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Thanks to the subtle palettes, linear forms and sleek furniture pieces, this home by Anjali Rawat Architects is a Scandinavian design haven. Pastel hues, clean design and minimalist decor breathe a Nordic air in this home situated in Worli, Mumbai, transporting one to a rare side of Scandinavia where colours and patterns have equal footing.

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At first glance, you could easily mistake this apartment for a voguish Parisian pad. The owners, a couple and their 23-year-old daughter, wanted the home to channel contemporary charm and be optimally functional. “The design is hugely inspired by my travels in Europe and the Americas.

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Simplicity is the soul of modern elegance! This modern elegant apartment is home to the designer herself and her family of four adults. It is spacious, vivid, and tranquilizing to the core. The apartment is a renovation project combining a 1 BHK and a 2 BHK flat to attain an easy-to-maintain abode.

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They say that all good things take their own time to come through. And such was the case with Mumbai based interior designer Sandesh Prabhu’s recently completed residential project. An outcome of a conversation that started six years ago, the gorgeous two storeyed farmhouse, on the outskirts of the City of Pearls, is a sight to behold.

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“The Corner House”, A 750 sqft, compact Mumbai Home, by Vcreate Designs

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The Corner House by Vcreate Designs etches to life a nuclear family’s residence in the heart of Mumbai while welding together neoteric sensibilities, colour, and stated opulence. A sequestered two-bedroom Mumbai apartment lends its canvas to a nuclear family in the plush residential neighbourhood of Lokhandwala.

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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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This is a North facing Vastu compliant home for a single family dwelling, which is designed on a linear plot with neighbors homes on east & west sides and an open plot in the south. The clients are a well travelled, well awarded, simple, grounded close to the nature, understated elegant couple.

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Blending Traditional Style Interiors with Modern Apartment Spaces is often a Big challenge. But this is exactly what the VentureBee interiors team was asked to do in the 3 BHK apartment in Chennai. Owner Latha had a penchant for Tanjore homes from traditional southern India.

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Kusum Villa : “A Gorgeous 3,250 sqft, Single Family Home in Aurangabad” by Portico Design Concepts

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Kusum was a project that began with a family seeing PDC’s previous work and, finding it resonating with them so well, that they desired for an exact replica as  their own house. But with contexts of the two plots being different, the architects realised that their response also needed to be suitably changed.

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A Warm & Inviting, 735 sqft, Mumbai Home by Ameliorate Design Studio

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It’s a deception of how combinations of pastel colours give a complete chic and contemporary look to the home. What’s different about this design is keeping in mind our young entrepreneurial clients request of wanting colours and yet not looking gaudy, we played with pastels through the passage doors, which uplifted the space to give a sense of warmth, homely and yet contemporary finish.”

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“The Electric Blue Project, Bangalore”, A 900 sqft Home by Kinaaya Design Studio

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A home pieced together with an appetite for blues by Kinaaya Design Studio, which creates a haven for a young couple that manifested entwining the past with the present seamlessly.

A petit urban apartment for a young couple Asmitha and Ganesh, The Electric Blue Project is a home replete with character, playful nuances, and sheer vitality nestled in the eastern outskirts of sprightly Bangalore.

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Pune : A 2,325 sqft, Duplex Home by 100 Ants Design Studio

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This was a brand-new house handed over to us for making it a “home” which is simple, cosy, comfortable and fresh. A home which is not so glamorous that it feels less like home and more like hotel. A home which is so simple that it sometimes allows us to be messy.

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Accommodating all the needs of a joint family within a city dwelling is no mean feat. This particular one was even more challenging as this dwelling isn’t a single space, but a combination of separate apartments—four in this case, of which three were originally 1BHK apartments each and one was a 2BHK home.

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58, Nirant Bungalow design could have been a typical bungalow that looked exactly like its neighbors. And even when the Architecture is unchanged, what the Usine team has done for this house is apparent right from that entrance porch.

The clients had floating pieces of ideas for what they needed in each of the spaces individually and thus, agreed against the notion of one overarching concept for the entire house.

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The 900 sqft, “Ruby Residence” in Mumbai by The Design Chapel Studio

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They say ‘Home is where the Heart is’, but in current times with the pandemic raging, the Home is where everything is. Today our homes have doubled up as our work spaces, as our gyms, playgrounds for our young ones, as (home) theatres on the weekends and Master Chef kitchens for all those with a flair for cooking.

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“The Sparrow Nest” : A 2,400 sqft, Hyderabad Home by Manikath Chava

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The common focal point of this 2,400sqft apartment is to keep the decor stylish with different colours and also by giving some traditional touch. We opted for fine colours in the living area and further added wood and veneer to give the space warmth.

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Villa Rashmi is a one-of-a-kind over 100-year old heritage villa in Mumbai with over 50 rooms, located on a dead-end road in the heart of the suburb of Malad. Villa Rashmi is situated in the High Security Military COD (Central Ordinance Department) vicinity.

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This 3 bedroom Mumbai apartment has been renovated by architect Sahiba Madan of Insitu / Kalakaari Haath for a young working couple (the designer herself and her husband). Originally bought as additional space for the couple’s parents who lived on a lower floor, the apartment has remained untouched for over 7 years.

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Floor-to-ceiling windows wrap around this apartment soaring above an upscale South Mumbai neighbourhood. Much of the home is a canvas in itself — one that frames many of Mumbai’s historic hotspots like the coastline and Mahalaxmi racecourse. By day, stunning panoramas take care of the odd hankering for the outdoors.

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The clients are a creative couple, wanting a space which was formal, with a lived-in feel. They had visualised a space which was earthy and close to nature in as many ways possible. Therefore the challenge was to design contemporary cloth with an eclectic weave going through its every thread, this space eventually shaped up ‘as a home close to paradise’.

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Designed by 1LeapingFrog Studio, this apartment takes its aesthetic cue from the strong lines of the existing windows. “The existing window frames provided by the builder had really strong black lines, says Aatira Zacharias who heads 1LeapingFrog Studio along with her husband Bhyrav BR.

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The spaces of this house in southern Kerala are organized around the beautiful large trees which were existing on the site. The idea was to create a series of spaces that open out onto the green seamlessly. Water bodies add another layer, creating spaces that are one with nature.

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“Amara Avana” by Design Firm Pencil & Monk, Chennai, is steeped in elegance and minimalism

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Thoughtfully designed interiors with subtle aesthetics define Amara Avana, a private residence designed by Pencil and Monk. High design, high art and high technology combine in seamless elegance and art-fuelled grandeur in Amara Avana, designed by personal space design studio Pencil & Monk.

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A 1,400 sqft, 3 bhk Mumbai Home, by Design Firm, Studio PM

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36m above the road level, one gets uninterrupted breath-taking views of the Arabian Sea, the sea-link and all of south Mumbai towers. Through the large windows the sun light cascades 15ft into the house filling up the 11ft high volume with abundant natural light and wind.

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A 2,550 sqft, elegantly designed Surat Home, by Architect Darshit Gondaliya

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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.