A 4&1/2 BHK apartment located in a luxurious society for a family with 1 kid and parents. The apartment was designed to cater to frequent parties with friends and family. Also, the entertainment/party room doubles up as a guest room. The use of wall papers, textures and wall art along with rich wooden veneer and indirect lighting gives the house a feel of luxury.
A vibrant house designed for a young couple. The use of playful and fresh green has brought in a breath of freshness in the living area. The ladder and monkey wall gives the childrens room a playful look. This is a 3BHK apartment of approx. 1500sft area.
A 3BHK apartment designed for a nuclear family with 2 kids. The rooms in this apartment were odd shaped with number of niches which are treated and used differently to give it a clean look. The use of Beige and brown gives a decent look to the house and the use of blue and free flowing ceiling gives the children’s room a playful look.
A 3BHK apartment designed for a nuclear family with a teenager girl. The entire house has a decent colour scheme with a dash of some ornamental elements like veneer jaali, decorative mirror, golden pyramids on shoe rack which adds to the luxury quotient of the apartment. The daughter’s room has a pink with a dreamy wall paper with delicate curtains.
A 2BHK apartment design+built in an economical budget. A simple design with straight lines designed on a contemporary concept and colour scheme. The lighting used in the form of decorative wall lights, standing and hanging lights creates drama to the otherwise simple house.
This decent looking 2BHK has been designed for a couple at a very economical cost. Though the furniture has been kept to the bare minimal use, the wall surfaces have been treated to create interesting patterns and niches and highlight the walls.
A very economically designed 1BHK apartment with a huge ask and limited space. Multi-functionality played a major role here with the use of sliding dining table, movable storages, centre table that merges with the TV unit and Seating that could be joined as a double bed. And use of elements like the book shelf and hanging lights add to the quirky factor of the space.
A simple house designed in straight lines and natural material like stone cladding and marble. Simple design elements like niched partitions and simple ceiling design along with a colour scheme.