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MUMBAI , Maharashtra, India-400086 |Practicing since: Feb. 5, 2004
Indian Exotic Indulgence, Residential-Single family dwelling
The luxurious interior design of this Mumbai apartment is a tribute to Indian art and craftsmanship designed by The Ashleys
Teak Wood Door
It took the craftsmen 30 days to painstaking scoop 50,00,000 circles in the surface .
ZingyEdit: As the notion goes, "First impression is the last impression." Entrance is a vital aspect in architecture, for any building or space. The entrance of this project strives to mark its impression with the handmade texture created on the surface, it is bound to be never missed by an onlooker.
The floating wall backdrop to the television is designed with 20,000 sliced wine bottle corks.
ZingyEdit: Redefining the term sustainability by the reuse of sliced wine bottle corks, the wall unit for basing the television was prepared, without compromising on the aesthetic values of the area.
This picture relates to/has: Living Room, Large Living Room, sofa, wooden flooring, Area Rug, window blinds, false ceiling
Staircase leading to the other floor with a view of the dining area.
This picture relates to/has: Dining Room, Large Dining Room, wooden flooring, Wooden Staircase, Wooden Dining Table, Wooden chair
The wooden top of the dining table has alternate wooden engraved circles and oxidized brass hand cut circles inlayed into the wood.
This picture relates to/has: Dining Room, Large Dining Room, Wooden Dining Table
Indian Maharaja Baithak
The free standing seating is a Contemporary reminisce of the luxurious Indian Maharaja Baithak.
ZingyEdit: Blending traditional with the contemporary,this project is the perfect illustration of amalgamation trends.
This picture relates to/has: Outdoors, Deck
20,000 blocks of wood each hand carved were meticulously set together to make the head board.
This picture relates to/has: Bedroom, Master Bedroom, cushions, pillows, bed, Area Rug
An ancient Indian art of inlaying precious stone in wooden surface has been employed to embellish graphical flowers in the Walk-In wardobe shutters adding a hint of delicacy to them in this duplex apartment.
This wardrobe is inspired from Indian Jari work an art traditionally used to embellish sarees with golden thread. The entwined thread design has been carved into a 10 mm veneer thickness and then filled in with gold laq. Each thread took 3 days and one karigar working on it for 2 days.
This picture relates to/has: Wardrobe, Wooden Wardrobe, Zari work, gold embedded furniture
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