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An alluring villa by Ignitus Architectural Studio

The cozy yet luxurious vacation home blends loud, over-the-top elements with minimalist palettes

Designed as a second home for an NRI family, the alluring villa is a low maintenance yet luxurious property. This vacation home is articulated with cozy furnishings and vibrant colours by Ignitus Architectural Studio.

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The client is fond of tropical themes and it was articulated through a forest themed wallpaper in the living room. It is complemented by beige toned furnishings and indoor plants. The semi-open kitchen with a breakfast+dining counter in dark grey palette breaks the monotony of the vibrant colours. Exposed brick cladding in the space provides a rustic feel to the house.

Another thoughtfully ornate room is the guest bedroom furnished with a sofa bed and a wardrobe. Minimalistic traditional colours were used to make the room appear spacious and cozy. The son's bedroom is enveloped in red - his favourite colour. Subtle colour scheme of the veneer panels complements the bright shade of the accent wall and its asymmetrical groove patterns.

The master bedroom with an attached balcony is furnished with a low height bed and wardrobe. It is adorned with teal green and shades of blue. The room sports geometric patterns in every corner with a linear grid that adds a sense of grandeur to the room. The theme is also followed in the wardrobe, supported by circular wooden side tables, which break the monotony of the sharp geometry.

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Name of the project: An alluring villa

Location: Ahmedabad

Design team: Chirag Panchal, Jignesh Vidja, Aarushi Sandal, Rutu Patel

Date of completion: August 2019

Area: 1,774 sq-ft

Photographs: Photographix | Ira Gosalia

Graphics: Designsane

Styling: Stylefix India

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