Spectrum of High End Italian Furniture to Artwork from Local Artists, this Apartment Design has it all covered | Chicago Studio

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The house is a blend of modern, contemporary, minimal yet dramatic styles. From high end Italian furniture to artwork from local artists, this house is a mix of all.

Spectrum of High End Italian Furniture to Artwork from Local Artists, this Apartment Design has it all covered | Chicago Studio

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We started with a bare shell for this apartment and molded it according to the client’s needs. It is a space that makes you feel right at home. Using linear as well as curved forms, this apartment has a soul of its own. 

 

The space has been segregated by the material and color, formal spaces in a neutral palette and the informal spaces being highlighted with pops of color.

It is a space that makes you feel right at home. Using linear as well as curved forms, this apartment has a soul of its own. The space has been segregated by the material and colour, formal spaces in a neutral palette and the informal spaces being highlighted with pops of colour.

Using furniture from high end international brands such as Gallotti and Radice, Roche Bobois, Giorgetti, Baxter, as well as Indian brands and designers such as Arjun Rathi, Minotti, and Hatsu, this house has it all.

We tried using neutral colors to make the space look clean, but added a pop of color in some spaces to make it look a bit edgier at the same time.

Making use of the amount of ventilation and natural light it already offered, we didn’t want to hamper it with brick walls, so we went with glass partitions instead in a lot of spaces.

Every room has a different story and monotony to it, representing its resident.

The design philosophy was to segregate spaces, but not with enclosed walls, make the house look much bigger than it already is, yet make the spaces segregated, so everyone has a little privacy when they need it.

Every site has at least one thing that it teaches the designer, Our takeaway from this house  was that client’s one unusual demand can lead to beautiful creations, and also make us go beyond our own design understanding to fulfil it, yet balance with our own design process.

The main challenge was dividing spaces into so many enclosed rooms yet, not using blocked walls. Using glass partitions is an easy option, but keeping in mind the privacy is of utmost importance.

Client Brief- They required a spacious, ventilated and bright yet neutral house. Not too much drama happening everywhere, but yet classy, minimalistic and some pop of color.

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Fact File :

Designed by : Chicago Studio Interior Architects

Project Type : Residential Apartment

Project Name : House By The Bay

Location : Thane, Maharashtra

Year Built : 2020

Duration of project : 1.5 Years

Project Size: sq feet :  3,518 Square feet

Project Cost Appx : 5 Cr.

Principal Architect : Priya Lakhotia Parikh

Team Design Credits : Design Associate- Jayati Katkoriya | Site Supervisor- Shailan Shaikh

Photograph Courtesy : Talib Chitalwala

Products and Materials :

Finishes-Veneer and PU Paint | Wallcovering / Cladding : Moldings and Veneer Paneling | Lighting : Arjun Rathi | Doors and Partitions : Framed Glass parittions | Sanitary ware : Kohler | Furniture : Baxter, Galloti, Roche Boboi, Giorgetti, Minotti | Flooring : Wooden Flooring & White Marble  | Paint : Asian Paints | Hardware : Hafele, Norisys

Consultants for the Project : Civil: Banwarilal | Interior Designers : Priya Lakhotia Parikh, Jayati Katkoria | MEP & HVAC Consultants : Prakash Choudhary | Contractors : Chandan Chouhan | Project Managers : Shailan Shaikh | Interior Styling : Sam Wadekar

Color Palette for each area :

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