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The plot, sits within a community of 15 other bungalows, which had to abide to the Builder’s common plans, facade planning, finishing treatment and appearance. Due to these constraints, the internal spaces and planning became our way to experiment with the design of this house.

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A welcome change from the cramped and clustered city spaces, Castle Royale in Pune is a step towards expansive housing. Brought to life on a rustic backdrop, the house evokes a sense of nostalgia while exuding a quiet calmness with its refreshing view of abundant green canopies.

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Re-envisioning a place called Home -A Gorgeous 3,229 sqft, Singapore Home

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Veshali Visvanaath (founder, curator and interior designer at the Singapore based antiques and furniture store Prakalyam Gallery) has an impressive portfolio of expertly designed and executed, residential and commercial projects. The latest from her portfolio is the 3,229 sq.ft. apartment in Singapore belonging to the beautiful couple, Kavitha and Irving.

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The safe rule to use colours in a home, especially a smaller one, is to have a couple of schemes and stick to them. But designer Krsna Mehta isn’t one to follow convention. At his 1,100 sqft Breach Candy apartment in Mumbai that he shares with his cats Baileys and Google, colour reigns supreme.

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A word of advice, if I may: bookmark this post. I have a feeling you’ll want to come back to it again in the near future. It is a reference point in interior design of all sorts: how to drape furniture in silk, adorn the floor in patterned tiles, and embellish the walls in jaw-dropping artifacts.

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If we had to describe architect Kavan Shah’s body of work in one word, it would be gritty, dramatic and au naturel. Since he started his practice, KSDS in 2015, this young genius has conceptualised, curated and created avant-garde designs, that range from residential, commercial and public architecture.

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When people think of a multifunctional home with space-saving and utilitarian elements, very rarely does a glamorous or stylish image come to mind,” is how interior designer Jannat Vasi describes the biggest challenge she faced while crafting Park Home—a 2,500-square-feet apartment in Bengaluru.

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“The Contemporary Taupe”, A 1,900 sqft, Vadodara Residence, by Spaxis Design

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Sanjana Kantawala and Helly Shah of Spaxis Design undertook a project of designing a home that felt like a warm embrace – a haven where you can relax and unwind! Aptly titled “The Contemporary Taupe,” this home is a tribute to the paradox of employing a variety of timeless materials, patterns and textures in a neutral palette to create a modern contemporary look.

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A Gorgeous Holiday Home in Coonoor, by Phylosophy Design Studio

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Architect Vasundhara Sampath & her team at Phylosophy Design Studio design a gorgeous holiday home in the Nilgiris for their client – A home with some stunning views of the sorrounding tea estates, and equally gorgeous interiors.

We were approached by Priyanka to design her holiday home in the enchanting hill station of Coonoor, amidst the sprawling tea gardens.

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“Vansh”, A 2,200 sqft, Vadodara Home by Pranay Shah Designs

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“Vansh”, a 2,000 sqft flat of Mr. Damani was designed simply keeping in mind the concept of minimalism being the ultimate beauty of the whole space. The entrance of this space is beautifully designed by our interior designers using diagonal lines that have also been merged with the safety door pattern too which look harmonised in the design.

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Every year, Shoba Natarajan is lured back to her hometown of Chennai after spending a chunk of her time in the US, where she permanently resides. For someone who spends months together away from the country in which they were born, a hankering for familiar surroundings is perhaps only natural.

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Founder and interior designer of A square designs, Ajay Arya not only flamboyantly designed this penthouse, but also dramatically summarises the needs of the owners in every corner of this home. Arya’s idea of design seamlessly clinches the theatrics of palette and patterns, ensuring that the dichotomy between contrast and brightness reverberates throughout the penthouse.

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“The Rock House, Ahmedabad,” by tHE gRID Architects

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The Ahmedabad-based multispecialty architecture firm tHE gRID Architects led by Snehal Suthar and Bhadri Suthar has recently completed ”Rock House”, a unique project which is sustainable and made from all local labour and local tradition craft of stone masonry, situated near Ahmedabad, #India.

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“Inside Sonam Kapoor Ahuja’s Art-Filled London Home & Studio ” : Open Door

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Sonam Kapoor Ahuja gave AD India a tour of her tasteful London townhouse and her impeccably decorated office space. The actor’s colourful home, located in west London’s fashionable Notting Hill, is a nod to her sense of style, her personality as well as her roots; “I think your home and your office are a massive reflection of who you are as a person.”

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“The Introvert House”, Pune by Amoeba Design

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Designed by Amoeba Design, The Introvert House in Pune is the humble abode of the acclaimed cinematographer Swapnil Sonawane and his family. The home not only captures the inherent aesthetic sensibilities of its occupants, it even makes an instant connection with guests – making people feel completely at home.

