Scandinavian Design is a trending interior design style that originates from the Nordic regions, i.e., Iceland, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, and Norway. It is a minimalistic design style that takes inspiration from the Danish concept of “Hygge”, which celebrates calm and comfortable living. Scandinavian Design also naturally goes with different styles such as contemporary, Boho, Japandi etc. The defining features of Scandinavian Design are the use of natural materials and textures like rugs in muted or neutral tones. Moreover, incorporating natural light is very important when it comes to Scandinavian Design. Let us look at a few Scandinavian Design inspirations that suit our Indian context.
Stylistic Line Art | Studio Tilt
Aimed at providing a unique holiday experience are three villas nestled in North Goa, each conceptualized in a distinctive design style. This villa has been conceptualized in a Scandinavian design style a minimalistic sense of lightness and calm.
Designed by: Studio Tilt
Location: Siolim, Goa
Principal Architect : Ar.Abhijit Sawant & Ar.Natasha Kumar
Photograph Courtesy : Manthan Yadav
Simplistic and Spacious | Rohit Dhote Architects
Casa UNO, as the name suggests, happens to be the first completed project by Ar. Rohit Dhote, principal at Rohit Dhote Architects, since their inception in the year 2022. The project entails as a 3BHK rowhouse that has comforting, simplistic and spacious areas and measures 1700 sq.ft. The 2-story residence is located in one of the most prominent townships in the Mihan Sez in Nagpur.
Designed by: Rohit Dhote Architects
Location: Mihan, Nagpur
Principal Architect : Ar. Rohit Dhote
Photograph Courtesy : Ashish Bhonde
Cosy Scandinavian Abode | Studio Skapa Architects
Prashanth and Rajani envisioned a cosy and graceful abode that epitomized simplicity and elegance. Enamoured by another penthouse crafted by the Architect Charita, their heart compelled them to acquire a penthouse of their own in the same locale of Shantiniketan, nestled in the vibrant city of Bangalore. They were ecstatic to discover that their vision resonated with Charita’s design philosophy and entrusted her with the mission of metamorphosing the property into their dream home, a cozy and charming casa with a splash of Spanish flair.
Designed by: Studio Skapa Architects
Principal Architect : Ar.Charita Kishore Rupa
Photograph Courtesy : Yash R Jain
A Space To Reflect | SML Architects
Residence far removed from Bombay’s swarming urban nucleus, the Terracotta Earth House assumes a role akin to a silent observer uncoupled from the relentless bustle of the metropolis. The dwelling’s christened name is an ode to the ever-present hue that pulses through its expanse, but more pivotally, it is a resolve to pause, reflect, and trace one’s roots.
Designed by: SML Architects
Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra
Principal Architect : Mahek Lalan
Photograph Courtesy : Yadnyesh Joshi
Spiritual Contemplative Aesthetics | Goldie Kalda Design Studio
In this captivating dwelling, the essence of spiritual practice seamlessly blends with contemporary aesthetics, with the intent to create a space that acts as a support system for spiritual seekers. Designed for young aged couple, Bhairavi Residence : a tale of modern home that embraces spirituality is a 3BHK apartment. With an area of approximately 1450 sq.ft, it offers a harmonious environment that fosters relaxation and ease.
Designed by: Goldie Kalda Design Studio
Location: Etkheda, Chatrapati Sambhaji Nagar (Aurangabad), Maharashtra
Principal Architect : Ar. Goldie Kalda
Photograph Courtesy : Sudhir Parmar
Wabi Sabi and Scandinavian | CanvasInc
White walls, beige flooring & wood finish on furniture are the prime elements of the famous Japanese interior style “Wabi Sabi”. The calm interiors for this house are inspired from Wabi Sabi elements and have been accommodated to give the house a soothing vibe.
