Two new aesthetic design themes for Otis elevators in India reflect Indian warmth and culture as well as the “new age” of modern India – providing new, sleek design options for building architects and designers. The two new interior themes, named Aura and Atmos, will be available on a select range of Gen2® elevators manufactured at the Otis factory in Bengaluru. Otis, the world’s leading manufacturer and maintainer of people-moving products, including elevators, escalators and moving walkways, is a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX).
Each theme consists of a set of colours, materials and finishes conceptualized by a team of industrial designers incorporating feedback from architects, real estate developers and passengers. It captures a theme of organic continuum and understated elegance, symbolizing the rich legacy of Otis in India for the past 125 years.
The Aura theme reflects the warmth of Indian culture, with an opulent look and a warm, welcoming feel. The materials and colours used showcase current interior trends. Highlights of this design are the intricate work of mirror patterns on the ceilings and walls illuminated with soft lights.
The Atmos elevator range captures modern India, with a blend of technology and nature. The space delivers passengers to a place of panoramic clarity, freshness and calm. Cool colours, soft lighting and mirror panels offer a sense of vastness and muted edges characterize this look. They’re available now from Otis Elevator Company (India) Limited (“Otis India”), the local Otis operating entity.
“Indian customers have consistently chosen Otis as the brand they trust. They have always viewed Otis products as those that are safe and technologically advanced,” said
Sebi Joseph, President, Otis India.
“These new aesthetic packages will further enhance our ability to support building designers and owners in providing a stylish and contemporary environment for passengers.”
Sanjay Sudhakaran, Director, Sales and Marketing Strategy, Otis India, said,
“Elevators are personal spaces with short and memorable moments of engagement. It’s our endeavour to make this as fulfilling as possible.”