Residence For Anand's, New Delhi
Mr. Kapill Kamra
What Houzz contributors are saying:
1. Where: New DelhiFirm: Group DCAA home that has been redesigned as “a modern abode but with traditional elements as accents” features an earthy textured stone floor reminiscent of old-style homes. In contrast, it is outfitted with floor-to-ceiling glass windows to connect the indoors with the outdoors. The juxtaposition of differing styles also comes through in the structural wood-and-glass staircase which is illuminated by antique brass lamps, with a traditional-looking louvred door in the background.
6. Sculptural suspensionsDesigned by Group DCA, the sculptural staircase in this Delhi home features slender steel balusters that follow the curve of the stairs. The artistic layout is lent character by antique brass pendant lamps that bathe the stairs in a warm, candlelight-inspired glow.
5. Choose period lights for grandeur “Since interiors designed by me are very eclectic, I like to mix both period lighting with contemporary. You could consider antique chandeliers or even handis (hanging glass pots). I always feel that lights that have some historical relevance inadvertently bring a sense of timeless charm with them” Vadera says.
“‘Stairs, are they going up or are they going down? They’re so confusing! If love were a physical thing, it would be stairs.’ Honouring Jarod Kintz‘s remark, the staircase is designed to be the most dramatic feature of this elegant home,” Bansal says. Reconstructed in wood and metal, it reaches the upper floor and continues on to the landing. The landing forms an elegant architectural bridge to the master bedroom, made of the same elements as the stairway – wooden slabs supported on slender metal rods. The staircase comes across as sculptural, its artistic character helped by the several handpicked antique brass pendant lamps hanging alongside and the skylight above. Rustic picture frames and a panelled door add to the uniqueness of this area. 8 Railings That Magically Transform Staircases
This New Delhi residence by Group DCA features antique lantern-style pendant lights in a modern, industrial interior. These vintage bits juxtapose well against the metal of the stairs and the rough finish of the wall … it’s almost like a beautiful birdcage.How to Infuse Traditional Indian Elements to Your Contemporary Home
Bring in the concrete The grey textured surface of concrete can add oodles of character to your room. It’s the perfect backdrop for both metallic and wooden furniture and accessories. It sets the stage just right for you to embrace a minimalistic-industrial interior style. Not only is it budget friendly, this wabi sabi-like treatment is a super attention grabber. If the unfinished look is a bit much for you in the key living areas, consider doing up a small space like a powder room.