Designed by: CanvasInc
Location: Kandivali East, Mumbai
Principal Designer : Bijal Chawda
Photograph Courtesy : Noaidwin Sttudio
A Touch Of Bali | Studio Tilt
Tucked away in the serenity of North Goa, is this themed holiday villa conceptualized in a modern Balinese theme. One of three such holiday villas, the idea was to create a stark difference between all three spaces, maintaining a casual, breezy vibe that spells out a vacation, yet with a home-away-from-home feel. The tropical vibe of Goa, with its sandy beaches and lanes lined with trees, instantly led us to choosing a Balinese style for one of the villas.
Location: North Goa
Element of Coir | Simplécede
Home is just but a reflection of the people residing in it. And here in this house, every nook and space is a resonance of A young couple with an unbridled modern outlook, and informal, easy-going warmth. Their brief was to have an Open, Airy and Warm home with an amalgam of contemporary and Indian-folksy aesthetics where amber is befitting in every which way. It being the Open Sky in Indian Vernacular, warm sun in Greek Mythology, precious gem in hues of Yellow, Blue, Green.. Colours that are dominant in this home. And just like the couple it sounds Indic-Bohemian and contemporary at the same time.
Designed by: Simplécede
Location: Salarpuria Sattva Greenage, Bangalore
Principal Architect : Vishal Sureka& Neha Sureka
Photograph Courtesy : Parth Swaminath
Airy and Warm | Shreya Patel Designs
Serenity Lavish- An apartment building located in Science city area in Ahmedabad–Gujarat, is a 3BHK apartment, approximately 2300 sq.ft. I was approached by the clients, a sweet family of 4, to design a home that speaks to them. The concept of the house was simplicity. The clients wanted to make Serenity Lavish – a modern home yet timeless in its nature, a home that has warmth but yet feels airy and light and not too filled up and cramped. The brief was to have one bedroom turned into a home office for the couple, have one master bedroom and a twin bedroom for their two young daughters.
Designed by: Shreya Patel Designs
Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Shreya Patel
Photograph Courtesy : The Space Tracing Company
Golden Framed Partition | Pavan Infratech
An urbane minimalist apartment sketched and conveyed in a warm environment, located in Surat, Gujarat, surely has redefined the frequency between the minimalism and modern blend of the spaces. Deeply rooted to the ethics, a fresh approach on the design selection reflects the character of the spaces in the simplest and minimalist format. An airy and open apartment, orderly designed to function smoothly is finished as neat as a pin. A balanced palette of colours and textures, the home is designed and executed by Ar. Niki Panchani & ID. Nishi Shah, Principal Designers at Pavan Infratech emphasising the nuances of minimal sophistication.
Designed by: Pavan Infratech
Location: VIP Road, Surat, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Ar. Niki Panchani & ID. Nishi Shah
Photograph Courtesy : Ishi Sitwala
Ceramic Vases and Wood | Salt Studio
An attempt to create a 21st-century home that relapses to the past is easy to talk about but a challenge to visualize; that is what distinguishes this residence situated in the heart of ceramic city, Morbi, to the rest. The affiliations of simplicity and grandeur successfully fused into this luxury apartment, designed by Ar. Henish Kakadia of Salt Studio.
Designed by: Salt Studio
Location: Antilla Hills Apartment, Morbi, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Ar.Henish Kakadia
Photograph Courtesy : Prachi Khasgiwala
Material Experimentation on Ceiling | Foxline Architects | Interiors
Weekend homes usually conjure up images of relaxation, tranquility, modernity, and enjoyment. As a result, we created an earthy, cosy yet luxurious experience with this weekend luxury home. In this 5600-square-foot residence in Umeta, Vadodara, Gujarat offers a sense of “home away from home.”
Designed by: Foxline Architects | Interiors
Location: Umeta, Vadodara
Principal Architect : Ar. Shailee Solanki
Photograph Courtesy : Ar. Shailee Solanki
An Oasis of Comfort | Upside Artist Design Studio
Designed as the oasis for a young couple, the Comfort Zone personifies the coming together of contemporary designs overlaid with hints and hues of a traditional Indian home. It is a home that is meant to be and feels to be just that – a “home”. The brief was to design a home rooted in and reflecting the traditions and backgrounds of the users – of Maharashtra and South India.
