THE MODERN INDIAN
India Today|February 06, 2023
The coming year will see traditional crafts finding a contemporary semantic, as seen in this home in Mumbai by Studio Osmosis
SHILPA JAIN BAVALLY, SAMEER BALVALLY
THE MODERN INDIAN

Not to be confused with ‘India Modern’, ‘The Modern Indian’, is the new aesthetic that will be seen in 2023. Still confused? Let us explain with a recent project we did in Mumbai. The client came with a 10 pages pre-brief amd we instantly fell in love with it. Spatially, this is a four-bedroom apartment on the 15th floor of the beautiful Windsor Grande Terrace, spread over 2,400 sq ft with good daylight, ventilation and city views. Here’s how it is evolved into the modern Indian design style.

Layers of taupes and greige, with bold art and fabrics The tones are muted with a base taupe palette throughout the space and layers of textural material. The sun-kissed home exudes a global, contemporary vibe yet remains rooted in Indian ethos and craftsmanship. The art and key pieces are by Indian designers and artists including art collected by the clients.

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