A minimalistic workspace nestled in the heart of Jaipur is inspired by the idiosyncratic temples of India where references from age old architecture take centre stage through pristine marble flooring, alluring giant pillars with accents of gold and distinctive temple shelves.
The interiors are composed of unique art and forms with a focus on customised elements orderly scattered around that showcase a transitional metamorphosis of design.
The façade is crowned with a cantilevered balcony erected in a continuous pattern that displays repetitive ‘jharoka’ like archways. The entry into the reception area overlooks temple-like steps. It is an abstract form of a ‘bawri’ or a step well that travels from ground floor to the first floor.
The highlight of the stairway is a roof that makes a cantilever projection allowing skylight to seep in. A statement floor-to-ceiling panel creates an interesting visual for the two floors and represents abstract art along the stairwell. While the base colours are all neutral and warm, a dash of bright is incorporated in the form of paintings, art, artefacts and furniture.
Text Compiled By Rehana Hussain