Designed by: Upside Artist Design Studio
Location: Balewadi, Pune
Principal Architect : Ar.Chinky Budhraja
Photograph Courtesy : Kartik Bakshi & Honey Thakkar
Uncluttered Wicker Furniture | Vedanth Design Studio
The Living space imparts a stillness and tranquility that is warm and inviting. The handsome interiors of the room feel classic, yet current. The intention was to tend to favour a simple, uncluttered space with artistic flair. “These seemingly different points of view is not only a hallmark of my own design aesthetic but what I find to be most interesting and enduring. The homeowners sought to make their abode feel fresh and crisp as opposed to making an old home look brand new with a rich, layered colour palette and style.” says Nehal
Designed by: Vedanth Design Studio
Location: Adarsh Palm Retreat Villas, Bangalore
Principal Designer : Nehal Shanghavi
Photograph Courtesy : Nayan Soni
Art Adorned Home | Archolloids
Hence it was essential for us to come up with design ideologies and elements that reflect their personalities. The result was an art-adorned home that seamlessly blends elements of modern and contemporary design to create a truly unique living experience. As a design practice, we always need to allow maximum natural light within the spaces and keep it functional yet aesthetically appealing.
Designed by: Archolloids
Location: Domlur, Bangalore
Principal Architect : Ar. Shruthi Mrinalini & Ar. Rakshit Salunke
Photograph Courtesy : Supreeth Vijay
Wall Art Projection | Alkesh Patel & Associates
A house is constructed from the aspirations of it’s occupants, and these aspirations come to life in a variety of ways thanks to the language of design. The luxury that the owners desired is reflected in this home’s interior design. “House of Openness” transcends efficiency and vibrancy in it’s luxurious bungalow design planned in a grandiose 5000 sq.ft carpet environment.
Designed by: Alkesh Patel & Associates
Principal Architect : Ar. Manit Patel & Alkesh Patel
Photograph Courtesy : Murtaza Gandhi
Fluted Dado Wall | Robust studio
“There’s wisdom in Natural Simplicity!” This adage proves right for this astounding abode in Vadodara which is simple yet significant in each frame. Ar. Mrugini Pandya, the Principal Architect and Founder of Robust Studio, has conjured up a house where colors take a backseat and the textures and patterns steal the spotlight.
Designed by: Robust studio
Location: Vadodara, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Ar. Mrugini Pandya
Photograph Courtesy : Pixellus Photography
A Play Of Mirrors | Neev Design Studio
A young couple put their faith in Neev Design Studio for their dream home. Trusting our experience, they gave us a free hand to design an exquisite home for their daughter, parents and themselves. A house that is warm and comforting, keeping up with the modern outlook. We were provided with the essential requirements. The specifics were left on our creative team at Neev Design Studio to curate a space that translates a house into a home, a unique environment that is welcoming and comforting at the same time.
Designed by: Neev Design Studio
Location: Ahmedabad, India
Principal Architect : Jayesh Mistry & Jahnavi Mistry
Photograph Courtesy : Inclined Studio
Warm Scandinavian Ambience | Muse LAB
A sensual Scandinavian concept that unfurls itself to vibe across a minimalistic sophistication and homey warmth! This 3 room apartment at Nepeansea road, South Mumbai, was structurally transformed into a 2BHK Apartment for a young couple and their infant by the potent team of MuseLab. The client brief elaborated on having a minimal chic residence with a timeless appeal. Accordingly, it was conceptualized as a Scandinavian pod with white walls, wooden tiles, and a neat design- all these, to be drenched in a perfectly lit and airy environment. Thus, achieving an exasperate aura in soothing Scandinavian aesthetics with elemental ornamentation!
Designed by: Muse LAB
Principal Architect : Huzefa Rangwala & Jasem Pirani
Photograph Courtesy : Abhishek Shah
Timber Stripped False Ceiling | Designer’s Circle
The light color flooring striking against the warm wooden ceiling with a great intake of light through the balcony satisfied our take to this style. The color palette along with contemporary furniture and warm wood create a perfect ambiance for this medium-sized apartment.
