Dr. Yagnik road, B/h,D.H. College
This is a residential project undertaken by our design team. What is special about this project is that the desired outcome was achieved in a short span of 100 days. The lightly toned wood used in the house perfectly sets with the even lighter colours used in furnishing and thus eventually creates an emphasis on the wooden elements used in the partitions and other areas. There is a swing kept in the living area which is a very dear element to some people. The furniture kept has a minimal characteristic which makes the project look modern contemporary. The house has a lot of straight angles and negligible curves following the modern style of design. The aesthetics of the house are neutral with a pop of colour in certain areas which help in making the space attractive. The mandir area has a special character to it because of the niches created on the sides and bells attached in the same. That makes the space more embracing and does justice to the importance of the temple in an India family. The bedrooms follow a similar pattern of the neutral colour palette with wooden furnishing elements. There are ambient yellow soft glow lights present all over the house that makes it a cosy place to be in.