A Contemporary Take On The Traditional Idea Of Multigenerational Household
Insite|May 2019
A Contemporary Take On The Traditional Idea Of Multigenerational Household

A contemporary take on the traditional idea of multigenerational household, Villa 430, designed by Hyderabad based Moriq Interiors & Design Consultants, balances the rustic with luxury, built with unbuilt, and the old with the new.

Vivek Gopinathan

For most of our collective history, dwellings typically housed extended families. The house and its architecture symbolises the strength and grandeur of families. The rapid urbanisation, however, has led to the emergence of the nuclear families and the joint family household has become more of a rarity, made more familiar over television and movies. In a departure from this trend is Villa 430, designed by Simeen and Riyaz Quraishi, founders of Moriq, built over a massive 17000 sq. ft. plot in Hyderabad, housing multiple generations together. “This is a functional home where rustic elements meet luxury, spacious interiors, neutral palettes and loads of sunlight and more importantly, a home designed to bring the big joint family together while also giving each member their personal space,” describe the designers.

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May 2019