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A Cosy, 1,950 sqft, 5bhk Home, Navelim, Goa, by Enid Viola Aguiar

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This home is tucked away in a beautiful village in south Goa named Navelim. Goa is known for its rich Portuguese heritage and architecture. Hence the clients main requirement was to preserve this feature as well incorporate modern amenities. The total built up area is 195sqmts, G+1 and it is a 5bhk bungalow which was reconstructed by demolishing the existing old structure.

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Tavish: “A 10,000 sqft, Stunning Ahmedabad Home by Dreamscape Architects”

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Located in a rather quiet suburban area of Ahmedabad, our recent project Taavish sits in the middle of a gated community that exudes serenity. Housing a family of five, along with a pet dog and an African Gray parrot, the client’s brief stated that the residential space should be as serene as the community itself.

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Mumbai : “When 5 Star Luxury meets a Warm & Cosy vibe”. Home by Ganesh Nair of WhisteSpace Design

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Ganesh Nair of Whitespace Design, creates this stunning Mumbai Home, that makes you feel good! Each and every corner of this lovely home is a visual delight, and a balm for sore eyes. This Mumbai Home, for a family of four is refreshing and something different from what one gets to see regularly in Mumbai.

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The Elegant “Shajanand Viha”, Surat, by Layout Design Studio

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Enveloped in an earthy palette, this 1,410 sq. ft home in Surat is tranquillity wrapped in tradition. A breath-taking lime-plastered wall in rust, detailed with grey tile and wooden moulding, becomes the first glance of this three-bedroom home named ‘Shajanand Viha‘.

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The 3,200 sqft, “Jani Residence”, Surat by Studio Martise

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A house is a shelter consisting of walls, floors, doors, windows; roof etc. in which human being live.” This is something which is very basic requirement for any human but giving the house a home feel is something which really makes a big difference in basic requirement.

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“The RSA Residence”, Faridabad, by Purple Studio

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Located in a quiet corner in the center of the city, the residence is a perfect amalgamation of both modern and traditional architectural design practices. Its material palette ranges from using natural wood to granite and metal, all of which contribute towards making this design successful. The

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The Classic Memoir: “A 1,200 sqft, warm & inviting Surat Home”, by Hidden Architects

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There was a time in the pre-Corona era when we all had the freedom to go on long expeditions across the globe. Mr. Manish Dua is one such person who has always loved traveling and appreciated the art and architecture of European cities.

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Designed for a vibrant and fun-loving client who enjoys travelling and entertaining, this three-bedroom home reflects the family member’s personalities. Mumbai-based multidisciplinary design firm Studio Nishita Kamdar was called upon to create a space where the family could entertain friends but also retain their privacy.

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When Satviki Trivedi tore down one of the walls in the kitchen of her Ahmedabad, India, apartment, she discovered something unexpected: A neem tree so green and lush that it immediately filled the home with its presence. “I was so excited to invite that tree into my space,” says the 26-year-old interior designer.

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HOUSE AROUND THE SKYLIGHT : A 1,081 sqft, Pune Home by Amoeba Design

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We want a place that looks rich and classy and yet it should look like a home. Now it’s up to you!” This was a very straight forward brief from our client with their limited budget. They wanted a home that is classy, spacious and peaceful with lots of storage.

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Pune : “43 Privet Drive”, A warm & inviting 1,200 sqft, Home by S.ALT Atelier

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This 1,200 sqft 3bhk home designed by Design Firm S.ALT Atelier, for the family of 3 is flooded with natural light in all the rooms. The young couple wanted a calming space, with a subtle take on luxury in their new home where their 4 year old would grow up.

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Ahmedabad : “An elegant 6,000 sqft Home, by Designer Aparna Mehra”

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It is a 6000 sqft penthouse in a posh locality of Ahmedabad built for a family of 4. I wanted to give it a contemporary Indian feel, blending local materials and careful workmanship. A rich everlasting companionship of colours and textures to appeal to the senses.

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Vadodara : “A Gorgeous 10,000 sqft, 4bhk Home by KN Associates.”

Source: Housethome

The entire house was conceptualized in the form of huge mass, voids of the same volume, and extended columns and beams to show an open structural grid. This project is defined by two principle elements. The first is the play of volumes in a dwelling that illustrates interesting double height spaces and second is the use of raw materials and perforated brick patterns.

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Surat : “An elegant 2,049 sqft, 4bhk Apartment, by Utopia Designs”

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The project involved creating a 4BHK show-flat for a mixed-use development located in one of Surat’s elite precincts. A bare shell flat with basic provisions had to be converted into a show-flat that would demonstrate the usage of space vis vis structural elements.