Entrance Otta of an Indian bungalow. Elevation of the house.
A classic wooden and brass laser cut front door lends a luxurious look to the space.

An old house on a plot size of 2,700 sq.ft. with a common compound wall was demolished. Ar. Pranav Patel has conceptualized and designed this newly constructed house for a family of four in Vadodara. The elevation of the house gets this warm and open look, thanks to the wood + brass door and the ceiling.

In its new avatar, the house comprises four bedrooms over three levels with 5 bathrooms, an extended otta with a water body, dining, open plan kitchen and a home theater.

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About the project:

Who lives here: an young dynamic couple with a son and daughter

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

Year built: 2019

Size: 5,700 sq.ft.

Type: House with 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and 1 powder room.

Designed by: Pranav Patel Design Studio / Ar. Pranav Patel, ID. Meghana, ID Jignesh.

Photograph courtesy for the images: Tejas Shah.

Budget: 3 cr.

The architect succinctly summarizes the project as,” a place that justifies the mood through lighting, luxury through automation, and minimalism which is the need of the hour. “

The highlights of the house are: elevation of the house with this grandiose entrance, the master bedroom that has a floating feel to it, and the details in the closet, wall and furniture finishes.

Living Room

A classic wooden and brass laser cut plate entrance door gives its a luxurious feel. With the repetition of brass grill to the storage putting up to panel to ceiling.

The grey brown italian lift’s up the space with the lavish sofa and comfortable chair..t.v unit compliments the space with need and a composition of element .

The art provokes the storyline of the family bond and there expression of facial gesture.

Living room of the bungalow

Dining Room

The open plan layout of the dining room and the kitchen flow seamlessly into each other.

dining room and kitchen of an Indian bungalow

A Well Lit Pooja Room Design

Temple design in an independent house
A naturally lit pooja room with laser cut back panels and storage.

Kitchen

The kitchen has a reflective ceiling with Hunter Douglas chrome finish, an island counter with hob, chimney and wash area surrounded by a storage and appliances counter on either side. It is a very functional and inclusive kitchen that makes room for the family to sit around and relish the food as it is being cooked or just have a chat with the person cooking.

Open kitchen in an Indian home
The kitchen comes with a Hunter Douglas chrome finish ceiling, an elevated platform, soft closing channels, and a neat Corian top.

Daughter’s Room

The daughter’s bedroom has a corner bed to make room for a study and the wardrobes. The sliding channels for the wardrobes go with the clean look of the room. The hand woven and painted and patch work fabric used in the ceiling adds a feminine touch to the room. The blush furnishings complement the overall colour palette.

Study area in daughter's bedroom in blush pink
Blush touches to the daughter’s bedroom with fabric paneled ceiling.
Mauve furnishings in daughter's bedroom
A closer look at the fabric panel ceiling in the girl’s bedroom.

Son’s Bedroom

Simple. Elegant. Blue and white repetitive patter is the cornerstone of the design for the son’s bedroom. Subtle elements like the choice of color or the truck on the headboard denote it is a boy’s room. The pattern on the blind is a reinforcement of the pattern on the bed’s furnishings.

son's bedroom

Master Bedroom

The master bedroom comes fitted with an island bed giving. By centering it in the room instead of pushing it to a corner, it steps out of the conventional. The space has an open look; the wardrobe is flushed to the bath door. The bathroom is split into dry and wet areas.

Master bedroom

The bedroom on the terrace has a classic touch to it with brass engraved frames and the printed curtains. The jade green upholstery complements the pastel finish. The pearl white walk in closet adds to the brightness of the room. The huge windows let the summer breeze in from the terrace garden.

Terrace bedroom
Terrace bathroom

Sources:

Lights: Hybac,

Paints: Asian paints , Royal Aspira

Furnishings: D’Decor and F&F furnishings

Sofas: Natuzzi

Dining table: Customized table with Italian marble top

Flooring tiles: Simpolo

Rugs: D’Decor

Sanitary: Vitra

Bath fittings: Kohler

Kitchen: Aran, Italian kitchen

Ceiling: Kitchen- Hunter Douglas; mirror panels: Master Bedroom 1- Hunter Douglas wooden finish

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