Designed in collaboration by Rust and Even, this apartment for a couturier of bridal attire, reflects the owner’s personality, through the use of various kinds of fabrics and prints.
This apartment, designed in collaboration by Rust and Even, for a couturier of bridal attire, and converted from a 4BHK to a 3BHK, is located in a highrise in a posh, urban suburb. The client’s high sense of style, and love for fabrics and prints, is reflected in the design of the apartment. The use of various fabrics has been explored, which have been exclusively selected and customised, to make this home a tastefully evolved ‘crafted’ space.
The collaboration between Rust and Even appears tailor-made for the project. Rust, led by Mitesh Antala, bends towards applying a sustainable approach to use natural materials in a unique way, an understanding that developed through the designer’s travels around the world, when he observed different materials and techniques. Even, led by Parth & Janaki, attempts to explore, local crafts and techniques, through their practice.
Luxury is felt in every corner of the home, be it with the light fixtures, automated curtains, or the richcoloured veneer, brass, and marble finishes, and even the entrance, with all of its artworks customised.
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