

The Master Installation at the entrance reception represents ROSA’s motto to bring everyone together to fight for children’s rights. The word UNITE appears in 8 different regional languages made in three dimensional modules alongside images of children superimposed on the map of South Asia.Sub Master Installations were planned, one in every building, also incorporating regional languages.

The Master Installation at the entrance reception represents ROSA’s motto to bring everyone together to fight for children’s rights. The word UNITE appears in 8 different regional languages made in three dimensional modules alongside images of children superimposed on the map of South Asia.Sub Master Installations were planned, one in every building, also incorporating regional languages.

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At the Cafeteria, a bountiful tree laden with fruits from all over South Asia embodied abundance and good health.

At the Cafeteria, a bountiful tree laden with fruits from all over South Asia embodied abundance and good health.

At the Cafeteria, a bountiful tree laden with fruits from all over South Asia embodied abundance and good health.

A recharged campus that reflects South Asia
We successfully opened up spaces to create an uplifting experience and as a result people felt great about coming to a positive energy workspace. We unified every aspect of the ROSA Campus from parking signage, colour schemes to environmental graphics and furniture to make UNICEF ROSA the vibrant space it is today. The environments reflect the philosophy and professionalism of UNICEF simultaneously bridging the multicultural ethos of the regions of South Asia. The ROSA employees were ecstatic about the new design.
 
Clients speak
“Thanks for doing a tremendous job with ROSA. Every single day I am happy that we did the big change.” – Karin Hulshof, Regional Director for South Asia, UNICEF

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A recharged campus that reflects South Asia
We successfully opened up spaces to create an uplifting experience and as a result people felt great about coming to a positive energy workspace. We unified every aspect of the ROSA Campus from parking signage, colour schemes to environmental graphics and furniture to make UNICEF ROSA the vibrant space it is today. The environments reflect the philosophy and professionalism of UNICEF simultaneously bridging the multicultural ethos of the regions of South Asia. The ROSA employees were ecstatic about the new design.
 
Clients speak
“Thanks for doing a tremendous job with ROSA. Every single day I am happy that we did the big change.” – Karin Hulshof, Regional Director for South Asia, UNICEF

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A recharged campus that reflects South Asia
We successfully opened up spaces to create an uplifting experience and as a result people felt great about coming to a positive energy workspace. We unified every aspect of the ROSA Campus from parking signage, colour schemes to environmental graphics and furniture to make UNICEF ROSA the vibrant space it is today. The environments reflect the philosophy and professionalism of UNICEF simultaneously bridging the multicultural ethos of the regions of South Asia. The ROSA employees were ecstatic about the new design. 
 
Clients speak
“Thanks for doing a tremendous job with ROSA. Every single day I am happy that we did the big change.” – Karin Hulshof, Regional Director for South Asia, UNICEF

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A recharged campus that reflects South Asia
We successfully opened up spaces to create an uplifting experience and as a result people felt great about coming to a positive energy workspace. We unified every aspect of the ROSA Campus from parking signage, colour schemes to environmental graphics and furniture to make UNICEF ROSA the vibrant space it is today. The environments reflect the philosophy and professionalism of UNICEF simultaneously bridging the multicultural ethos of the regions of South Asia. The ROSA employees were ecstatic about the new design. 
 
Clients speak
“Thanks for doing a tremendous job with ROSA. Every single day I am happy that we did the big change.” – Karin Hulshof, Regional Director for South Asia, UNICEF

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A recharged campus that reflects South Asia
We successfully opened up spaces to create an uplifting experience and as a result people felt great about coming to a positive energy workspace. We unified every aspect of the ROSA Campus from parking signage, colour schemes to environmental graphics and furniture to make UNICEF ROSA the vibrant space it is today. The environments reflect the philosophy and professionalism of UNICEF simultaneously bridging the multicultural ethos of the regions of South Asia. The ROSA employees were ecstatic about the new design. 
 
Clients speak
“Thanks for doing a tremendous job with ROSA. Every single day I am happy that we did the big change.” – Karin Hulshof, Regional Director for South Asia, UNICEF

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Lopez Design Pvt. Ltd.
B - 558, Sushant Lok Phase 1,
Gurugram, Harayana - 122022

CALL
0124-4921810, 4923148

 

 

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Lopez Design Pvt. Ltd.
B - 558, Sushant Lok Phase 1,
Gurugram, Harayana - 122022

CALL
0124-4921810, 4923148

 

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Monday - Friday