A family of four with 1 senior citizen had mixed requirements when it came to finalizing the design language of the interiors of this 4 BHK apartment. Designing a mid-century modern apartment with a minimalistic approach toward ceiling finishes was the major challenge for Nirmanik Design Studio which soon became the X-factor for this project.
The major difference between Interior Design and Renovation Design was the key when we were not allowed to change much in the civil in this apartment but yet managed to convert the closed kitchen into an open kitchen concept with an island breakfast counter.
The modernization of the toilets was another important aspect of this renovation design where Nirmanik blended the modern faucets with mid-toned wall tiles and vanity countertops.
The grand room (comprising of drawing, dining & bar corner) was subdued in its spatial area as the major design factor consisted of the ceiling. The walls were all texture painted with a balanced highlight of wallpaper and stone mosaic.
The bedrooms were set as per the personal design requirements of end users, ranging from Sub-Mediterranean furniture in the daughter’s bedroom to revamped traditional furniture in the master bedroom.