Should your home be an homage to what’s currently trending in interior design, or should you be totally oblivious to what’s going on around you? These are the homes in Lower Parel, Mumbai That’s the question an introspective family of four asked before embarking on the interior design of their three-bedroom apartment at Lodha Group’s World Towers. Studio Osmosis created the design concept for this apartment keeping in mind the urban context of a city built on many layers, cultures and colors, as well as its proximity to the sea and its urban chaos. . Take a tour of this Mumbai home.
A Mumbai apartment full of warmth and luxury
Spread over 2,100 square feet, this home balances elements of warmth and luxury while maintaining the functionality of the space. The main considerations while creating the internal layout were the building’s pronounced curvilinear design and continuous balconies with some of the best views of the city this side of South Bombay. The living room is planned to create a comfortable, clutter-free, family-friendly space. A neutral color palette of beige and brown throughout highlights blue and yellow accents, while textured details on the furniture complete the home’s look. The living room’s ceiling and lighting design radially frames the outdoor views.
Highly designed apartments in Mumbai
A custom-designed steel gray and mustard highlight sofa in the living room is positioned towards the television and center table, with additional seating available around it. This table is custom-designed with highlighted colors and a space grid that integrates with the table when the pouf is pushed in. The oddly shaped seating areas are connected by a custom circular carpet with an abstract radial pattern. The metal wall art in the living room was custom made to fit the space. The hidden cabinet temples are subtly mirrored by modern layered graphic art, co-designed with LivinArt, printed on the wood panels and console, with a touch of traditional floral inspiration. The metal artwork on the walls was designed by local artists from Jodhpur.