Located in Shillong, the mansion portrays the symbiotic relationship between man and nature, perched upon the lush green hills, the building envelopes the interior spaces with undulating waves of wooden ribs canopy over the space to create an enclosed and intimate environment for dining, socializing and entertainment, yet you intuitively feel at home. Starting with the living room, with its big openable windows amalgamates the nature with that of the living space, one of its distinctive features is the column with spiral strips around it, gradually spreading all over the ceiling recreating the water ripple effect, in a way it binds the entire house in split levels as one. This flow is reflected in the fire place as well thus maintaining the continuity. The dining area leaves no stones unturned to make its presence felt in the house and with the extensive use of glass and mirror reflect the client’s versatile characteristics that she enjoys among her rank and file. Each of the bedrooms either opens to huge open balconies, terraces or to the scenic beauty of the area creating a habitable space bonding well, surrounding the elements of nature. The intermediate spaces between each habitable space have interesting features incorporated thus avoiding boredom during the transition. The bar overlooking the swimming pool outside, has been given a very cozy wooden set-up keeping the cold climate in mind. Another interesting feature of the mansion is its prayer room. Located almost at the center of the house, its partition walls have been incorporated in glass with storage/ display racks on to the walls, the drop ceiling and diffused lighting, creating an ambience apt for prayer services. The gym equipped with all modern facilities, is abundant with full sized windows on both sides, facilitating cross ventilation, thus making the gym a haven of fresh air. Last but not the least the private office cabin in the house equally demonstrates the client’s power and presence in the society.