Designed by: Designer’s Circle
Principal Architect : Ar. Rajesh Sheth & Team
Inviting Natural Light | Studio 7 designs
The project is a 2200 sq.ft, located in one of developing area of Vadodara, where the space interprets a quality lifestyle. The Raama Eternia luxury apartment unveils a dialogue between young urban elites and contemporary design.
Designed by: Studio 7 designs
Location: Vadodara Gujarat
Principal Architect : Ar. Rajnysh rami
Interwoven Contemporary and Scandinavian | Studio Imagine
This residence is an intricately woven mix of contemporary and scandinavian styles. Spanned across 1400 sq.ft This home is a canvas for interplay of clean line, soft hue, textures, simple furnishings and it features a living room, a dining room, three bedrooms, and a kitchen. A minimalistic style using a blend of textures and soft hues to make sleek, modern décor fell warm and inviting.
Designed by: Studio Imagine
Location: Vasna Bhayli, Vadodara
Principal Architect : Ajal Shah
Photograph Courtesy : Dron Trivedi
Experimental Lighting Fixtures | Ekta Khanna Design Studio
It’s a 1700 sq.ft. 3 bedroom apartment, located in an apartment building at Prithviraj Road, New Delhi. The client’s brief was to create a relaxing city home for him and his family. This residence has a modern and scandinavian theme without being too minimalistic.
Designed by: Ekta Khanna Design Studio
Location: New Delhi
Principal Architect : Ar.Ekta Khanna
Photograph Courtesy : Aaditya of PHxIndia
Wall Height Window | Aishwarya Interiors
Nestled between 16 acres of lush green surroundings, blessed with 2 lakes with proximity to the main city, Shriram Chirping Woods Villament at Sarjapur Roads, Bangalore provides the luxury of a lifetime. Having the requirements of a 4BHK luxurious villa, Aishwarya Interiors has translated the client brief into a Scandinavian design that blends seamlessly throughout. The core characteristic of the house includes wide balconies and fenestrations bridging the gap with nature – providing a chance to rediscover themselves.
Designed by: Aishwarya Interiors
Principal Architect : Laxmi Deshmukh & Yogesh Deshmukh
Photograph Courtesy : Mr.Sanjith Seetharam
Grey Scandinavian Interiors | TS Design Works
Approached with no brief or specific design requirement, TS Design works had to resort to its principles of creating an inside-outside connection with minimal intervention of colours and overpowering interiors. Since this 1500 square foot apartment lies in the lap of open surroundings with gymkhana on the north side that allows ample light to flood in, the key concept was to design this Mumbai apartment with natural materials and a pastel colour palette which would give a Scandinavian vibe to this house.
Designed by: TS Design Works
Location: Chembur West, Mumbai
Principal Architect : Tania Shah
Photograph Courtesy : Tania Shah
Boho Scandinavian Style | AndSpaces
A fusion Home of Minimalistic Tendencies and unfettered Design Principles. As Catchy as the name, the apartment’s neutral walls, an edited mix of handcrafted decorative items, bold patterns, sumptuous textures, and clean-lined finishes give a loud and clear scene of a boho- Scandinavian interior style.
Designed by: AndSpaces
Location: Pune, Maharashtra
Principal Architect : Ar. Ankita Nand Deshmukh
Photograph Courtesy : TuneSpace Studio
A Home Of Pastel | Auriga Design Studio
Tasked with the design of this 2000 sqft apartment space, Aayushi Mor, founder of Auriga Design Studio, holds the creation of this home very close to her heart. Simple, Pragmatic Modern Home: ‘A nod to Mod’, as the name suggests, is a home situated in the lush green city of Bhopal, where every zone has been treated in a characteristic hue, ensuring an instant visual identity. Crafted with finesse and keen attention to detail, this 2000 sqft residence oozes refined elegance.
