Residence at Lodha Belmondo, Pune | The Spatium Interiors
The carpet area for this apartment is approx. 1457sq.ft (excluding terrace).The carpet area for the terrace is 104sq.ft.
The entrance lobby is quite dramatic with slits in the ceiling and a similar pattern is continued on walls with the use of veneer and mirror. The credenza top is finished in veneer and the shutter and drawers are done in MDF 3D decorative panels finished in white Matt Duco finish. The long vase is an artifact purchased from Jaipur and a few of their collectible is placed in this lobby.
Living cum Dining Area:
The wooden rafters finished in veneer starting from the wall and continuing in the ceiling add a lot of warmth to the whole area smartly dividing the living and the dining area. All the furniture in the living and dining area is customized as per design requirements. The grey sofas, travertine finished table tops, blue dining chairs, and floral print master chairs slip into the whole space very well adding bright colors to space. The TV unit backdrop has a wooden jali which amazingly gets merged with the whole design and the same jail is the backdrop for 2 floral print master chairs in the living area.
Travertine marble cladding with indirect lighting behind the seating ledge in the dining area adds amazing texture & warmth to the whole space with its variation in colors and veins. The holes in travertine marble are not filled as we wanted to maintain the original beauty of the marble and to retain its texture even the polish is Matt finish.A few walls in the living area are finished in wallpapers.
Terrace attached to the living area has grey tiles in the flooring with staggered tile joints and the terrace furniture is in white marble with inlay work purchased from Jaipur.
8’-0” X 4’-0” Statuario tiles are the main element in this bedroom as the same tiles serve as the headboard for the bed back and backdrop for TV as well. Adding a mirror on both sides of the Statuario backdrop serves the purpose of dressing as well as gives a bigger perspective to the room by adding a lot of depth to space. All the furniture here is finished in veneer and walls in grey wallpaper and the red furnishings add so much of brightness to the room.
The backdrop for the simple beds headboard is a dark grey with 2 paintings and 2 sleek pendant lights with soft lighting complementing the design of the bedroom. Opposite side of the bed had too many things like a door to the bathroom, a TV unit and a dressing mirror, so to get this wall look huge was a challenge. To achieve the look of a one huge wall with all the above-mentioned requirements resulted in a pattern created with laminate and mirror adding geometry and depth to the room.
A huge full height patterned headboard with mirror border on the sides and wooden mounding panels on wall serve as a backdrop to the bed and side tables.
TV wall is finished in wallpaper and the tv unit below is finished in laminate and veneer both.
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Flooring for Entrance Lobby, Living/dining, kitchen, Master Bedroom & all common areas is done in Bottochino Marble. The terrace has Grey Tiles in flooring applied in a staggered pattern. Kid’s Bedroom and Guest bedroom flooring are done in wooden laminated flooring.
For wall cladding & covering we have used Grey Travertine marble, Staturaio tiles, Wallpapers, tinted & clear mirrors, laminates & veneers, paint & MDF Jali.
A very beautifully planned township having breathtaking exteriors and amazing ventilation in all rooms. Our clients were quite clear that they wanted a home which is cozy, warm and fresh with a touch of Indian design elements. They also had a few collectibles during their travel which they were very specific of and were very sure of their placements. It is quite a challenging job to team up with clients who are very well aware of what they want.
Designer firm: The Spatium Interiors
Project type: Apartment interiors
Carpet Area: 1457sq.ft
Photography credits: Prashant Bhatt
Designers: Sagar Deshmukh, Vandana Deshmukh, Anil Panchal