Contemporary Interior Design and Traditional Architecture | Vishwakarma

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Thorat Villa – The Twin House – The design approach for these 4BHK contemporary interior design residences at Peth vadgaon, Kolhapur was to create spaces that are constantly connected to the outside. The planning revolved around a landscaped Central Courtyard and a very honest Material Palette.

Contemporary Interior Design and Traditional Architecture | Vishwakarma

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Exposed Concrete and Brick surfaces paired with Terracotta and Metal Jaalis were used to create different experiences within the Villa. Each room intends to capture a unique story and thus has its own design and material language.


The two residences, however different in their own way, are tied together in terms of Massing, Architectural language and their linear horizontal placement on the site. The overall language of the two houses maintain a common rhythm, making them appear as one and united. There exists an intentional transparency and visual connection between the houses.

The interiors are kept minimal and neat, with the aim to remain true to the brief that was given by the client.

Fact File

Designed By: Vishwakarma

Typology: Residence Interior Design

Project Name: Thorat Villa

Location: Kolhapur, Maharashtra

Built: 2021

Size: 6500 sq.ft.

Project Cost Appx: 2.5 Crore

Principal Architect: Tejan Nalavade

Photography Credits: Sanjay Chaugule

Consultants of The Project

Civil: M.R. Nalavade

Structure Engineer: Prasad Kulkarni

Firm’s Instagram Link: Vishwakarma

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