Redefining Bespoke Luxury

This modern, open-planned villa is designed with a contemporary vision. Bespoke luxury takes on a whole new meaning expressed here in every detail with its concept and construction.

Picture courtesy: studioHAUS

A glazed walkway allows a peep into the basement lounge. With a rectangular floor plate and full length glazing on either sides, the living spaces are undivided with the possibilities of expansion and entertainment.

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The lush, tropical landscape is brought within the house allowing for a panoramic view of the greenery and the monsoon, the true delights of Pune. Sculptural pieces of furniture designed by Kunaal Seolekar for his brand KOY, create a bold dialogue between the white walls and a bejewelled seamless terrazzo flooring. Energies associated with the semi-precious stones hand placed into the white cement of the floor, cosmically charge different zones of the house. The kitchen island is a sculptural dialogue between "Live edge" wood and stainless steel set against a graphic ‘meat- like’ marble.

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All the spaces designed within the house are unique and different. From the outside, it looks like a giant curved feature wall but a secret opening reveals a tear drop shaped room.

Here expensive crockery and wines are styled to perfection and wine tastings within the woody space elude the sensual feeling of being within a wine cellar.
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Color is celebrated throughout the space with a Mondrain inspired bathroom, clad in black and white marble. The basement is an expansive space with natural light streaming in through the glass walkway above.

Project: parkHAUS

Firm: studioHAUS

Founder & Creative Director: Kunaal Kyhaan Seolekar



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