4 independent apartments were connected to make this 5 bedroom residential duplex. Spatially, the common areas like the living room, dining room, bar, lounge, den, study, 2 guest rooms and the main kitchen were on the lower floor, while the private spaces like the 3 bedroom suites, a family room and small pantry were on the upper floor.
Antique beige was used through most of the lower floor to maintain a homogenous look to the apartment as most of the spaces were interconnected. A different look was given to each of the guest by adding varied wall hues in terms of paints/wall coverings. A wood ceiling was used over the dining space to make it more intimate, with decorative lights above the main table. The lounge was given a cozier ambience by using a wood floor, different vibrant coloured low seating and smoked grey mirror on the ceiling. Since the den and study was heavily paneled with woodwork, a coloured cement floor was used to brighten up the space.
It embodied a traditional motif to maintain the classical nature of this space. Each of the 3 bedroom suites were delicately treated, embodying the personalities of the people who were to inhabit them. Each suite had 4 sections – the bedroom space, the lounge like space for casual conversation within the room, the walk-in wardrobe and the bathroom.
120,00 sq. ft.