Designed by: Auriga Design Studio
Location: Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
Principal Architect : Aayushi Mor
Photograph Courtesy : Aayushi Mor
Vintage Floral Patterns | Studio 7 Designs
For this mid-century modern apartment design, calmness and simplicity is paramount. Resisting the urge to clutter a space, grounding design in nature, and keeping to an effortlessly minimalist style helps to exude a calming sense of tranquility. When every item has its place, spaces are easier to keep neat. Even if not on show, grouping similar things into compartments inside drawers and cupboards makes it easier to keep loose items tidy and means you’ll always know where to find them. A de-clutter feels good and it’s always worth revisiting method for a place to begin.
Designed by: Studio 7 Designs
Principal Architect : Rajnysh Rami
Tropical and Leather | Envisage
Anugraha is a retirement home for a family of three, who have chosen to move into the bustling neighborhood in the heart of New Delhi. Envisage Projects is entrusted to redesign an existing Scandinavian milieu in combination with a structured bohemian mood apartment with the aim to create an oasis for themselves, where they can preserve their peace of mind away from the daily chaos.
Designed by: Envisage
Principal Architect : Meena Murthy Kakkar & Vishal Kakkar
Photograph Courtesy : Suryan and Dang
Balance Of Dried and Living Plants | Concepto Studio
Tucked away in a sprawling gated community in J.P. Nagar, this scandinavian interiors home is a testament to the transformative nature of design in creating a resonating calm in the midst of a bustling metropolitan city. Raveena and Vineesh envisioned a home within their house. They wanted a space that would serve as a place of repose, far from the corporate drudgery of modern living. Their requirements were simple- they wanted a modern, minimalistic sanctuary that would be labrador-friendly for their beloved Ammu.
Designed by: Concepto Studio
Location: Bangalore, Karnataka
Principal Architect : Edwin Stanley & Esha Stanley
Photograph Courtesy : Arjun Krishna
Seamless Furniture Finish | Design Studio Associates
Located on Vasna Bhayli road at Vadodara, the Nilamber Grandeur is a chic bungalow spread across 3,692 sq ft. The client wanted their dream home lavish and elegant featured with smart home features. The client also desired to have the home be well lit, ventilated, environmental-friendly, and the Principal Architect Ar. Ruchir Sheth & his team Harsh Gajjar gave them just that.
Designed by: Design Studio Associates
Principal Architect : Ar.Ruchir Sheth
Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah
Textures And Wallpapers | Greenhatch Architects
Nested in Thane city the 900 Sq.ft 3 BHK apartment is conceptualized with the desire of the family to have a home that strikes the perfect balance between Victorian style aesthetics and modern decor styling. A restrained material palette adds to the effect and helps compose a scandinavian abode space full of sophistication and subtle drama, furnished with a mix of modern and vintage aesthetics.
Designed by: Greenhatch Architects
Principal Architect : Ar.Ekta Thoke
Photograph Courtesy : Abhishek Sawant, Omkarshemadkar
Use Of Rattan Panels | Designer’s Circle
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The sandstone cladding on the façade increases the aesthetic appeal of the exterior structure, making it stand out from its surroundings, intended to draw attention and attract visitors in this retail design project. The focal point of the façade is the ornately carved wooden door that acts as a visual guide for the visitors towards the entrance.
Principal Architect : Rajesh Sheth
Rounded Rectangle Arches | U and I Designs
We believe that when the design takes it course, we should trust its flow. And here we had the clients who believed in just the same and let us design in a seamless flow – giving us the creative freedom, stepping up only for their functional specifics and allowing us to take the lead in every aspect including the décor.
Designed by: U and I Designs
Location: Bengaluru, Karnataka
Principal Designers: Aniketh Bafna and Sonal Mutha
Photograph Courtesy : PHX India
Muted Neutral Palette | Aakashi Mehta Designs
The design draws inspiration from the Japanese concept of “Wabi-Sabi”. A muted, neutral palette with a pared-down visual aesthetic flows through this Wabi-Sabi house. The home comprises a bright open-plan living, kitchen and dining space, and three bedrooms.
