To create an interior design project doesn’t always merely come to the point of merging modern design concepts together and creating an exquisite yet out of the box aesthetic. Sometimes, reminiscing about the client’s roots truly enhances the entire ambiance and does it all, and this contemporary house that we are about to welcome you inside has it all – a tranquil aesthetic with familiar vibes, meet The House with Poise – Indore.
This 28,000 private residence designed by Khushalani Associates is located in Bicholi, an upcoming exurb of Indore (akin to what the Hamptons are to New York). By virtue of being a business leader in his industry, the client is a globe trotter, albeit with strong Indian values. The challenge was to cater to his Indian sensitivities, more
specifically, towards Vaastu compliance, while keeping his Ecumenical tastes in mind. The result is a
contemporary house with strong Indian roots, instagrammable interior design ideas yet livable, with functionality and aesthetics maintaining a fine balancing act.
“As a design studio, we are neither maximalists nor minimalists. We strongly believe that the décor of eachspace should be dictated by its use and the personality of its user. Each area in this house is an expression of this belief while attempting to keep an overall stylistic coherence.”
For this luxury home, the architecture firm designed that wood would be the basic inspiration for the entire project. Due to the earthy tones introduced into this contemporary house, it was logical that furniture design pieces in the same palette would be the perfect fit. Boca do Lobo‘s Infinity Console Table was the perfect match when the firm was looking for that statement piece that would give a striking effect when entering this incredible abode.
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The architecture of the house was devised in such a way that it is adequate light for the areas; in a house that has wall to wall, full-height windows it becomes essential to control sunlight in a way that it is welcome and not something one struggles to shun.
“The South and West facades are more closed out housing services like the lift & staircase block and store and non-habitable spaces like the Kitchen, Pantry, and Bathrooms. Any rooms facing south and west had large overhanging decks and cavity walls. Terracing towards the north and the east to create a comfortable environment for the infinity pool and semi-formal seating areas around it.” states the architecture firm in charge of this contemporary home.