The owners of the apartment didn’t want physical partitions dividing the living area. The spaces are made distinct using softer elements like floor or wall finishes. The balcony uses the green turf flooring to differentiate itself.
The bedrooms are complete with rich fabrics, neutral wall finishes, and warm wood accents. Headboards, curtains, ceiling patterns, and wood finishes add splashes of colour that contrast against the otherwise soothing interior colour palette.
In this 4 BHK apartment, one of the bedrooms was converted into a home theatre. The colours used in this part of the home are drastically different from the rest, with dark greys and maroons forming the base of the palette.
Custom-made by kalakaarihaath, an illustration and design studio, the mural serves a dual purpose. Not only was it meant to complement the eclectic nature of the house, it holds the entire space together, through its vibrancy.
To divide the living area without using a traditional partition, a large tower clock was installed in an exposed brick wall. The bright colours of the exposed brick wall complement the dark lines of the clock, enhancing its majestic presence.
The design also incorporates several pre-cast sculptural faces with varying expressions. These rough raw faces painted with neutral shades of Royale Play, accentuate the surface textures.