Aesthetics are the artistry. As an architect, the primary idea is to create functionally efficient spaces. Of course, visual appeal is important. In this project, it was important to pay extreme attention to aesthetics and detailing – because the design certainly had to go beyond its functionality. The styling of each element was therefore a challenge; it had to look good on its own – and complement the theme too!
The setting is designed in such a way so that all family members can gather together and watch or perform programs.
Beautifully crafted with simplicity - Artistic and contemporary style of wooden window
Jhula (swing) at otta with pots, pans and copper light fixtures blended the appeal which again bundled with traditional door and plants.
Traditional decoration with pleasing plantation at the porch side
Kucthi wall treatment in the living room, with zarokha spell binds the onlooker and so does as the multipurpose console.
Degda, textile puppets and chairs with peacock fabric were just right to set the mood.
fine quality seating with round table for the family in most appealing manner