“Home”; an ultimate destination, is a place where one seeks comfort. Hence, embracing warmth is something that was aimed with this design solution. In this residential apartment, interior design and execution were the scope of our work that have turned into an area of emphasis now.
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Sneak peek into the boho chic home of Chumbak co-founder Vivek Prabhakar and Shubhra Chadda in Bengaluru. Unlike the popular notion, even maximalism requires meticulousness. Case in point, the beautifully planned and executed home of Chumbak’s co-founder and husband-wife duo, Vivek Prabhakar and Shubhra Chadda.
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This home is a private residence designed for a family of four in Bangalore. The apartment is spread over 2,800 square feet and features an earthy, eclectic material palette and selection across. Located on the South side of the city on the 21st floor, the rooms are filled with natural light with cityscape views.
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Mumbai has the highest number of millionaires and billionaires among all cities in India. It is home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a visit to the city is sure an experience that one never forgets due to its beautiful architecture, art, and contemporary design.
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ZZ Architects has recently revealed the contemporary design of a luxury apartment that follows a maximalist design concept. Leading by the architecture and interior design studio’s founding partners, Zubin Zainuddin and Krupa Zud, this interior design project is about a unique property that is located in Mumbai.
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This 10,680 sqft residence proposed with the concept of villa embraces Indian ethos with an interesting mix in a modern setting. The concept follows the principles of Vastu, the ancient Indian science of energy flow and the region’s climatic conditions, where the requirement was to create five bedrooms, living room, a private family room, a kitchen, a dining space, home theatre and gym.
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This is a luxurious, contemporary home for businessman designed by P & D Associates. Often, we see a mix of design styles in a home like traditional + contemporary, or traditional + modern, or ethnic + modern. But, this is contemporary in every aspect from furniture to walls and colours.
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Designed by Gowri Adappa, this Pinterest-worthy apartment features eclectic art, Pierre Jeanneret-inspired chairs and heirloom Kerala antiques. Take a tour.
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The architect’s stark, linear, clean aesthetic inspired a house without any rigid boundaries, where disparate spaces flow seamlessly, yet present areas that are perfectly intimate for each member of this family of five
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In a quiet street of Bengaluru’s upmarket Indiranagar area lies a sprawling corner property surrounded by old trees. It’s a view the residents—a family of four—bask in daily. Spread over three storeys, the interiors of this 15,000 sq ft abode are a melange of luxurious marble, earthy wooden accents and art.
A 1,500 Sqft, second home for a professional with an itinerant lifestyle, this apartment was designed to create a sense of stability and repose between trips. The crux of the spatial intervention was the opening up the existing linear compartmentalised orchestration into an upbeat, almost studio apartment-like setting.
“Naked is a small 1000 sft studio for a bachelor that is undraped, undisguised and unexaggerated. The client’s bold vision and unconventional brief required us to think of an open plan with no walls and no doors akin to Philip Johnson’s Glass house.