Residential Projects
 
 
Project - Khobrekar Residence
    A systematic 'unveiling' of the interior and progressing from space to space... An architectural striptease - Luis Barragan
In this residence a minimalistic approach is adopted. The emphasis is on creating a larger continuous space than on the individual elements. The existing internal walls were remodeled and some eliminated to create a fluid space devoid of any barriers creating compartments. Spaces were defined by the use of change of floor pattern or dip in ceiling. as observed in the staggered wooden tiles around the bar.

The fluidity and continuity is further enhanced by maintaining the colour palette and texture consistent. The wooden texture is used seamlessly from walls of the bar area flowing into the floor. The thread of the wooden texture is then woven over the battens in the ceiling and the entrance column. Gold roller blinds and cushions add that touch of glamour but in a subtle context. Indirect lighting in the living room completes the picture by creating a serene ambience.

Location: Santacruz(W)
Area: 1450 sqft


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Project - Shahdadpuri Residence
    Every child is an artist.
    The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up - Pablo Picaso
In the era of minimalist interiors where the trend of white interiors seemed like each clients preference this client was a refreshing change. A couple in their 60’s the child in them is still alive and they gave me a free hand with colours.

To my surprise it wasn’t a dash of colours that they wanted but each room was more like a colour themed space. Moving from one room to the other was like a transition into different zones befitting their role in the house.

The living room being the showcase of the house was adorned in the royal purple silk texture. Softer tones were used for the bedrooms and the office space was given a modern outlook in white and red.

Their brief was to create a homely space and comfort and ease to use the space or furniture being critical in the design of the furniture, be it a TV unit with side CD storage or hydraulic beds or storage along the seating along their large windows on the 22nd floor of the building giving them an uninterrupted view of Bombay.

Location: Mahindra Splendour – Bhandup, Mumbai
Area: 1450 sq.ft.


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