Luxury Apartment facing the Queen’s Necklace
Location of the project - Walkeshwar, Mumbai
Area - 3500 sq.ft.
Unique Features of the Project
This is a unique sea facing apartment with a spectacular view of the famed Mumbai ‘Queens Necklace’ coast.
Although the overall layout was a typical grid formed apartment layout there was a deliberate attempt to create something out of the ordinary both in terms of layout and then ultimately finishes.
Free-flowing spaces and exploration of curved and sinuous forms creates a new spatial typology for apartment design.
Special efforts have been made by incorporating large oversize windows with minimum frames to make sure that the view is not obstructed by vertical members of the window frame.
The challenge was to make this apartment feel more intimate. The low ceiling heights and structural beams were to be camouflaged so as to make the space feel seamless.
The Living Room
Intimate sofa arrangements ensures a sense of closeness and connect with the guests in the formal living room. A wall faced piano is neatly tucked into the corner of the space. The spectacular floor finished with a customized marble and glass colibiri pattern takes centre stage and works as a metaphorical rug to make the space more connected.
The Dining Room
The Dining windows have been redesigned to enjoy a seamless glazing over-looking the view. Reflective surfaces on the ceiling and a brass dining table serve as an interesting backdrop for a bespoke chandelier which orients one in the direction of the view.
In the shape of an open capsule the kitchen has peripheral curved counters and a mat glass island arc standing central. The finishes are in tones of white with a striped marble floor adding a visual context. With state of the art gadgets having their designated zones it serves as an elevating work space.
The Master Bedroom
The view has been strategically considered while creating the luxurious master bedroom. Notice the defragmentation of the typical bathroom layout by positioning the shower cubicle as a cast glass finished enclosure almost in the middle of the space. The main master bed from ‘Roberto Cavalli’ takes centre stage and is aligned perfectly to reveal a stunning view of the sea and the skyline across. Every individual piece of activity is planned in the master bedroom suite keeping in mind an experience and comfort oriented point of view.
This typical four bedroom apartment has been totally redesigned to ensure that the space feels like a flowing volume. The elegant contrast of material finishes and their emotive response as one traverses through the space is what completes the home.
Design Firm - ZZArchitects, Mumbai
ZZ Architects is known for their unique approach to architecture and interior design, which is a bespoke and intimate process of discovering each client’s personal style. ZZ Architects is renowned as a leading full-service architecture, design and décor firm based in Mumbai and has been working across key cities in the country with clients including leaders in business, finance and industry, as well as society, film and politics. Architect Zubin Zainuddin and Architect Krupa Zubin are founding partners of ZZ Architects. They lead a team of 65 talented Architects and Designers who are dedicated to creating unique projects of various scales and complexities. The multi award winning firm is best known for its high quality of work, especially in the luxury sector. They are recipients of multiple awards such as the The inaugural Good Homes Award for Best Architect, The Economic Times Award for Leaders of Indian Infrastructure & Construction Outstanding Performance, multiple time winners for Architectural Digest , CNBC CRISIL Real Estate Award, Society Interiors Award for Outstanding Contribution to Architecture & Design, Multiple award the IIID (Indian Institute of Interior Designers), IIA (Indian Institute of Architects), Wade Award, Indian Architecture and Design Group, Indian Hospitality Group amongst many others. ZZ Architects has always maintained that the quality of their ever growing portfolio of work is what really keeps them motivated.
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