The 9500 sq.ft. apartment is located in the posh DLF society overlooking the Golf Course. Crisp Italian furniture, stylish lights and carefully planned space with minimum use of circulation passages define the space. The space highlights wood treatment and metal play with different materials, and accents in the decor.
A long passage greets the customer as soon as they exit the elevator. It is a balanced palette with warm and earthy tones, only to be highlighted through the metal sculpture on the console. The carpet is inset to marble & brass inlay. The Minotti tape chairs are placed on either side of the console frame the wooden louvers wall.
The visitors are welcomed into a 12' high space with a sparkling chandelier, and Serpeggiante 'star' marble floor, which induces a feeling of grandeur and wealth. This contrasts with the wooden panels and the rust 'Vladimir Kagan' sofa in the semicircular space. It is a transition space that divides the house into two spaces - the private bedrooms on the right and the living & other public spaces on the left. Adding to the drama of the already extravagant and exuberant space is a wall-hung pear shape console in the center supporting a brass bust sculpture.
The wall adjacent to the door also adds to the elegant decor by maintaining a clean simple line. The vertical marble louvers are lit from the bottom, and the horizontal metal strips are tangents of the grooves on the main door. The space is well balanced with the unique use of marble, metal, fabric, and wood.
For a subtle effect, wood and neutral tones have been used to create a soothing atmosphere. Mirrors not only acts as a decorative element but also reflects the surrounding colors to create a sense of depth. The Philip Jefferies wallpaper, framed by mirror and wood on either side, adds uniqueness to the space. The same wallpaper is placed on the opposite side of the wall which also features a 65" TV along with TV unit and in-room bar. The extreme left wall has a wall hung shoe rack with mirror finish.
Shades of white are contrasted with darker elements to create a striking, sophisticated ambience. The Annibale Colombo bed frames the wall against the Sarran Colin marble with brass insets. A lounging chair next to the window and a dressing/study table adds to the functionality of the room. The TV unit adds storage and a place to display artifacts.
It creates a dramatic focal point in the apartment. On the extreme left is a full height outdoor bar, and the right has a French marble fireplace with an enclosed TV on the top. The flooring is a mixture of polished concrete, wooden decking, and artificial grass. The balcony can easily cater to over 30 people and has seating for up to 20 people. Grey, white and textured cushions add to the boldness of the balcony.
The living room stands as a testimony of the rich and exuberant taste of the clients. It is dispersed with two-sets of seating in blue with check and hounds tooth prints from Minotti to tend to both small and large groups of people. Two display shelving systems on either side of a 115" T.V., showcase the collectibles and artifacts. The bar area constitutes mainly of wood and marble with metal accents. An interesting 'woven-leatherette' panel, framed in brass, adorns the front of the bar table. The whole area is lit up by Flos lighting. The ceiling has been kept simple and minimalistic while transitioning into wooden panels over the bar area.