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Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, India-400614
Mudliar's Pad, Residential-Apartments
Located on 4th floor of Progressive Builders is Mudliars' Pad at Vashi, Navi Mumbai. Mudliars approached us to design a house that would make the crammed up 1500 sqft Bombay apartment seem larger and to accommodate functions like study room, pooja room etc. Functionality played parallel to vastu and aesthetics, the apartment has been redesigned with an open plan concept to reduce the walls and make larger volumes. The puja room has been very neatly tucked in between the living area and balcony with shoji inspired screens keeping in mind the vastu directed/allocated space for the same. Similar concept is followed into the lounge like space which comprises the open kitchen, dining and living areas. The shoji inspired frame connects the breakfast-cum-bar counter to the dining table. This demarcates area for dining yet not being obstructive in the lounge like living space. All the furniture has been made out of ply and teak strips to reduce cost which looks exactly like wood after finishing.
Breakfast-cum-Bar counter with interior view sketches
Furnished evenly in wood, this is how breakfast cum bar counter looks like. Right portion of the image corresponds to sketches of the interiors.
Glass False Ceiling in Dining Room
Shoji-inspired Framework demarcating dining area from living area
Dining table and Living Area
The designer dining table is made up of wood yet have glass strip in the middle.Living Room receives ample light thanks to tall French Windows.
Study Room and Puja Space
The decor of both- the study room and Pooja Space is kept subtle.
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