Designed by: Aakashi Mehta Designs
Location: IIM road, Ahmedabad
Principal Architect : Aakashi mehta
Photograph Courtesy : Aditya Warlikar
Less Is More | Olive Interiors
Minimalistic and Scandinavian design is a trend getting re-introduced in the designing field. Sayli Belsare, the principal designer at Olive Interiors, always loves to create such clean, neat and beautiful homes. Clean lines, reductive, un-clattered, monochromatic, simple, ‘less is more’- these are some terms and concepts that immediately come to mind when thinking about minimalism. This apartment in Pune is the perfect combination of classic and minimalistic structure spread across its perimeter.
Designed by: Olive Interiors
Location: Baner, Pune
Principal Architect : Sayli Belsare
Photograph Courtesy : Vivekajeet Purohit
Pleasant Muted Tones | M.A.D.E by Urvashi Sathaye and Akshay Creations
This 1150 sq.ft residence is located in a relatively quiet and pleasantly green locality of Mumbai. The clients are an elderly retired couple for whom this will be the family home where they can relax and spend time together, with their children and grandkids visiting often. So, of the 4 bedrooms, we designed 2 as the master bedrooms and one as a guest room. The 4th room is converted into a lounge/ home office space.
Designed by: M.A.D.E by Urvashi Sathaye and Akshay Creations
Principal Architect : Urvashi Sathaye and Akshay Kulkarni
Photograph Courtesy : Yadnayesh Joshi
Partially Wainscoted Walls | Sapscapes
When tasked with designing a 1150 Sq.ft apartment for a group of three women, our team was delighted to receive a clear-cut brief; a sober yet vibrant aesthetic to cater to their discerning tastes. With this in mind, we created a warm and welcoming space that emanates positivity, characterized by a blend of soothing pastel tones throughout. Despite a budget-friendly approach, we paid close attention to every detail, ensuring that the apartment would be a feast for the senses.
Designed by: Sapscapes
Location: Prabhadevi, Mumbai
Principal Architect : Sapna Tapuriah
Photograph Courtesy : Aroh Thombre
Use Of Thick Upholstery | HK Design Group
Emerging as a nuanced fusion of minimalism and scandinavian style, this home is a testament to the impeccable balance of simplicity, functionality, and an unyielding connection to nature. With clean lines, neutral colour palette, prioritization of purposeful furniture, tactile textures, and thoughtful lighting, this space invites inhabitants to embrace a simpler way of living while indulging in timeless elegance.
Designed by: HK Design Group
Location: Gurgaon, Haryana
Principal Architect : Sachin Malik
Photograph Courtesy : Manish kumar
Scandinavian Baby Palette | Studio Trillium
The idea was to give an open floor plan without any visual barriers. The space has a clean layout and appears even larger due to natural light in the house. Each space has different mood board yet some common material palate to create an overall language. This 4bhk contemporary home with diverse material palette is an abode designed for a family of 5 including 2 couples and a beautiful baby girl.
Designed by: Studio Trillium
Principal Designers : Stutie Joshhi & Deepa Agrawal
Timeless Retro Aesthetic | Allium by Astha Bohra
Timeless Classic with a hint of retro is what this Astha Bohra project is all about. Located in Vaishali Nagar, Jaipur, this 7800 sq. ft bungalow with 5 bedrooms captures the spirit of “old money” aesthetics. The design was conceived sans a specific client in mind. Being a show bungalow, the idea was to bring out the best potential of the space in terms of utilisation, function, features, colours-textures, and overall aesthetics. Curated within a tight budget, the focus was on the optimum utilisation of space and material enhancing the luxury & comfort design elements themed in timeless classic with a hint of retro.
