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A Fun, bright, clutter free & engaging room for twin boys: Mumbai Home.

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The room has a modern English look with a neutral base and sage green as the accent colour. Sage green creates a space that’s full of life while still being relaxing and easy to live with. The sage-hued open shelf showcases the figurines and toys that pair well with the white elements.

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In this Mumbai home, realised by local firm ns*a Architecture and Interiors, arches define a series of elegant spaces designed to reflect the family’s lifestyle and interests. Here studio founders Neesha Alwani and Shruti Jalan share more about the project

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The outskirts of western Ahmedabad are dotted with farmhouses and weekend getaways. Driven by their love for nature, Vaishali and Rasesh made the decision to move away from the city into a home that brings together all their passions: the outdoors, travel and the quiet life.

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Nestled in one of the upmarket neighbourhoods of new Ahmedabad—The Sky City Floris, a 2,700 sq ft four storeyed house, is constructed primarily on the client’s belief of a home. Vivek Kadecha, principal Designer and founder of Vivek Kadecha Interiors, Lifestyle & Design, built the foundation of this home entirely based on his extensive conversations with the client. 

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Before the Inside-Out House was built on the 45,000sqft plot on Bopal Ambli road, one of the most posh areas in western Ahmedabad, it was just a bare piece of land dotted with a few mango trees. After the Inside-Out House was built, it became a thriving, beautifully designed piece of land with a majestic living structure and the mango trees holding pride of place.

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The second home located within an industrial unit was designed by Sustainable Architecture for Earth to bring peace after a long day’s work. At first look, you’d think this property was some kind of a forest lodge tucked away in the hills.

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Kolkata-based designer Ajay Arya’s A Square Designs is one of the most sought-after among the city’s elite for its richly detailed, art-filled luxe interiors. An open plan living and dining space unveiled by them offers a delightful eclectic vibe with a blend of classic and contemporary details.

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The Timeless, Diya House, by SPASM Archictects.

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Designed by Sanjeev Panjabi and Sangeeta Merchant of Spasm Architects this home is all about the trees – detailed within the architecture of the bungalow they form an integral part of the blueprint. Earth walls, expansive courtyards and verdant greenery have been used to combat the stifling heat of Ahmedabad in this luxurious residence.

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The Clifton House is a 3 bedroom 109sqm residence located in Thane, a metropolitan city in Maharashtra, India. Designed by AUM Architects, the home started as an open ended brief with only the functionality of the spaces specified. This provided an enticing empty canvas of sorts for the architects, who adopted an eclectic approach in delivering a design based on continuity and surprise.

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Set in the heart of Chandigarh, 5+1 Peas in a Pod is a contemporary dwelling for a family of five and a newborn. A calm and tranquil residence, the spaces are inspired by the diversities in the personalities of each resident but united by their common love for travel, food, ethnic culture, art and modern aesthetics.

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Located in the suburbs of Khar, is House no. 12, designed by Mumbai based Quirk Studio. This home for three boasts of classic, contemporary and modern aesthetics fused with colour and eclectic art, accessories, furniture and more. To personify the homeowners needs and keeping the design brief in mind, the shell of the abode is crafted to look neutral and monochromatic.

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We have known this client for quite some time and have worked on a number of projects for them. So we were involved in this project right from site selection till the final handover.

After seeing a number of sites, we zeroed in on this 4,200 sq.ft.