Residence By Atelier Ankit PrabhudesaI

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    Vinita Kunnath added this to 7 Kitchen Styles That Are Timeless7 March 2021

    2. Modern meets traditionalThere’s an emerging trend in Indian kitchens, one where modern conveniences and design effortlessly intermingle with traditional elements. While the layout and design is up to date for ease of use and functionality, the traditional touch is brought in through materials. In this kitchen, Athangudi floor tiles, windows with faux shell inlay (a typical feature in Goan homes) and an exposed brick wall hark back to the kitchens of yore.

    Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to What Are Wet & Dry Kitchens?21 August 2019

    What is a dry kitchen?The dry kitchen is designed as an extended part of the living or dining room and matches with its decor.This kitchen comprises a small kitchen countertop with a shallow sink for basic hand washing and knife cleaning. There may be provision for a microwave, a blender, a toaster and a cooktop (optional).It is a smoke-free kitchen and is only used for light and simple meal preparation which includes breakfast, easy snacks, baking, making sandwiches or cutting fruits.How to Convert a Conventional Kitchen Into a Semi-Modular Kitchen

    Vinita Kunnath added this to 8 Must-Haves in Indian Kitchens5 June 2019

    3. Proper ventilationA well-ventilated kitchen rids it of strong cooking smells, at the same time offering an escape from air pollutants such as smoke, gases and air-borne grease. Mitigating their harmful effects will also result in the improvement of indoor air quality (IAQ). A ducted chimney does this best, as it extracts indoor air from the kitchen and expels it outside.Tip: Don’t forget the benefits of natural ventilation, something that one overlooks in an era where air conditioning is the norm. If you have windows, open them – it’s a nice way to get some fresh air in to replace cooking odours. How to Have a Smoke-Free Kitchen

    Rashmi Haralalka added this to 20 Most Popular Indian Kitchens of 201830 November 2018

    14. Firm: Atelier Ankit PrabhudesaI This design embraces an old-world vernacular charm with colourful Athangudi tiles and an exposed brick wall. The blue window adds to the colour drama. Old meets new, indeed!

    Vinita Kunnath added this to The Importance of Texture: How & Where to Use It1 August 2018

    5. KitchenUse faux textural imageryTexture doesn’t have to be felt to be sensed. The Athangudi tiles here, besides lending an old-world charm, give the visual effect of texture despite being completely flat. The exposed brick wall with a latticed window lends the kitchen the tactile aspect of texture.

    Rashmi Haralalka added this to 14 Kitchen Colour Combinations That Command Attention30 July 2018

    Turquoise, brick-red and whiteWhile the central colour theme of this kitchen is white, there is plenty of drama happening around. The turquoise window effortlessly blends with the vintage brick wall – and the Moroccan-inspired tiles add more colour and give this kitchen loads of personality.

    Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to Spotted! 20 Remarkable Kitchen Cabinet Designs10 April 2018

    3. Firm: Ankit PrabhudessaiLocation: IndiaIt’s a gripping visual where the minimalist island and wall cabinets in stark white are enveloped by a vibrant room with patterned flooring, brick wall and a Goan mother-of-pearl window. The kitchen shows a balance between modern and rustic elements: the handle-less kitchen cabinets looks seamless and modish, and the decor elements around it have an earthy quality to them. Take a quick tour of this Goa home

    Preeti Singh added this to 35 Dream Kitchens From Around the World6 December 2017

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    Shristi Nangalia added this to Fresh Design Ideas From 20 Urban Indian Kitchens6 September 2017

    19. Wow wall and floorThe exposed brick wall with a blue window, here, gives the kitchen a spirited ambience. Further, the coloured, patterned cement floor bestows a touch of old-world vernacular charm. This kitchen oozes personality with its white cabinetry, glossy textures and modern appliances, all lit by a large window opening out to the atrium.

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    Nathalie Pso added this to Cuisine19 November 2021

    Armoires laquées mais plancher classique donc moins moderne

    Snigdha Nalamati added this to Snigdha's Ideas24 August 2021

    Patterned floor, white cabinets

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