Designed by: Allium by Astha Bohra
Principal Designer : Astha Bohra
Photograph Courtesy : Studio BluOra
Royal Indian Ambience |Architect K Atelier
Designed by: Architect K Atelier
Location: Bhopal, Madhya pradesh
Principal Architect : Ar.Kulveer Singh
Photograph Courtesy : studio_newfolder
Beige Louvre Curtain | Atelier |X| architects
Sneak peek into the seating area of the living room and the entrance vestibule. A spacious pause point at the threshold of the home, complete with a floor-to-ceiling shoe cabinet, an elegant seat lit in the presence of framed Madhubani art and a focus floor lamp. This minimalistically designed penthouse is filled with intricacies and homely details.
Designed by: Atelier |X| architects
Project Designers: Saumil Nagar
Photograph Courtesy : Anuja Kambli
Contemporary Wood Finish | UA Lab
The interior concept is defined by enjoying the spaciousness allowing maximum natural light. The interior elements like the Furniture, the wall textures, the ceilings, the tapestries all together are designed to celebrate this spaciousness within the apartment space. We have used wood, hues of grey combined with some pastel tones to create a warm and inviting space.
Designed by: UA Lab
Principal Designer: Vipuja Parmar, Krishnakant Parmar
Photograph Courtesy : Maulik Patel –Inclined Studio
Marble And Coir | Hipcouch
The site is located in the heart of Malabar Hill, surrounded by these buildings from the 60s and 70s which was just the beginning of modern architecture in India. The house was initially designed by a designer which dated back 20-25 years with this great Carrara marble flooring. So, keeping that as an inspiration and the architecture around the building, the house was designed to resonate with the nuances of that early era of the 60s and 70s while keeping it modern at the same time.
Designed by: Hipcouch
Principal Architect : Rishita Das and team Hipcouch
Cane With Burma Teak | SML Architects
Crafted from Shahabad stone and reclaimed Burma teak in combination with either cane, rope or fluted glass, this compact family house utilizes its limited area to create spaces of tranquility, encased from the bustling city around. The intimate scale of the spaces allows attentive focus on the details and surfaces.
Principal Architect : Mahek Lalan
Photograph Courtesy : Sameer Tawde
Shades Of White | Essajees Atelier
Originally, the apartment had five bedrooms, which were converted to three spacious rooms. Sham created a massive main suite, a home office, and a guest bedroom with a large living area and a lovely kitchen and pantry. “We made a lot of changes to the layout. Turning these really tiny rooms into larger layouts and razing everything to the ground and making it fresh has been extremely gratifying for me,” the designer says.
Designed by: Essajees Atelier
Principal Designer: Sarah Sham
Extended Outdoor Seating | Reitsma and Associates
The Zaremba Residence is a bold architectural statement that embodies the playful, adventurous, and cozy lifestyle of a family of five. The clients quickly became enthused about the project with a key goal to create an iconic home for the unique location at the tip of Buddina with the Ocean to the East and Mooloolaba Marina + northern coastline to the North West. The house achieves the client’s street appeal requirements by boasting identifying curves, creating a visually striking effect that is truly unique and iconic to the area.
Designed by: Reitsma and Associates
Photograph Courtesy : Brock Beazley
Surrounded By Nature | Ticiane Lima Arquitetura & Interiores
‘Planeta Casa’ was the motto chosen by CASACOR São Paulo 2019 to unite affectivity, technology and sustainability. Through these pillars, the architect Ticiane Lima, who runs an office of the same name in the city of São Paulo, makes her debut in the show, which takes place from May 28 to August 04, in the Jockey Club, with Casa Conecta, an environment of 125 m² divided in living room, bathroom and terrace, which provides visitors with moments of relaxation, connection and reflection.
Designed by: Ticiane Lima Arquitetura & Interiores
Photograph Courtesy : Denilson Machado – MCA Estúdio
Nature Inspired Wallpaper | Design by SSJ
This was the hybrid brief that was presented to Jayasinha, when they handed over their 1,200-square-foot 3-BHK apartment in upscale Pali Hill, Mumbai, to her. “So while we endeavoured towards the quintessential ‘Scandi’ vibe, we weaved in a few elements from different design styles,” she says. For instance, the muted neutral palette is pleasantly interrupted by a dark grey-blue in one instance and a bespoke nature-inspired wallpaper in another. “Yet, when you walk around the house from one room to the next, it all blends well together,” smiles the designer.
