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Gurgaon, Haryana, India-122001 |Practicing since: Oct. 15, 2015
BAR Design F-701 The Villas Gurgaon, Residential-Others
An unusual location for a bar, the designated area of installation was an opening in the living room entrance wall, Given that the bar shares the same depth as that of the wall leaving lesser storage scope, maximizing the storage became a design priority.Also the make and material was required such as to match the existing living room shades of dark walnut & off white floor.
VIEW FROM LIVING
The bar is designed like a portal (opening), to match the already existing series of portals defining the living and dining.It is crafted in the matching dark walnut veneer already used in the existing portals.
SERVING SIDE VIEW 1
The serving side of the bar is fitted with an off white leather upholstery in a check pattern.The choice of material in walnut veneer & leatherette upholstery helps the bar blend into the surrounding as part of the furniture.Recessed led washes the leatherette with warm white light
VIEW FROM DINING
Unlike a conventional bar, the bar-tending area is not hidden and faces the entrance lobby.This required an elevation designed with the same intricacy as the serving area elevation.Shutters are therefore provided to hide the storage.
SERVING SIDE VIEW 2
The top of the portal is a bulkhead that acts like an over head storage. A custom made light fixture made of back lit acrylic box spans the width of the portal and makes the bulkhead appear larger and heavier and also lights up the black granite counter top.
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