This apartment is configured to make the most of its possibilities in relation to light, space and, views. This 4100 sq.ft apartment overlooking the golf course consists of 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. As this is going to be a sample apartment, we worked around warm and neutral colors. Taking grey as a base neutral color, we have added accent elements that would enhance the space.
Simple vertical lines define the space with vertical wooden rafters dividing the living room and the dining area. The same language continues behind the sofa. On the adjacent side, there is a showcase wall with a TV & fireplace. The horizontal divisions in the millwork create useful niches for placing artifacts and other accessories. The carpet breaks the monotony of grey, by bringing in brown, blue in abstract shapes.
On the right wall, is a lavish bar, with similar shelving as the living room area. The screens on either side of the false wall conceal this space from the visitors. A clean marble top dining table and round chairs anchor the space.
Turning this former bedroom into a lounge allows the family to relax, sit back and watch TV together - a habit predominant in most Indian households. The color scheme is neutral with teak wooden battens used to carry the language of vertical lines.
Mainly grey, with chevron flooring and hints of beige on the bed and blue on the cushion. An unconventional TV unit wraps around the wall giving space for extra storage on the shelf.
Functional, yet stylistically different from what one might expect for a kid's bedroom. The 'hut' symbol reflects in the bed back and the study table. Maximizing at storage space, drawers have been given under the sofa & extra shelves have been added for storage. Quirky pop-up art contrasts starkly with the primitive 'hut' look.
Subtle and minimalistic, yet practical use of Veneer and fabric to enhance the bed back, and use of marble on the TV unit to add an accent to the otherwise muted room.
A modern twist on shelving with an open display of daily use items such as lentils, sugar, rice glasses, etc. Creating open shelves above the sink, making it an ideal space to dry dishes, and concealing the chimney to continue the veneer look of the overhead cabinets.