Kamshet 2 (Tree of Life)
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4. Where: Kamshet, MaharashtraFirm: Design OfficeThe heritage getaway home is a “mix of an old courtyard style and new minimalist approach”. The outer shell includes a pitched red-tiled roof and a wraparound verandah that give the bungalow an old-world charm. The open-plan modern design layout uses local kota stone, while a beautiful mural, hand-painted by local artists, gives a traditional look to a wide corridor. A mix of lighting styles (industrial nautical-style lights and traditional wall lights) and furniture (an old heritage dining table and modern sofas in the living room) complete the beautiful mix of varying styles.Explore the rest of this home
6. Firm: Design OfficeLocation: Kamshet, MaharashtraA sense of grandeur reverberates through this farmhouse, laden with brass accessories, polished Kota flooring and Indian-style furniture (such as diwans); the most intriguing element is the mural hand-painted by local artists in the passageway.Explore this home
1. Corridors lined with arches look great in hallways and passages. The various archway designs liven up what are otherwise relatively dull spaces that simply act as a conduit between different areas. In this image, the multiple interior archways leading into the vast living-cum-dining room of this weekend home in Kamshet give structure and interest to a long corridor by breaking up the space into multiple zones and creating the impression of several mini rooms.Browse through more photos of interior arch designs for homes
Architect: Design OfficeLocation: Kamshet, Maharashtra Size: 420 square metres (4520 square feet)In the mountains of the Western Ghats, on the shores of a lake, sits this holiday home that was built to create an indoor-outdoor connection. While the use of local materials and cost-effective local craftsmanship helped create the structure, the ethos of the interiors were transformed using ethnic, earthy designs, with nautical-style brass lamps, hand-painted murals, muted colours and old heritage furniture.A closer look at this home’s design
In this image of the corridor, the living area is at the right, through an imposing archway. Doors on both sides of the corridor open to bedrooms. A row of nautical-style brass lamps hang from the high ceiling. The corridor is finished in polished kota flooring, as is the entire home.