219 Boat Club
219 Boat Club
studio HINGE
The bed folds up on to the wall behind it between wardrobes, assisted by concealed hydraulic gas pumps requiring minimal effort by one person. Once the bed is folded up, sliding folding doors are drawn across it to align with the adjacent cupboards. Once closed, the entire wall appears to be a continuous wardrobe, with no hint of the bed behind, completely transforming the room. The bed has a ply base over aluminium framing and a carved wooden edge band all around.
Talesara Residence
Talesara Residence
Pixcelcraft Photography
Designed by - Milind Bargal and Associates Photographed by - Ravi Chouhan, Sapna Jain
219 Boat Club
219 Boat Club
studio HINGE
The vanity unit works as space divider between dresser and bathroom areas, and integrates bespoke lighting in brass. Custom his & her washbasins cast in solid surface are held within a free-standing quartz marble frame, which also houses twin egg-shaped mirrors which rotate to provide shelves on the rear side, allowing dual use from the washbasin on one side and the dresser on the other.
KITCHEN
KITCHEN
Sudaiva Studio
A galley kitchen with a dual tone blue and beige combination features a letter box window opening to the kitchen garden.
Asian design takes its cue from Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese and other Eastern cultures. Asian home decor often includes interiors with Zen-like spaces for relaxation, feng shui furniture arrangements, Asian-style bedding, lacquered boxes and silk chinoiserie wallpaper. Needless to say, this style varies greatly. A room could hint at an Eastern influence with a Buddha sculpture and prayer beads, or completely re-create the feel of a traditional Asian house. Asian furniture and accessories, such as tatami mats, futons, tansu-style cabinets and shoji screens create a Japanese aesthetic, while red lacquer, foo dogs and paper lanterns add Chinese style.