Interior design is all about how we experience spaces. It’s a powerful, essential part of our daily lives and affects how we live, work, play, and even heal. Along with the exterior aesthetic our buildings create, we strive to create interior architecture that adds value to the building and experience within each space. With the average person spending majority of their time indoors, it is imperative we spend time designing the interior with the exterior in order to develop a complete building. Beyond selecting colors, lighting and furniture; we see our role as imagining how people will interact with and be affected by a space; and how we can enrich their time in it.
Interiors of a 3 BHK Flat with an area of 1315 sq.ft for a young and stylish couple.
We chose the Nordic Theme for this project; it combines clean lines and a minimalist aesthetic with traditional craftsmanship and multifunctional elements. Spaces are welcoming, cozy, even if they keep the clean and minimal Scandinavian signature mood.
Since, they wanted a muted color scheme for their Interiors, A neutral color palette that favors brighter hues, large windows were already in place that flooded the rooms with natural light, and carefully chosen decorative items like artworks or objects with traditional Nordic patterns should work well for this theme.
Their requirements included a Entertainment Room which could become a multi-functional space for work or for entertainment; perfect for the “Work from Home” scenario during the COVID. Grey can be beautiful and seductive neutral. A few hints of tan orange serve to warm up the atmosphere just a bit.
The Guest Bedroom follows a monochromatic theme only using the various shades of white. A room dipped in a single color is visually transfixing and very cool. Textural contrast and tonal nuances can help in creating variations along with its own personality.
Interiors of these different types of Villas were inspired by the innocence, purity and simplicity of the American Country-side Cottages in a lush green forest surroundings. The style, which conveys the unpretentious ease of farm life, is finding an increasingly receptive audience.
Cottage style has a colorful, comfortable look characterized by painted or decorated furniture with graceful lines, weathered finishes, textural elements such as baskets and natural fiber rugs, and colors taken straight from a lush flower garden.
1050 sq.ft showroom space designed for a leading German Modular Kitchen Brand Allmilmo in Jaipur. Our scope of work involved the planning and designing of the Kitchen Displays, selection of lighting fixtures, loose furniture, artifacts and accessories. The overall space is an open plan design that included 4 different types of Modular Kitchen Display, Reception and waiting area, Private Discussion and Owner’s space, pantry and other utilities.