The concept for this apartment in Ahmedabad designed by The Grid architects emerged from the current era influences and from narratives that guide new ways of living, inspired by contemporary and minimalist perspectives.
About the project:
Location: Gandhinagar – Ahmedabad
Area: 1420 sq ft
Design Firm: tHE gRID Architects
Principals: Bhadri Suthar and Snehal Suthar
Photo & Video credits: Inclined studio
The bespoke Interior of a home is the result of a beautiful collaboration with the owners while taking into consideration every single object, their lifestyle and preserving the philosophy of the studio. The main conceptual approach for this apartment focused on adaptability and functionality.”
Carefully curated art and artefacts are complemented by neutral interiors. The furniture around the house is specially designed to the suit the space. Oxygen efficient indoor plants literally bring in a whiff of fresh air to the home.
One positive aspect of the apartment, often that most most homes lack, is the abundance of sunlight and natural breeze throughout the day resulting in optimal ventilation. This makes for a comfortable internal environment.
The colour theme and proportion of the spaces and furniture is in unison to the integrity, so calm and yet so vibrant. Art and accessories add a softer layer over an already well-appointed base, strengthening the narrative and weaving in conversation points.
This home is illustrative of the designer’s respect and fondness for nature and their quest for rootedness by capitalizing on the innate beauty of an element, without resorting to cosmetic overlays.
There is a fluidity of spaces with a certain dependence between them, which helped the semi-private and private spaces to be interactive, triggering diverse sensations and moods to encourage communication.