A three bedroom sample flat has been designed with a modern conceptual framework with emphasis on materials, textures, colours and lighting.
As we enter from the lobby into the drawing room, a wall cladding of veneer and leatherite highlights the space with a modern artwork, while a laser cut ceiling pattern creates a dramatic effect in the space.
The home is conspicuous by its no-doors layout. Space has been carved out by using mirrors to reflect a larger volume, display units doubling up as room dividers, following an open-plan layout, opting for a minimalist décor and fitting balconies with glass balustrades — in order to maintain a fluid and capacious feel.
The dining room has a mirror mural on the wall with an open kitchen; a wooden partition used to keep artefacts create a physical space division.
The bedroom next to dining room has interesting wallpaper, the interior space highlighted by natural light.
The children’s room next to it has been designed as orange theme with use of bright wallpaper, extending to the artefacts and painting.
The master bedroom has an interesting ceiling form creating cove lighting with tree mural highlights on the back wall, while the furniture has been designed along minimalistic and straight line delineations in keeping with the overall theme of the interior space.
Kapil Aggarwal considers himself an artist turned into an architect, and considers every project an extension of his art form, his design a reflection of his self where each space has been considered as a canvas frame.