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Classic media such as timber and marble are the basis of interior designer Aakriti Saraf ’s spatial plan for this Bengaluru penthouse

Dhawal Bumb

Making the most of the Garden City’s green cover, interior designer Aakriti Saraf imagined this 5,000 sq ft penthouse in Bengaluru as an open, well-lit sanctuary. The creative explains the decor scheme — from the use of minimalistic accents that contemporise the space to planning floor-to-ceiling windows, which bring the outdoors in.

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