This House is a Dalmia VijaTV Award winner Year 2011
The contemporary styled house is situated Eastern coast. It has 3 bedrooms, a master bedroom, a living room, a large dining area with an open pooja room, a family room, a study room and a kitchen with a breakfast counter. The pooja room has been designed in open style and receives abundant natural lighting from the sky light above it. The Pooja room located on the ground floor, could be seen even from the family room in the first floor. The house has also got a nicely designed terrace. The use of Zebrano veneer for Interiors, creates a sense of vibrancy within the house. As a cost effective technique and also to create a tall ceiling effect, no False ceiling has been used. Instead, the lights were fitted inside the roof slab itself to evoke a false ceiling effect. The colours used in the interiors add cheer to the house. Interiors Concepts. The use of Zebrano veneer for Interiors, creates a sense of vibrancy within the house. As a cost effective technique and also to create a tall ceiling effect, no False ceiling has been used. Instead, the lights were fitted inside the roof slab itself to evoke a false ceiling effect. The colours used in the interiors add cheer to the house.
Exterior view of the house has been designed in simple white and finish in the pergolas and the main gate for a contemporary look.
Exterior view of the house has multiple levels which has been painted in contrast yellow colour as highlights.
The passage around the house has been designed in rustic plain flooring with planters with Terracotta and stone murals
Interiors of the living room is designed with simple furnitures and well selected furnishings for a bright and vibrant look.
Foyer area is highlighted with a simple table with display of artefacts and wall hanging.
Study table and a utility table has been combined together with zebrano veneer finish and a sleek wall shelve above.
View of living room in the front.
Dining area near the staircase is bright and spacious with large French window
Dining table was specifically selected to match with the veneers used in the interiors with bright multi colour furnishings.
Puja room has been planned in the courtyard which is seen from the first floor also.
Puja area in the corner is decorated with traditional artefacts and green planters which brighten up the space.
The puja unit doors are simple and contemporary with veneer and glass finish.
Being a low budget interior project the light were embedded into the concrete slab to create a look of false ceiling.
Hand picked wall art,murals and decorative artefacts add upto to the over all bright and cheer full interiors.
Slope roof and low height wall designed in the puja room gives a traditional look in this courtyard.
Balcony in the first floor has been designed with seating and simple murals and planters around the wall.
Daughter-1's bedroom in the first floor has a 'Sitting Window' designed with white walls in contrast to blue furnishings for a bright look.
Daughter-2's bedroom has a touch of pink and purple shade in the furnishing to give a feminine look.
Balconies have been painted in bright yellow for a contrast look in the exterior.
Family room in the first floor has bright multi colour furnitures with simple display unit highlighted with hanging lights in the landing area.
Master bedroom in the first floor has highlighting red and orange shade brought in in through furnishings and curios.
Toilets have been designed in simple contemporary tiles in strip highlighters.
Corner of the passage was turned into a focal point with a simple table and treasured artefacts and decorative flowers.
Night view of the house with artificial lights.
Simple sleek lines created in the exterior of the house gives a modern and contemporary look.
Neutral colour scheme has been broken with multi colour fabric given in seating of breakfast table in this spacious kitchen.
Kitchen has been designed in simple wooden cabinets with neutral wall and floor tiles.