Jain Residence

Faridabad , Haryana

Located at the fifth floor of a building in Faridabad and spanning an area of 1200 sq.ft, Jain residence spells modern minimalism at its best. To meet the design brief, the entire apartment follows a contemporary style of architecture—lending a warm, welcoming feel to its space.
The major challenge was to make the bedroom appear larger, therefore the walls were painted white. To further enhance the aesthetics and compliment the minimal tone of the apartment, the main wall has been made to stand out by using 3D wallpaper. To cut down costs and lessen the environmental impact, the furniture has been reused. The only addition to the room was a working-cum-writing table while the bed was reused and styled to compliment the vibe of the room.
The furnishings take tones of black and brown while the flooring is wooden to add depth to the room and highlight the features. The entire palette has been chosen keeping in mind cost-effectiveness and the local availability of the material.

Sharma Residence

Paschim Vihar

Sharma Residence is a family home located in New Delhi and encompassing an area of 250 sq. yards. The design needed to accommodate 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a lobby while keeping in mind the client’s love for elegant and understated design.
The drawing-room was designed to accommodate mainly two functions—gathering space for the family and comfortable space for a guest. A reading corner was introduced especially for the purpose of making the house guests feel welcome while also having some private time to themselves. A living-cum-dining room was designed to fulfill the client’s brief of having a common space for family-bonding activities such as eating meals and watching a movie.

The puja room along with being well-lit and illuminated has a dedicated space for meditation. To help highlight the earthy look of the main bedroom, bed headboard along with the wardrobe was kept completely wooden with a few open-close storage areas made of translucent glass in the wardrobe. The design of the second room which functions as the son’s room has been dialed down on the use of colours and details—leaving an understated yet classy impression.
The third floor of the house hosts the terrace which was planned to perform dual functions—that of leisure space and a workout area. Artificial glass was too used to avoid making the terrace garden look bulky. A wooden podium was also introduced in the landscape design to accommodate small family celebrations. To accentuate spatial user experience, plants that improve air quality and are low on maintenance were sourced from local vendors and planted as per the landscape layout