Mumbai is a city of paradoxes. It has high rises on one side and slums on the other. It has people who are living in houses that are spread over five thousand square feet. These people have a view of the sun rise, along with a view of the horizon of the Arabian Sea. On the other hand, there are people that are dwelling in huts on the shores of Arabian Sea. There are people that have houses which are as good as museums and at the same time, there are people living in houses that do not have electricity. This is why Mumbai is a mix of everything and there is nothing stopping the mega city from growing in all possible ways.
Mumbai has reached amazing heights in business, development, information technology and construction. The construction in Mumbai has expanded over the past few years. The skyline of Mumbai has changed drastically as there has not only been an increase in residential buildings and complexes, but there has also been an increase in the number of office spaces in Mumbai. There are many multi-national companies that are setting foot in Mumbai, which end up needing an office space to work from. This has also led to an increase in the demand for office interior designers in Mumbai. There are interior designers that specifically design work spaces, which has been very helpful for clients. This is because they completely depend on the office designers for the best design of their offices.
Along with a rise in the new office spaces in Mumbai, there has also been a rise in the number of residential spaces in Mumbai. The new residential complexes have a lot of facilities and amenities in them and some of them are as good as hotels. They have everything from a gymnasium to a tennis court to a swimming pool in them. The older residential complexes have also tried hard to keep up with facilities that are available in the newer residential complexes. Thus, the managing committee members of old residential complexes are opting to choose few of the best names from a list of architects and interior designers in Mumbai, in order to redo their existing residential complexes.
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