The trick to making your interiors comfortable without compromising on design is through the decor and the right colors. A look at four houses that echo this beautifully.
The Daga residence
A GOOD BALANCE
Résidence Daga is a breathtaking duplex with colorful corners at its ends. The double-height living room is encapsulated in cool colors that contrast with the warm honey oak woodwork, the epitome of balance, collaboration and conversation through artistic spirit.
UNION OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE
The Goenka Residence celebrates the conversations between a patron and an architect where no wall can remain bare. Calculated selected colors and bold patterns blend seamlessly with the art on the walls thanks to the comfort of cultural collaboration.
Shrouded in shades of blue, the Barai Residence finds solace in the gradation of hue texture – from velvets to reflective glass, from art to hand-spun wool, the space is earthy, warm and grounded, finding depth through monotonous tones.
DRAMA IN DESIGN
In the Gala residence, the space marries a brutalist tribal aesthetic with a contemporary touch through a combination of warm colors and ingrained textures. Pairing a bold print with a sunny ocher on one end and a dusty pink on the other, it celebrates the olive sectional sofa and the floor-to-ceiling ‘tree of life’.
– Ashiesh Shah is a famous architect and founder of Ashiesh Shah Architecture + Design, based in Mumbai. He specializes in creating spectacular interiors that distinguish between fun and functional. www.ashieshshah.com
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