Villa H is Isprava’s latest muted luxury villa design, impeccably executed by Quirk Studio, based in Mumbai.
Isprava’s latest Luxury Villa Design in Goa | Quirk Studio
Fast-paced urban living and the pandemic have been wake-up calls for many about the importance of balanced living and wellbeing. A holiday home by Isprava, designed by Quirk Studio in the green lap of Goa, identifies with these theme of a simpler way of life. A home away from home oozes Zen-like peace for a Mumbai-based family in the textile business.
Reflecting the holiday vibe, the spaces exhibit a neutral shell juxtaposed with natural materials and earthy textures, such as; wood, stone, cane, rattan, and locally sourced art pieces. The designers inject their signature charm through an understated play of prints and textures, lending the home a timeless appeal.
The spatial planning accommodates living and dining areas, a kitchen, powder room, and a bedroom on the ground floor. Whereas, the first floor has the master bedroom, the guest room, and a terrace area, lending a beautiful balance to the residence. Engaging with the beauty and freshness of the outdoors, the design opens up vistas to the greens through a verandah. Also, along the pool area, a cozy terrace, large windows and paneled doors light up the residence. With ample sunlight and natural air, this luxury villa design in Goa accentuates by the double-height volume.
Living + Dining:
Upon entry, the choreography of the spatial planning offers sneak peeks of the living room and glimpses of the deck. The expansive living room spills into the seating and dining areas, introducing views of the landscape on three sides. The interior is a neutral shell featuring white walls, contrasting with a Kota flooring, generating feels of a tropical getaway.
The highlight of the home is a sunroof with a suspended chandelier, infusing luxury and transforming its ambience. Interestingly, below this chandelier, sofas, a lounge chair, and an ottoman come together to form a cozy sitting area. Also, the living area is ideal for hosting a large group of people.
Balancing the muted palette is the distressed timber furniture, which adds warmth across the room. The pedestal-supported dining table channels vintage charm with its texture and the cane-backed chairs surrounding it. It is the foreground of a custom IPS shelving unit that displays memorabilia and locally sourced artefacts, grounding the home through memories and nostalgia.
Additionally, chequered, striped and floral prints add a playful touch through the upholstery of the sofas. And also in the dining chairs, the cushion covers, and ornate lamp shades. The artworks depicting verdant landscapes further underpin the idea of establishing an intimate connection with nature.
The Kota flooring in the living room bordered with a black tile on its edges, flows into the staircase. Where, a rhythmic pattern of wooden balustrades lead one to the first floor. Here the designers experiment with the limitless possibilities of décor elements. Locally sourced jute rugs are used as art pieces on the landing wall to celebrate the Goan essence. The landing transitions into the bedrooms and a terrace.
In this luxury villa design in Goa, the master bedroom is a linear space with provisions for a home office. Aligning the aesthetic with the residence, the room is adorned with neutral walls and playful Bharat Flooring Tiles in white and mint green stripes. The space has a dreamy ambience with minimal furniture, where a cast in-situ IPS desk extends to become the bed.
Vivid elements become art pieces such as; frames on the wall, miniature pieces hosted in a recessed arch behind the study, and an ingeniously placed ladder in green that adds a refreshing pop of color. Furthermore, a walk-in wardrobe is lined with storage units featuring cane sandwiched between glass in the shutters. That leads to the master bath with mint green tiles on the lower half of the walls that frame a classic wooden vanity.
Both the guest bedrooms carry forward the timeless aesthetic featuring neutral walls dotted with cane and clay art pieces, respectively. Forming muted luxury in this villa design in Goa, the one on the ground floor features a centrally placed bed. The furniture pieces feature black polished wood complemented by rattan in the bed-back. Locally sourced cane baskets continue the visual language of the room. Adjacent to the bedside table, the white door opens to an element of surprise, the bath. Departing from the neutral aesthetic, the space has terrazzo flooring paired with a yellow Jaisalmer stone on the lower half of the walls, which transitions into the vanity.
The outdoor spaces — the open terrace and the poolside verandah are a reprieve from the confined, claustrophobic city life of Mumbai. Designed to create a distinct outdoor experience, the terrace on the first floor is a weatherproof and minimalistic IPS intervention, partially shaded with a classic sloping shed with Mangalore roof tiles. The hero material, IPS, is used to cast an L-shaped seating peppered with printed cushions along an IPS bar equipped with cane bar-chairs to create an alluring setup for intimate gatherings.
On the other hand, the semi-covered verandah is layered with chequered black and white anti-skid tiles. That aids to the functionality of the star of the show — the classic blue pool. In addition, the space features seating for vivid moods and purposes. Such as; a lounge for morning breakfast, a traditional charpai for a nap and a set of pool chairs for a day in the sun.
With Villa ‘H’, Quirk Studio marries its unique trademark to a classic Isaprava home. In which, its neutral palette, natural materials, subtle prints, locally sourced art pieces, and lush green plants craft a serene home that celebrates minimalism. Through a conscious approach, the designers shape a holiday home that is dynamic. And responds to the subtle poetry of the sun, opening itself to fresh air with the joys of slow moments of life.
Designed by: Quirk Studio
Project Type: Residential Interior Design
Project Name: Villa H
Built-up Area: 2350 Sq.ft
Principal Designer: Disha Bhavsar, Shivani Ajmera
Design Credits: Neelam Patel, Parth Shah
Photograph Courtesy: Yash R Jain
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