With sheer Luxury and simplicity and understated elegance, each villa intertwines harmoniously with the mountain on three distinct levels and blends seamlessly into the natural landscape. Staying true to our philosophy, the materials used are natural, with wooden flooring, random-rubble walls, cobblestone pathways, and log rafters.
Longing for the Raw Luxury and Sensorial Harmony with this Contemporary Rustic Design | Earthitects
Showcasing a joyous interplay of stone and wood, the villas are hidden amongst dense foliage and designed with unique elements, keeping sustainability and innovation in mind. Every bit is finely nuanced bespeaking a luxurious yet environmentally responsible aesthetic – A Collectible that ages graciously! Everything, from the furniture to fixtures is crafted in-house, even as some fixtures are locally crafted to support local craftsmanship. The wood is intentionally left unfinished to really accentuate the live edge, and ages gracefully over time. The home becomes a collectible then, a legacy that one passes down over generations.
Everything, from the furniture to fixtures is crafted in-house, even as some fixtures are locally crafted to support local craftsmanship. The wood is intentionally left unfinished to really accentuate the live edge, and ages gracefully over time. The home becomes a collectible then, a legacy that one passes down over generations.
Sculpted as a monolithic piece by our master artisans, this deck chair is the purest representation of the language of Nature.
The ‘Earthitects’ signature design style finds its infinite expression in this unique piece of craftsmanship that portrays understated elegance. Each piece with its distinct personality elevates the beauty of teak wood in its original form combined with cane, weaved by local artisans.
Carved with nature-inspired motifs, the apron of the chair compliments the handpicked natural upholstery which is carefully chosen to tread lightly on the environment. The supports are characterized by tapered ends with subtle detailing.
Robust planks of wood connected by wooden spindles serve as the backrest for the low single-slab seater. Supported by carved wooden legs, the lower slab extends to create a “built-in” side table surface.
Designed by: Earthitects
Project Name: Stone Lodges
Project Type: Residential
Project Size: 13 Acres
Principal Designer: George Ramapuram
Firm’s Website Link: Earthitects
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