A plot of 2400 sq.ft. Is designed into a residence for a family of 4 people. “The Terracotta Screen House’s” bungalow design has a modernistic approach, embellished with traditional elements.
Right at the entrance, the Laser cut Metal shade creating polymorphic patterns as per the light throughout the day rests on expose brick textured columns. The first floor with patterned clay tile screens is sandwiched in between the exposed brick textured two floors reducing the visual mass of the residence.
Bungalow Design Has A Modernistic Approach, Embellished With Traditional Elements | ZZARNA SSTUDIO
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The serene Buddha statue with a strong stone backdrop with warmth of wooden false ceiling greets one at the foyer, leading you to the Crema Italian Floored Living space.
The Tv unit housing artifacts in wooden shelves and the TV on Satuario Marble enlivens the space. Furthermore, the blue sofa adds a pop of colour to the otherwise neutral pallete of the Living space and A central rug with a custom designed sleek centre table is a signature piece.
A translucent pocketed door opens up the Dining space to the living area making it into a single large gathering space.
The Dining Space and the extended Kitchen space has a clean ivory theme with wooden false ceiling, and cabinet which adds warmth to it. The dining table with white Italian top and a central wooden support sits perfectly below the celestial light fixture, with a subtle floral backdrop.
The long and linear guest room is spatially segregated via levelled wooden false ceiling near dressing and a plain white ceiling near the bed. The wooden frieze with patterns adds a character to the Blue back drop of the backrest and the bed. The similar frieze as a motif travels vertically on the wardrobe and gradually transforms into a handle.
The Parent’s room, is given a mid-century feel with a detailed wooden panelling below the lintel level incorporating the TV unit within, and a light shade above making the space feel bigger. The grey bed with patterned velvet upholstery has a backdrop of a subtle terrazzo finish texture.
The kid’s room is given a modernistic touch with an elaborate study unit extending into a reading corner, and pastel hued upholstery. The combination of wooden and white shutters adds playfulness to the room.
The Master bedroom has a plush tan upholstered bed with chesterfield pattern on the back rest, sits right in front of a teal backdrop giving a fresh perspective to the space. The wooden TV, and wardrobe console and free standing side tables adds richness and warmth to the neutral colour palette of the room. An extensive bar unit in wood and marble is designed right in transitionary space of the bedroom and the open terrace resembling an apothecary table, having dedicated spaces for all trinkets.
The Warm polished Kota Flooring takes you to the open terrace setting the mood for small intimate gatherings. The ever changing shadows of the laser cut fabricated shed above is a novel experience which would pull you outdoors for a cup of tea in the evenings after a long day at work.
Designed by : ZZARNA SSTUDIO
Project Type : RESIDENTIAL (INTERIOR AND ARCHITECTURAL)
Project Name : THE TERRACOTTA SCREEN HOUSE
Location : TALSAT , KALALI , VADODARA
Year Built : 2021
Duration of project : 15 MONTHS
Plot Area : 2400 sq.ft
Built up : 4000 Sq.ft
Project Cost : 1.60 CR
Principal Architects : Himanshi Patel & Dipen V Patel
Team Design Credits : HARSHABEN, TWINKLE, SHAHID, MEET, KRUT, VISHAL & SHRIYA
Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah
Write-up : RUKSHAR RANGWALA
Products / Materials / Vendors : Wallcovering / Cladding – BRICK TEXTURE / Lighting – TISVA AND NEPTUNE / Doors and Partitions – UPVC / Sanitaryware – JAGUAR / Windows – UPVC / Flooring – QUTONE / Paint – ASIAN PAINTS / Artefacts – SANSKRUTI FURNISHING / Wallpaper – SANSKRUTI FURNISHING.
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