Who Are We?

Opus Indigo is an internationally acclaimed furniture brand based in Delhi NCR, India. We design and produce ergonomic furniture for creating personal workspaces that provide comfort and safety for your body. The entire assortment is designed and developed by our skilled experts who use the best quality raw materials and state-of-the-art production technologies in the fabrication process. Our ergonomic products are well-assembled and have a long service life.

Personal workstations

Avoid the ill effects of laptop use with furniture specially designed for personal workspaces.

Office work zones

Transform your workspace to improve productivity with 'active' furniture from Opus Indigo.

Children’s spaces

Embrace ergonomics and explore furniture with creative designs for creative young minds.

education-space

Education environments

Ditch restrictive furniture and choose from ergonomic options for progressive classrooms.

The Masterminds

Innovative design thinking led us to start Opus Indigo. We are ergonomic furniture manufacturers who believe in supporting the well-being of working individuals. Our design thinking approach helped Opus Indigo offer furniture items that are practical and useful, not only for adults but also for kids. The three pillars of our company are:
Vinod Gupta
Architect
Dr Vinod Gupta is a designer whose concerns over Indians stuck with the myth of ‘the comfortable ergonomic chair’ as the answer to office work-related health problems led him to design better ergonomic solutions.
Sanjay Choudhry
Entrepreneur
Sanjay Choudhry is a first-generation Engineering Entrepreneur and founding Director of Opus Indigo Designs Pvt Ltd.
L.P. Singh
Architect
L.P. Singh is an architect by profession and is a partner in Opus Indigo Designs, where he is responsible for projects and operations.
Adopt Ergonomics

Where Productivity Meets Well-being

Furniture Designed for You

Opus Indigo’s range of ergonomic furniture is designed while considering the latest medical research that supports an active lifestyle.

Prevent Health Problems

Upgrade your workspace with ergonomic furniture from Opus Indigo that ensures user well-being above all else.

Made in India for Indians

Our team understands the Indian ethos and designs for Indian culture, social behaviour, and economic and spatial limitations.

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