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Bangalore, Karnataka, India-560020 |Practicing since: April 24, 2012
Pinal & Falguni Thakur Penthouse Apartment, Residential-Single family dwelling
Design can be a long drawn marathon. Take our recently completed penthouse project for example. A project 18 months in the making, where we endured vagaries such as changing budgets, changing project requirements, client idiosyncrasies etc., to name a few. We did mange to encompass all this & finished the project. While the client often redrew our scope of work, (...& their budget, fueled by their growing trust in us), we upped our ante & surpassed their expectations. Every piece of furniture was designed, detailed & delivered, keeping in mind our clients lifestyle, usage & requirements. We believe that Design is a matter of trust. Of trusting your designer to understand & deliver for you. Deliver all the things you did say & the things you could not say as well. And for us Designers, it is also a matter of earning our Clients trust. This was an extensive interior renovation & refurbishment project for a Four Bedroom Penthouse Apartment in Sultanpalya Extension, Bangalore.
The Bar Counter is seen on the far right.
This picture relates to/has: Center Tables
The square central table is designed so that its chairs can be stowed into it, forming a cube of an outer furniture space.
The terrace area
The Terrace Area has some seating ledges & benches. (The pots / plants were already existing & we couldn't do anything much about it)
This picture relates to/has: Terrace, Recessed Lights, Wooden Ceiling, Wooden Rafters, Planters, wooden rafters ceiling, Furniture
View of the Terrace Area from the Bar Counter.
This was an open Terrace Area earlier which was covered.
A close up view of the table.
A door into this space from the external staircase (not seen) was closed & additional wardrobe / storage was created (on the right). The Media Room & the Master Bedroom open into this space. The Terrace is seen outside.
The Family Room. The door on the right leads to the Media Room, next to the highlight wall.
A view from the Master Bedroom.
This picture relates to/has: Bedroom, Master Bedroom, pillows, bed, Ceiling Design, glass door, Ceiling Fan, Cabinet, Furniture
This lighting for this Bedroom was designed with four varying combinations.
This picture relates to/has: Bedroom, Teens Bedroom, bed, glass door, marble flooring, Ceiling Fan, Stool, Headboards, Furniture
The Master Bedroom as you enter it. The bed has storage cabinets underneath.The false ceiling is also made in Plywood & finished in Veneer as like the rest of the room. The ceiling fan was designed by someone for / at Bajaj Industries!
View from the corner of the bedroom
This picture relates to/has: Bedroom, Master Bedroom
Another view of the son's room. This bed has another stowaway bed underneath for guests / visitors. The false ceiling is of Gypsum Board.
This picture relates to/has: Ceiling Design
This room is slightly on the longer side & furnishing it was proving to be difficult. This custom sofa can be split into two & can be arranged in an "L" pattern as well, suiting varying seating arrangement.
Our Poster for the Project.
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