Name of Project: PRIVATE RESIDENCE IN MUMBAI
Location: OBEROI ESQUIRE, GOREGOAN
Address: MOHAN GOKHALE ROAD, AAREY COLONY, GOREGAON, MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA 400063
Area: 1500 sqft
Principal Designer: MAHESH PUNJABI
Completion Date: 10th MAY,2019
Photo Courtesy: AJAY KADAM
The client has two bungalows in Gurgaon, Delhi called Malibu and at the nearest bungalow he has his own farm where he grows his own vegetables in a garden. The bungalow has everything with Rolls Royce in parking to the swimming pool and more. So, for such a client to settle down in Bombay in a 1,500 square feet house has to have an extreme impact and no matter what you do for him, it will still be less; so the requirement was very clear that it should be jaw dropping luxury interiors.
Planning & Layout
The top floor of Oberoi Esquire is the most premium one and encompasses a 360 degree view of Mumbai with a pool just below it. The client wanted a weekend getaway home.
The colour palette was kept to absolutely muted beige throughout the entire living room. Leather had been used in wall panelling followed by the beige curtains. The dining table had been made using grey marble on it which is similar to that on the floor.
The living room bar had been provided with a fireplace. If you look at the fireplace, it actually glows and is not a real one.
Master bedroom :
Bedroom's leather work was from Studio Art, Italy, which ensured the quality and made it stand out. The wall had bookmatched marble behind it which perfects the room.
Guest Bedroom :
The brown leather profiles which were PVC coated were neutral and do not turn black irrespective of the changing weather condition or the sea.
Son’s Bedroom :
This room also had Studio Art leather panelling with soft LED wash above the veneer panelling.
The Powder bathroom:
The bathroom stood out and had intricate mosaic work with profile LED light. The mirror were all from Moradabad, handmade.
The entrance name plate was on the sensor board. As soon as you step in, it displays "welcome". We made this this kind of name plate so that the family and the guests felt come-at-able.