This 2400 square feet residential space, is a harmony personified in spite of its hugeness and sporting a variety of design zones.
While the main door of the apartment is done up in dark matt veneer finish, embellished with gold metal strips, the surroundings, typically the stone wall and backlit Onyx nameplate strike a creative contrast. Even the foyer carries some of the intriguing exterior design elements such as stone cladding in a deep brown Italian marble and a designer mirror mounted on a beige stone finish console. The adjoining walls houses a Mandir and a shoe rack on either sides.
The Living Room is designed along contemporary lines. This is achieved through assorted accessories and artefacts. The multi-coloured cushions on the beige sofa, provides the Zen factor while the marble-top centre table and royal blue chaise couch infuses an artistic and creative spur. Ornamental elements around the sides of the sofa wall such as metal profiles, mirrors & fluting slats heighten the luxurious feel of this space further. 3D wall murals, augmenting golden crystal chandelier and TV unit, finished in grey reflective glass completes the setting on a high note.
The Bar section is a mixture of black marble-cladded counter and vertical metal bands in the front. A couple of bar stools sporting elegant gold legs and honey Onyx backlit back console top & dado provide a rich and intoxicating ambience.
The client demanded distinct bedroom designs for the residents. Grand Parents’ bedroom is a combination of veneer and subtle fabrics. On the other hand the wardrobe is done up in veneer and leather boasting long metal handles. The bed-back wall is a blend of suede finished vertical half-round bars and fluting between veneer and metal profiles on sides. It also sports a cove lighting.
We have exploited a Yellow, Grey & White theme in the youngster’s room along with metallic charcoal black wardrobe. The youthful character of this room is further accentuated with the use of hexagon pattern behind the headboard. The study and TV unit space in this section is made in distinct yellow frame study storage and a white fluid study top which slopes down, evolving into a TV shelf. The ceiling sports LED spot lights for a muffled and relaxing ambience.
Master Bedroom is a unique amalgamation of beige trim and a tufted headboard and brown leatherette upholstery on the wall behind, suitably appended with brown back-painted glass panels. By using accent furniture pieces such as TV unit, study table and an inviting lounge chair by the window, MPA designers created a space that scores high on aesthetics and luxury.
The Kitchen, a semi-modular affair, boasts a ‘no fuss’ design which offers this space an elegant look. It reflects generous amounts of white glossy finished surfaces and brown shutters. On the other hand brown quartz countertop, complementing backsplash and BLUM hardware not only balances the theme but enhances its glamour quotient further.
Ar. Milind Pai personally checks the lighting accuracy, comfort, blending and “client demand fulfilment” parameters as he perceives these attributes are crucial for a successful design and project culmination