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KOLKATA, West Bengal, India-700032 |Practicing since: Sept. 12, 2008
Sinclairs Retreat Dooars, Chalsa, Hospitality-Hotel
Set in the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas the Resort which looks over a 22 acre plot of unabashed greenery is flanked by the Gorumara forest sanctuary, tea plantations and torrential rivers.
Sinclairs Hotels Ltd
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The Spa Block
The spa block was rendered in locally available stones from the nearby river bed
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The gym overlooking the pool area
This picture relates to/has: Gyms, glass partition, wooden flooring
Burra Sahib Suite
“Burra Sahib” suite reminiscent of the exotic, quaint and luxurious lifestyle of the colonial tea estate planters of North Bengal. Done up with period style furniture and décor.
This picture relates to/has: Living Room, Bar Counter, Furniture, Lighting, Indoors, Interior Design, Dining Room, Room, Lobby, Reception, Apartment, Floor, Flooring, Arch, Vault Ceiling, Theater, Hall, Flagstone, Yard
The Massage Room
The Spa block housed four massage rooms each equipped with its own shower and foot spa facilities. The room walls remained bare faced stones,locally available from the river beds.The flooring was made with broken unused Kota stones.
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Entrance Lobby & Lounge
The idea was to retain a docile character for the built spaces, so that the built spaces inside or outside comes as a natural corollary to the myriad of greenness that is omnipresent. The alphabets of design were dhoopi, a kind of cheap, light weight easily available wood and bamboo, another easily available material. The design involved creation of two symbolic windows of bamboo forests, created using bamboos naturally treated under the sun.
This picture relates to/has: Cabinet, Drawer, Furniture, Sideboard, Wood, Floor, Flooring, Hardwood, Stained Wood, Chest
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