By : B. Shweta | 02 Mar 2017 | Recent projects
Introduction: Jayabheri Orange county, located in Hyderabad, Telengana, is a premium residential project comprising of 14 storey towers. Located in one of the strategic parts of the city, the community offers a plethora of best possible lifestyle and connectivity. The high end community is well equipped with amenities such as gymnasium, health club, and swimming pool among others.
This apartment is of 3300 SFT with an advantage of a great view. Changes were made to the original layout to match the client’s lifestyle needs.
Concept: The owners wanted to design their space in a way that would bring out an essence of a pleasant urban living environment. The resident couple were US return and wanted a space that addressed their sense of aesthetics. One room was converted in to a Home theatre and one large kitchen was divided into two kitchens namely dry and wet, to meet their day to day lifestyle routine.
From customization based on family’s needs to picking materials, the thought was to achieve a striking balance between minimalism and luxurious opulence, yet to maintain an under stated glamour.
Materials used: Stones are a wonderful way to spruce up a space. Stone sculptures were clad on the wall to create a peaceful tranquillity. Modern materials were used to finish and fabricate the furniture, in combination with stone to give the space a rich and bold urban feel.
Granite and grey vitrified tiles are used in combination with composite white marble in common spaces and the master bedroom, whereas wooden flooring has been used in rest of the rooms to functionally distinguish spaces. In its entirety, the materials used, maintains a balance between clean modern lines and rich cultural aura.
Lighting: Most of the lighting is brought in through coves, to keep the clean ceiling look seamless. The lighting is left uncomplicated, by highlighting the stone surfaces and in general to leave a relaxed ambience.
Challenges: The most challenging aspect was to execute a bold luxurious look without making it boastful.
Look & Feel: Beauty in simplicity was the motive. The spaces are visually distinguished by ceiling and flooring pattern, without using actual partition barrier, making the space look larger to its full capacity. Furniture was customized so as to create a clean elegant and not a pompous look.
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