Luxury 4 BHK Apartment Interior at Arjun Skylife
- Project Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat
- Carpet Area: 1,800 sq. ft.
- Project Completion Year: 2021
In the master bedroom, Veneer, PU finish, MCM cladding, come in harmony and enhance the ambiance. The hidden-TV concept has been used to bring maximum natural light inside. The automated hydraulic system helps to hide/watch TV whenever needed.
The client brief demanded that the interiors should delight the eye and also soothe the soul. Creating a simple, practical, and uncluttered space was the Architect’s line of action.
The balcony is treated with textured stone walls and wooden ceilings; these natural materials connect the outside to the inside and make us feel closer to nature.
The whole space is designed with a blend of dim and bright lighting serving various different purposes.
An open-planned, modular kitchen with a breakfast counter and pendant lights hanging down the ceiling accentuates the elegance and the overall appeal of the dining area. The ivory-shaded dining stone makes it elegant and functional.
As one enters, the living room unfolds itself in muted tones of grey and white with veneer. The cement spray ceiling with unique pattern and brick-cladding wall highlight the whole space.
A secluded yet eye-catching camouflage in the passage with a small mandir highlights a dramatic and striking feature of the whole apartment whilst skilfully balancing the subtlety.
The Parents’ room has been rendered with the warmth of veneer, sliced in a pattern in the headboard, continuing in the backdrop with raw stone texture and mirror grids.
The theme of the son’s bedroom is kept modern with clean lines, minimal design elements, and the use of a selective material-color palette. The study nook has been highlighted by continuing veneer finish pattern with rose-gold SS Patti from ceiling to camouflaging the toilet door.
The bedrooms having wooden floors while the common areas having Italian marble floors…hence separating the private and public space within.
Each room has been designed taking into consideration its occupancy and its preferences. The guest bedroom is the smallest of all rooms. To make it look spacious, a monochromatic and muted material palette is used.
Hanging lights and wall accessories impeccably and aesthetically bring out the opulence, exuberance, and understated glamour of the interior.