Brighter Days
Tatler Philippines|August 2020
Brighter Days
Interior designer Jannat Vasi took inspiration from the Memphis movement to create this striking family home in Mumbai
Leanne Mirandilla

Jannat Vasi’s design hallmarks are hard to miss. “My signature style is a modern aesthetic with a balance of bold colours, embossed textures and unique surface treatments,” explains the Mumbai-based interior designer. Vasi founded her eponymous firm, Jannat Vasi Interior Design, in 2013 after working with various acclaimed architects. “I personally love to create eclectic and textural interior spaces with a provocative vibe.”

FAMILY TIES

The owners of this three-storey dwelling in Mumbai’s Peddar Road suburban area filled with beautiful gothic and neo-classical heritage buildings—could have easily chosen a more traditional look. What these clients requested, however, was a unique and colourful home that reflected their needs and personalities. They were happy to grant Vasi the freedom to make unconventional decisions and leverage her entire range of skills.

The clients are three brothers from a reputed family of mill owners in Mumbai. Following the local practice of joint family living—common in large industrial houses in India—the brothers decided to live together in the same property with their wives and children, with each family occupying their own floor.

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August 2020