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This Residence in Jaipur is a Study in Grandeur and Extravagance

Kedia Residence by Ocube Architects

Located within a densely populated community in urban Jaipur, the site for this residence served its own challenges along with having less set-backs and private terraces.

he concept is derived to create spaces which are open yet have an intimate touch. The project had a clear brief to design a luxurious, contemporary space which would have distinct and unconventional elements.

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The front façade features a subtle balance between the principles of design boasting a parametrically designed Jaali that gives a sense of intrigue and grandeur. The residence also consists of a perfect balance between open and private spaces with a elegant use of diffused lights.

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The interiors are also designed carrying forward the same concept derived from the use of straight lines and basic principles of designs. Ground Floor consists of all the essential spaces- kitchen, drawing, dining, living, guest room. Living and dining space is separated by a semi-transparent fabric. The double height at dining with a huge chandelier and royal ceiling creates a fusion of royal yet contemporary touch.

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The master bedroom is designed on the suite room concept. As we enter the room we steps to a living space which directly connects bedroom on one side and terrace on the other. The partition is created by an Italian marble with fusion of glass inlay work.

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All the bedrooms are designed as to have cozy corners by using elements such as hanging side lamps, warm color fabrics etc. Walk in closets are designed with the motto of maximizing storage and offering cozy spots in the closet. The glass sliders provide a perfect open look. The details are taken care at every corner of the residence. Interior details make the space speak itself.

Project: Kedia Residence

Location: Jaipur, Rajasthan

Design House: Ocube Architects

Photography: Studuo BluOra





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