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Residence 95


Area: 6000 sq.ft 

Location: New Delhi

Client: Mrs. Sashi Yadav

Status: Completed

Like every other project, residence 95 has a soft spot in our heart. From demolishing the existing building to selecting the right decor …the journey began from scratch! As per the client’s requirement, the lower 2 floors were constructed for the rental purpose while the upper ones were transformed into a duplex house for their habitat along with the stilt

Planning is done in such a manner so that every room has access to natural light. Internal stairs  connected between the two floors enables visual transparency and encourages family interaction. The skylight above the staircase Brings light into the double-height space effortlessly.

Following a Simple, contemporary and artistic approach, the design possesses charm, neutral colour palette, playful interiors and inviting warmth. Combining the colours with the rich, smooth texture of Italian grey marble, the retro-chic appeal of lightly coloured white oak wood, balances with the elegant and exclusive furniture. White Satuario, a high-end luxury marble, used in the master bedroom, is the epitome of style and elegance and has been utilised as a symbol of sophistication and status in interior design for centuries. Simple but stunning,


The bedrooms designed for teenagers are stylish and youthful. Bold and beautiful artworks enlighten every corner of the house. Utilization of maximum spaces of the balconies yet adding elements to balance the elevation, mood board is kept minimal. Adding horizontal wooden louvres break the linearity of the façade and Tapered window acts as a photo frame to the building.

 A double-balcony with a vertical garden goes up to the terrace. Amidst the double-height vertical louvres, the central void grabs a strong focus, seeking attention and allowing transparency to the user from the balcony, acts as both functional and aesthetical element to the facade. The circle defines wholeness and perfection, conveys the feeling dominant element from outside.

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