Sanjaybhai – Supercity – Glory

‘Timeless stir’
Hot off-the-shelf, the interior design project is a compact, 2700-sq-ft, Three and half bedroom bungalow. The interiors take cues from the pitched-roof architectural envelope with tropical nuances. The venture of interior design was allotted by the client within one of the gated communities having tropical-colonial architecture. As a designer, it’s a vital aspect to respond to the client’s brief. The client had a fascination for metallic elements and modern ambiance. Thus, we as a assertive personalities took the choice to keep the style a mélange of tropical innovation and contemporary. As the ground surface of vitrified tiles were done priorly before our engrossment, we chose not to transform it driving us to design concerning that.

Tropical is all about calmness and relaxation, with this fact we tried to make space more expansive by blending modern materials. The custom wood and metalwork amalgamate with comfortable tropical and present-day textures, material sheets and styling. The thought was to connect the living and the dining space for a luxurious feel. Thus, the front room interfaces with the feasting space through bespoke table, roof, and wall panel. Complimenting the ambience, use of modern materials like leather, metal and use of Brass Metal strips structures the example on the entryway and feasting roof. To incorporate pooja in the living room, use to minimal design has been incorporated which can even act as a partition. For a warm and soothing touch and to ornament the ambience the lighting fixtures were specifically crafted to enhance the look.

Each bedroom were designed having a tropical element in them and as per the consumer .The ground floor has a use of cool shades of blue running all-over , with full height bed back to make the space  look more relaxing for the elderly .The master bedroom had a   blend of tropical and contemporary former glimpsed through slatted timber ceilings and greenery, the latter manifested in clean, simple forms. To enhance the feel, lush colors were used in different shades and textures. Work of art fortifies both aesthetics through abstract, geometric prints as well as those depicting lush, fecund landscapes. While breaking the limits of the tropical topic the teenagers’ room was adapted by the drum which he used to play and a train moulded bed. As the girl was aligned towards peach shading, the room was planned with white wood baluster, bed stanza with peach painted walls and a closet having hanging racks on rope giving tropical comfortable vibe. Overall, the art pieces and painting used where crafted to beautify the space.

Client
Mr. Sanjay Patel

Year of Completion
August 2019

Sq. ft
5000 sq.ft

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