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Mumbai : “This 1,345 sqft, Mumbai Home, takes you on a Visual Feast of Colours, Patterns, Materials & Style”

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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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A Modern, Contemporary 1,350 sqft, 2bhk Surat Apartment by Zero Degree Design

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This project is a 2 BHK – 1350 sq ft show flat so we ensured that every client who comes to see the flat feels strong connection with the space.  Idea behind the design process was to keep the space simple, subtle and sophisticated with deliberate use of texture, clean lines and a pop of color in every room. 

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The Impeccable Apartment : “A 2,750 sqft, Ahemdabad Home, by Palak Shah Design Studio”

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The project is a magnificent four-bedroom home in the tranquil suburbs of Abad, in the Adani Shantigram Township. The flat itself is charming; with three sides that open and faces the lake. The client is a modest family with two young children with a disciplined and upscale personality.

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The Muted Abode: “A 890 sqft, Mumbai Home, by Design Firm Bric n Rug Design Studio”

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The residence rightly coined as ‘The muted abode’ is a representation of what’s possible to create using a very simple palette of colours, finishes, and materials. It embodies the family’s simple lifestyle but doesn’t shy away from a vivacious statement. The clients wanted a home that’s sophisticated and modern that led us to conceptualize the project in a rich contemporary theme with a material palette of stone, metal, and mirror that complement each other making an expansive abode.

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From beaches to desert, and historical to contemporary design, we’ve uncovered the coolest houses you can rent in India. They’re no ordinary houses either. They include a mud house, a house made from shipping containers and a tree house. Your vacation is sure to be a memorable one!

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Bangalore : A Cosy, 922 sqft, Pet friendly, Home, by Concepto Studio

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The client came to us with a very specific requirement of having his entire house pet friendly and keeping it simple, so we immediately came up with idea of keeping it minimalistic and playing with the basic colour palette of black and white with a tinch of gold to add luxury to the entire space.

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This twenty year old townhouse in Bangalore is an evocative repository of culture and memory. It is layered with art and antiques that embody an ethos of tropical modernism in the most authentic fashion. Seemingly suspended in time, the home is a crossover between restoration and gut renovation – spreading across the second floor and terrace level of an old building tucked away in the quiet streets of Indiranagar.

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A warm and laid-back home filled with earthy textures. The interiors feature a modest colour palette that revolves around warm and neutral tones. This home is a breath of fresh air, fusing traditional elements in a modern yet minimalistic set-up. Maintaining the crisp, au-natural colour scheme across the home, the client wanted a laid-back home.

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The welcome challenge at hand was to unite a plethora of spatial requirements with the blueprint and a budget-sensitive proposition. The original shell of the builder-grade apartment was resolved in sections to achieve a cohesive floor plan that was responsive to the needs of the family.

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Located on a quiet residential street in New Delhi, India, an Impressive Circular Aperture within a square Brick screen dominates ‘Safdarjang Residence’, a family house by AKDA studio. The Intricate façade is deeply inspired by Louis Kahn‘s work — which left a permanent mark on the Architecture of the Indian subcontinent; a somber, monumental, yet calm monolithic style.

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Of the many adjectives that come to mind when one walks into the sumptuously stylish Marine Drive apartment of Cecilia Morelli and Rohan Parikh—sweeping, striking, inviting, vibrant—khichdi is not one. Yet Cecilia references the desi dish, as well as the French slang word bordel (chaos) to describe her recently renovated home.

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Ooty : “A Gorgeous, Country Cottage Style Home overlooking the Emerald Lake & Tea Estates”

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The foremost design inspiration is the landscape itself. We wanted to ensure that the villa features mountain architecture that exudes rustic accents and rugged charm so they blend with their environment and the formations around them. Incorporating elements that bring the outdoors in, was important to the design goal.

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“Serene Abode”, A warm & inviting Surat Home by Dhanad Naik of Formidea Interiors

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A simple home with a minimal approach extrudes calming vibes. This modest two-storey bungalow in Surat belongs to a retired couple. Being the only two permanent occupants of the place, they were looking for a peaceful and relaxing abode. Keeping this into consideration, the designers weave simple forms to cater elegance with minimalism creatively.

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“Celebrity Green”, A 1,450 sqft, minimalistic Surat Home, by One Space Interiors

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This 3bhk Surat Home, designed by One Space Interiors is designed optimises space, includes maximum functions & revolves around the philosophy of creating an unique, innovative & clutter free home, reflects the personality and lifestyle of the owner. “???????? ??? ??????