Designed by: Design by SSJ
Photograph Courtesy : Pulkit Seghal
Scandinavian Design is elegant and functional at the same time. It expresses its elegance through warm and simple tones with a fresh aesthetic to create cosy interiors. In order to achieve Scandinavian Design in the Indian context, one must make use of handmade furniture and decor. Light wooden tones and rattan are great ways to contextualise Scandinavian Design. At the same time, indoor plants also contribute to creating a cosy Scandinavian atmosphere. It is also worth noting that the categorization of these inspiring Scandinavian Design ideas is not in chronological order of the best designs. It is a potpourri of beautiful spaces that offer unique perspectives. However, the main challenge of Scandinavian Design is that it may not fit into many people’s budgets. What can architects and interior designers do to make Scandinavian Design cost-effective?
As the door opens, you are welcomed into the home with a warm blue Parisian panelled wall onto your right. On the other side you are welcomed with a beautiful water colour art piece painted by Sivabalan. The panelled wall welcomes you and also creates a sense of intrigue. It creates a sense of arrival […]
A young couple wanted a home that reflects their personalities which have calm vibes and blue aura, which represent tranquility. It is a 2 BHK apartment, this Mumbai adobe is perfect mix of opulence and comfortable living space. The7th Corner Interior designed this 600 sq.ft home considering client vision, after understanding their requirements, they turn […]
Apartment-802 – Contemporary minimalist style very similar to modern interior design involves using the essentials to create a simple and uncluttered space. It’s characterized by simplicity, clean lines, and a monochromatic palette with color used as an accent. It usually combines an open floor plan, lots of light, and functional furniture, and it focuses on […]
Art Emotion Interior Studio’s latest project is located in one of the finest luxury communities in Malad. Neutral colors are primarily set throughout the house. Traditional Indian and Contemporary Design For 3BHK apartment interior where the apartment is customized to suit details befitting the lifestyle of the residents. Right from the entrance up to the […]
The apartment is located at the tip of Malabar Hill, on the top floor, surrounded by water on three sides. The calming sea waters and natural daylight were the two main elements that governed the aesthetics and planning of the floor plate. This apartment is designed to be timeless, subtle yet stylish with coastal vibes […]
The journey of this project began when the clients – Rashmi and Pavan Kumat, became aware of Parekh’s distinctive style, approached them to transform their spacious abode. Avant-garde, quirky, quintessentially American/European, retro, fusion – the possibilities seemed endless. After the rounds of discussion between the architects and the clients, ‘Aurum’ is a harmony of styles where […]
Scandinavian Design is a trending interior design style that originates from the Nordic regions, i.e., Iceland, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, and Norway. It is a minimalistic design style that takes inspiration from the Danish concept of “Hygge”, which celebrates calm and comfortable living. Scandinavian Design also naturally goes with different styles such as contemporary, Boho, Japandi […]
Editor’s Note: In all its compelling glory, Saaz Design Studio has glistened accents tethered with shades of beige and gold. The living room receives a dollop of natural light puts this space onto the pedestal and sets a picture for the upcoming spaces that will be encountered. The generous expanse and outlook of the dwelling […]
With an expansive carpet area of 1900 square feet, this contemporary apartment boasts an impeccable design palette characterized by minimalistic interiors, culminating in a seamless blend of modern aesthetics. Upon crossing the threshold, one is greeted by an exquisitely crafted mandir adorned with veneer and a refined BPG finish, introducing an element of grace and […]
The design of a mandir holds the key to unlocking a serene and sacred space within our homes. Traditional or contemporary, space-saving or customized, mandir designs bring forth the essence of spirituality, allowing us to connect with our inner selves. Let us explore the significance of mandir design as it elevates our spiritual sanctuaries, fostering […]