A Gurgaon House Gets a Moody & Modern Extension

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A Gurgaon House Gets a Moody & Modern Extension
A modern living room: a solid navy blue couch is paired with a patterned upholstered bench. The focal point however is the geometrical pattern in the flooring.

Villa 900 is a recent canvas that 39 Design Studio painted recently, spread on an area of about 2500 sq ft in Gurugram, Haryana. The overarching scheme for the villa was to merge the exterior and the interiors from the existing house to the new construction, it is a perfect balance of modern and accessible Indian home. 

About the project:

Who lives here:This space is built for a couple in their 40’s

Location:  Gurugram 

Years lived: 1.5 years 

Size: 2500 sq. ft

Type: House with 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom

Designed by: 39 Design Studio

Principal Architect : Keshav Ahuja 

Design Architect : Insha Soni 

Photograph courtesy for the images: Prateek Sharma

Gurgaon based intergior designer 39 Deisgn Studio has designed his home.
The open shelving metal rack subtly reinforces the pattern in the flooring tying the space together. Any other piece here would have looked out of space.
A painted ceiling in the bar area of a Gurgaon home.
Do you see that dramatic ceiling in the bar area?
A compact bar area with moody design and painted ceiling.
A compact bedroom.
A brown and beige bedroom designed by 39 Design Studio in Gurgaon.
A walk in closet.
A luxurious yet functional bathroom.
The terrace that is revamped with a seating area and a swing.

39 Design Studio is a young architectural design firm based out of Gurugram, Haryana.

This modern project was an extension to an existing house. It was designed for a family of four, the couple along with their two daughters reside here.

They have infused the two parts of the space from the old to the new. The couple’s brief for their 1 BHK was to create a space which is modern, accessible and luxurious. Every room has a different story to tell yet they are alike in a way or so, keeping in mind the color schemes, space utilization, furniture selections.

The architect says,”

The most remarkable thing about this home is how every room is different from another; it was designed keeping in mind how one’s mood will be in a bedroom, terrace and tv lounge.

Painting old liquor bottles and using them as plant holders was their favorite DIY.

The architect counts Banjara Market near Huda city metro station, Mg Road, and home centre here in Gurugram among a few budget shopping areas worth visiting.


Lights: DBEL Studio, White lights solutions 

Paints: Asian Paints

Furnishings: D’décor 

Sofas: it was by a the clients vendor

Dining table: wasn’t there 

Flooring tiles: K.G tiles and local tiles from Gujrat 


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