Ecoinch Services Private Limited is an experienced interior-design company based in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India. And although beautiful furnishings and enticing décor form part of Ecoinch’s daily commitments, there is another element that has helped made this design firm stand out amongst competitors: its focus on sustainability and how green designs and eco-friendly interiors and spaces can give our planet a much-needed boost.
Let’s get to know these design professionals while also being inspired by some of their most beautiful portfolio pieces…
What makes a design “green”? Well, Ecoinch’s experience working on green buildings and sustainable architecture has led to them uncovering (and specialising in) the four key elements that make up a green space:
• Physical: From products to buildings, anything that affects one’s physical environment and influences the end users’ wellbeing.
• Mental: The greening up of eye-catching interiors and urban planning that enhance users’ efficiency, comfort- and happiness levels.
• Financial: If something is truly sustainable, then it must also be financially relevant. Going green presents one with a variety of ideas and opportunities to save and/or make money through the green product’s lifecycle.
• Social: Structures’ social impact is enhanced (“greened up’) to result in positive change.
Not based anywhere near India, yet curious to see how Ecoinch can enhance your design project? No problem! The same happened to clients throughout the USA, Canada, China, Korea and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Fortunately for them (and you), we offer specialised design-only packages for clients located across PAN India and international countries.
These design-only packages, which are completed remotely, differ to include various operations and styles (ranging from architecture and interior design to kitchen design and much more).
Visit the Ecoinch website to see how your next dream design can become a reality.
• Visual comfort
• Thermal comfort
• Acoustic comfort
Health and wellbeing:
• Healthy materials
• Anti-viral/bacterial and other appropriate finishes
• Lighting and ventilation (calculated).
• Passive interior architecture
• Water-efficient smart fixtures
• Eco-friendly and low-energy air-conditioners
• Motion- and daylight sensors and control logic
• Star-rated appliances and equipment
• Smart sub-metering for:
o Lighting consumption
o Power back-up consumption.
• Home automation system for:
o AC and fresh air monitoring (healthy homes)
o Lighting management
o CO2 control and monitoring system.
• The use of indigenous materials
• Using materials with high-recycled content
• Innovative use of salvaged materials
• Incorporating eco-friendly wood-based materials
• Green consumables during interior fit-outs
• Fresh air ventilation (during winters)
• Daylight integration with electric circuits
• Provide thermal comfort for wellbeing
• Provide acoustic privacy through performance-tested materials and techniques
• Address indoor air pollutant contamination through adequate passive and active measures
• Use of low-emitting eco-friendly chemicals during fit-outs to help eradicate constant health issues.
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