We were asked to renovate an empty hall with an open terrace into a penthouse for a family of five.
The clients, an artist and engineer couple, wanted an eclectic space which had influences ranging from Chettinadu to contemporary to moorish. It was critical that the different styles and color schemes coordinated and complimented in creating an overall sense of harmony, much like a piece of modern art. We Gladly obliged to the client's request of converting the open terrace into a chettinadu themed Sitout space. Stone pillars were sourced and restored from Pondycherry, Flooring was sourced from Athangudi, and a quite a bit of furniture (armchairs, Chettinadu doors, wooden trunk) were restored from their ancestral house. The kid's room was the most interesting space in the house. the room was for 3 creative little kids with a penchant for mischief . The clients wanted a vibrant space which doubles up as a play room. It was conceptualized as as a ship bunk in the middle of the ocean.e bunk bed with a an attic space acts as a multi functional area which could act as extra sleeping space on a sleepover, a cozy reading nook with bright blue sky to look up to, or as a play area. We also had to plenty of display space for the client to display her wide collection of art.