The three bedroom home showcases a neoclassical design aesthetic and is evocative of a New York City loft. The light-filled residential design is a marriage between classic and contemporary. The sprawling apartment houses thoughtfully curated furniture and decor accessories. Moreover, this visually appealing and practical apartment exhibits a subdued colour scheme with pops of colour brought in through the furnishings. The material palette is earthy, with an abundance of wood and marble.
The apartment exhibits Neoclassical design elements such as delicate wall panelling, grandeur of scale, and geometric inserts in the living room floor.
This Hyderabad villa is a showcase of arresting sculptures and artworks.
Situated in Hyderabad’s luxurious Jayabheri Temple Tree complex, this 6,300-square-foot bungalow is home to a family of three. The clients are design and art enthusiasts who desired a minimalist and contemporary home with striking decor pieces reflecting their Indian heritage. The interiors reflect a modern design aesthetic peppered with classical highlights. This elegant abode boasts opulent materials, luxe textures, and vibrant hues.
The villa’s interiors exhibit a combination of contemporary and traditional design aesthetics with high-end lighting installations, hand-painted murals and sumptuous yet functional furnishings from leading European brands. The material palette features natural materials such as marble, wood and stone.
Each room in this Hyderabad villa exhibits a distinctive character that is tied together by a cohesive material and colour palette. The bungalow's colour scheme is muted, with pops of colour brought in through artworks, furnishings and lighting fixtures. Eclectic stone claddings, arresting wallpapers, and textured walls elevate the interiors.
The two storey dwelling, showcasing a marriage of traditional architecture with contemporary interiors, has been planned around a nucleus—its courtyard, which is reminiscent of the traditional South Indian mutram.. All the spaces in the home are linked to this courtyard, either physically or visually. The living and dining area and the primary bedroom all overlook the courtyard.
Moreover, this residential design features an earthy colour scheme and material palette. The colour palette includes greys, browns and greens. The monotony of the colour scheme is broken by pops of colour in the furnishings and tiles, and vibrant paintings that are strategically placed throughout the house. Additionally, the apartment has a natural material palette of granite stone in different hues and patterns and wooden elements.
The home’s design DNA has been conjured through establishing an equilibrium amidst contemporary nuances and traditional elementality of design. The interplay of colour, warm umber tones and a coalition patterns form the leitmotifs of this residence. Each space in the shared and private zones of the home pay homage to the end-user’s preferences and lifestyle – enabling spaces to resonate with the homeowner’s aspiration of inhabiting the quintessential ‘home’. With custom furniture and furnishings sourced from across the country, the meaningful engagement of art in spaces and the amalgamated efforts of local honed craftsmen in this project – this home has been a labor of passion and detail-orientatio
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