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“The Palmir Garden Residence”, A 2,400 sqft, Gurgaon Penthouse by KaMa Design Studio

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A Penthouse in the city of Gurgaon for a young family of 4, it is a simple & welcoming apartment with quirky accents in pastel tones. The house is light, airy, contemporary, fun and a perfect abode for the happy little family that resides inside!

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“The Cross Over House”, A 1,461 sqft, Mumbai Home, by AUM Architects

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Indian modernism has been ever evolving. With a clientele that want both worldly charm as well as traditional flavour; this house has been designed to suit the aesthetic palette of a modern Indian. Amalgamating modern and ethnic forms, simplicity in the geometry yet intricate detailing and material palette reminiscent of ethnic designs.

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If there was one place where you felt you could sing to your heart’s content outside the confines of your bathroom, it would be Elakai Munnar. Nestled in the folds of the rolling hills and lush green tea estates surrounding Munnar town, it’s possibly one of the most unusual boutique resorts you could find.

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Bangalore : “The Industrial Chic Home”, by Vinithra Amarnathan of Design Firm, Wee Spaces

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This space is home to a young couple Arun and Daniela. Arun a real estate developer and Daniela a business professional met in Spain and this was their first home after their marriage and move to India. When I first met Arun it was a for less than an hour between my meetings during a visit to Hyderabad for other projects.

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“The Stepped House”, Coonoor, Tamil Nadu by Studio Lotus

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The Stepped House’, is a Private Residence in #Coonoor, Tamil Nadu, designed by Design Firm, @studio_lotus. Located at an altitude of 1,850 metres above sea level, this residence lies amidst the amazingly scenic #Niligiri Mountains, that are home to lush green tea & coffee estates & fruit orchards.

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It’s been a while since Radhika Choksey moved to Amsterdam. So when she was setting up her family home in Mumbai she was very clear that she wanted the space to be everything that was not Amsterdam. She was looking for something colourful and cheery, that blended ethnic with modern.

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The 2,200 sqft, “Pastel Home”, Mumbai, by Design Firm, CREATIVE YARD.

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Designed by Amol Divekar, Principal Architect at Mumbai based Architectural Firm Creative Yard , ‘The Pastel Home‘ is a 2,200 sqft Home in Mumbai combining a 2 & 3 BHK apartment for a family of three generations. With a brightly lit apartment Light tones of Pastels have been used in the entire home with a more vibrant and energetic feel for the Sons’ room.

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Mumbai : “The Brick House” by Design Firm, Vivid Design

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This house was designed for a couple who was excited to use bricks in the house. As a result, during the design process, we incorporated bricks as the main feature wall in the living space. The brick wall creates the perfect light, bright statement plus, the Canvas Artwork pops against the white brick.

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Guided by a modern conception for luxury–one that moves away from the traditional, ostentatious approach and embraces a sparse yet premium aesthetic—this modish residence in Pune basks in its simplicity. The stylish city apartment, crafted by Aditi Nair of AVN Interiors is inhabited by a multi-generational family and designed as an expansive, airy abode of over 2,600 sq ft.

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Breaking away from mundane party culture filled with neon lights, bold-hued rooms and shortage of space, Hyderabad based Aamir and Hameeda Sharma of Aandh redefine your weekend getaway aesthetic with furnishing from Studio Onedot6 and lighting from Love of Light. Planned as a weekend home where the homeowners could unwind and entertain, this 5,000 sq ft apartment in Visakhapatnam offers sweeping views of the sea.

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This gorgeous duplex for a family of six has some incredible window action going on. Gaurav and Vidhita Kharkar created a space that is modern and sophisticated but exudes a welcoming warmth. This three bedroom, sea-facing apartment is home to a family of six.

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Architect Shalini Chandrashekar’s four-acre farmhouse is built to bring in the outdoors. Take a tour now. The houses that architects often build for themselves, without the interference of picky clients or even budgetary constraints and creative restraints, typically carry the burden of displaying their talent and taste in full splendour. 

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By turning his gaze backward, Bijoy Jain is creating a new architectural language that acknowledges his country’s precolonial past. It was a bright April day of prodigious heat in Mumbai, India, with the monsoon still weeks away, and I wondered if the 54-year-old architect enjoyed witnessing that first beguiling effect his building had upon me.