This contemporary style house was designed with a long drive way made interesting with Landscape. Long passage in the front leads the house. This passage helps to cut down the noise and air pollution of centrally located house in the metro city of Chennai.
The house contains 6 Bedrooms, a master bedroom, a kid’s bedroom, a study room, a living room, a family room, a dining room overlooking a beautifully designed courtyard, a modern kitchen and a terrace garden. Interior of the house is designed in sleek and contemporary style with the use of rich veneers for a luxury feel. Marble cladding in the common areas like living, dining, and family rooms helps in easy maintenance. Each room is designed to suit the personality of the occupant with large French doors and contemporary 'Sitting Window' which provides a special place for children and younger adults to sit and read or enjoy a panoramic view of the outside.
Exterior view of the house has been designed in simple white finish with glass and wooden handrails at different levels for a contemporary look.
Main gate with long passage which leads to the house has been designed with interesting feature on the wall with rustic brick finish, insulates the house from the hectic traffic noise and pollution of the city.
Drawing room in the front has a simple yet rich look with the use of dark shade veneer and marble cladding on the entrance wall.
Curtains in the drawing room open up to a large glass partition for courtyard view outside.
Living and dining rooms have a light colour marble with similar marble cladding on the walls giving a very spacious look to the over all interior of the house.
Wood panelling with butched glass behind the TV unit also acts as a partition to the dining area
Dining room opens up to the courtyard area with clear glass doors and partition.
Handrails are designed with sleek wooden vertical post in combination with glass and top rail that matches with the veneers.
View of dining area showing courtyard,crockery unit and the staircase which forms a perfect corner for a formal dining area.
False ceiling designed in the dining room highlights the crockery unit which has similar lines and shape with matching veneer.
Beautifully designed courtyard is broad and bright with pergolas at first floor level brining in natural light and greenery into the house.
Bedroom-1 looks bright and cheerful with the use of a contrast colour to highlight the bedside wall.
Large French windows draped with curtains give an elagant look to the room and open up to balcony and sit out area for additional lights
Wooden panelling around the window makes a nice seating area in bedroom-1.
The family room in the first floor has simple furnitures for free movement in this common area.
A display unit designed in the family room with bright background and spot lights bright up the corner.
Passage in the first floor around the staircase is bright with simple wooden false ceiling that matches with patterns created on the flooring.
Bedroom-2 in the first floor has been designed with two shades of veneer with contrast colour patterened effect created on the bedside wall.
Light colour drapary on large french window and other furnishings make the room look spacious and bright.
Wood panelling around the window and a corner table makes a perfect informal and cozy seating in this bedroom-2.
Primary colours and curves dominates this kids's bedroom in first floor which is designed for two kids.
A seperate study room, planned in the first floor has a large french window for added lighting required in this area.
Bedroom-3 in the first floor has been designed with two contrast veneers named zebrano and wenge whose horizontal strips helps to widen up the area and gives a dramatic look.
Horizontal grains of veneer is contined as wall panelling along with the doors and wardrobe to give an even look to the room.
View of the Terrace Garden area which has lush green grass surrounded by pebble flooring which can be viewed from the french windows provided in the bedrooms.
View of staircase from second floor with teakwood and glass handrail.
Monotony of the long passage in the front is broken down with intresting feature on the compound wall with rustic brick and stone finish.