Exploring Transitional Design in the Tranquil Suburbs | Palak Shah Design Studio

The project is a magnificent transitional Design four-bedroom home in the tranquil suburbs of Abad, in the Adani Shantigram Township. The flat itself is charming; with three sides that open and faces the lake. The client is a modest family with two young children with a disciplined and upscale personality.

Exploring Transitional Design in the Tranquil Suburbs | Palak Shah Design Studio

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The entrance foyer is enveloped on all sides by paneling with a play of light, making you feel confined as you make your way to the windy and spacious living room. The living area is divided into two sections, one with formal seating and the other with a dining table in the corner. The color scheme is grey, with dark red hues in the console and crockery unit, and grey stone in the TV panel and stone top.

He had a few basic requirements, including a designated section for working from home and attending extended meetings. The overall design was given a background of light and warm veneer tone with vivid color for each bedroom, reflecting their elegant personality. The flat’s second charm was a long stretched wall that was half framed with fluted panels, with a console in front and a painting off centre to the overall setting.

The Drawing room was created to meet a specific need for work from home area. The same fluted paneling runs here, as well as a grey sofa with vibrant pillows and a wooden log table in the centre. The corner with a lake view on one side and a paneled and bright textured wall with a brass metallic touch on the other create the ideal working environment.

The client’s son is young and passionate boy wanting contemporary ambience for this room. Making a statement wall with white brick clad wall reflects the same. The bulky bed in grey fabric appears bold enough in front of the white brick wall. Opposite to the same is dark blue fabric finish contemporary design with dark grey color background wall.

When it comes to the bedrooms, the master suite features full wall paneling with veneer of similar shade with grooving patterns at the bottom as backdrop of bed. The bed in front is dark green color fabric with yellow hues of bedding settling entire color palette. The long wardrobe with veneer shade composed with open boxes of dark green color gives appealing wall frame

Client’s daughter room is framed with accent colors touch along with birch veneer. The bedroom has layout with corner bed, playful for kids, two layered blue fabric headboard. The study table and her piano setup is the other half of the bedroom kept wide and open. The wall in length is highlighted with only horizontal band of an accent color with painting on it.

Fact File

Design By: Palak Shah Design Studio

Project Name: The Impeccable Apartment

Client Name: Mr. Anshuman Pareek

Project Type: Residence Interior Design

Year Built: 2021

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Duration of project: 3.5 Months

Project Size: 2750 Sq.ft

Project Cost Appx : 55 Lac

Principal Architect: Palak Shah

Design Team: Palak Shah, Charul Bdala

Photograph Courtesy: Umang Shah

Products & Materials: Finishes: Prāto / Lighting: Immense Q

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