Inspired by the overall architecture of the building the
apartment is designed for inasmuch an optimal layout as for spatial experience. Irregularly
angular spaces, and numerous residual nooks and recesses are rationalized.
The oddly shaped master bedroom is combined with its neighboring room through concealed
doors to create a larger more luxurious room. This can be divided into a third room with an
en suite as required.
The paneling also conceals a large walk in wardrobe and bathroom.
For Note D, reshaping the interior architecture is a great design opportunity - volumes and geometries that are not only a decorative backdrop but a primary device that creates interior atmosphere. For example, the custom designed fireproof lobby is as much a functional requirement as an aesthetic necessity for the living room. The seemingly infrastructural element becomes the biggest feature as you enter the apartment. The sculptural wall talks to the petal shaped decks across the living room.
Furniture pieces speak as much about the apartment design as the clients personal inclination. Italian sofas, Persian carpets, antique side tables & custom made tables from marble wastage are chosen to complement each other.