With a neon sign that urges people to ‘Dream Big’, vibrant artworks on blue and grey walls and bright couches to unwind in, Camelot CoWorks is a burst of colour and energy in an otherwise glass and concrete sprawling mixed-used township, Aurum Q Parc’ in Navi Mumbai. “I was playing both entrepreneur and designer and this allowed me to work from a very unique perspective and achieve three objectives through my design—increased interaction, increased productivity and increased creativity,” says Amrita Deora, 20, founder of Camelot CoWorks, a 292-seater co-working spaces and a design studio, Camelot Design Studio that curates the aesthetic elements of her family’s real estate business. After a yearlong stint at Central Saint Martins in London to study design, during which she studied and visited several co-working spaces for a project, Deora returned home to set up the Camelot CoWorks in March 2017.
The co-working space has an open seamless design which encourages people to mingle, forge friendships, share ideas and unwind with a cup of coffee or sandwiches. Most of the areas have open workstations, a few cabins with glass walls and partitions that offer a sense of privacy while working and yet allow movement and communication. “It is meant to be a space for