Aristo Sapphire - 650 Sq.ft

Freedom in design is every designer’s fantasy, especially if that is the brief from the client. This was our kick start with this huge private terrace; rare in Mumbai suburbs and yet our clients were fortunate enough to own this beautiful space.
The very first proposed layout was executed and zoned with a sheltered wooden deck to enjoy the outdoors on drizzly days. The pinstriped awning was cleverly installed to camouflage spikes used to keep pigeons at bay.
A faux rustic window sourced from an antique wood mart in ChorBazar was refurbished and incorporated with solid bird cages and hand-painted trees and birds to form a serene perspective. This nearly neutral mix forms a contrasting background to dark rattan cane furniture with block-coloured cushions in ‘Sunbrella Fabrics’ accompanying various hues.
Lights are a great way to add that dramatic touch to your space and provide the option to create multiple ambiences. The soft ambient lighting delivers the perfect atmosphere for cozy barbeques. Customized artwork and creative arrangements make this outdoor as warm and comfortable as their plush interiors.
A carefully zoned terrace garden is incomplete without plantations which were well thought of considering the humid climate and maintenance aspect for convenience. Low maintenance plants like Bougainvillea, Ivy, White Champa, Adeniums and Ferns were highly recommended by our in-house landscaping expert.
This vibrant rooftop is an ideal cocoon in Mumbai’s active hustle!

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Preeti Singh added this to 16 Garden Wall Art Ideas for Your Balcony6 July 2019

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Vaishnavi Nayel Talawadekar added this to 12 Indian Homes' Balconies That Redefine the Art of Lounging8 February 2018

Rooftop loungeThis rooftop seating arrangement by INC Design Studio is a colourful spin on casual outdoor cafes. The hand-drawn wall mural breaks away from the blocks of red, turquoise and black. See how the lone window shutter bursts out in turquoise, forming an eye-popping focal point along the wall.

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