MUMBAI-BASED ANJAlI RAWAT ARChITECTS AIMS AT EXPLORING NEW FACETS OF ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN THROUGH CONSTANT INNOVATIONS.
Mumbai-based Anjali Rawat Architects strives to explore new facets of architecture and interior design through constant innovations.
e it a home or office, if the space is designed keeping in mind the preferences of particular client and user, it would bring out easy flow of work and connectivity. This is what Ar. Anjali Rawat, Principal Architect of Mumbai-based award winning firm Anjali Rawat Architects believes. Established in 2010, this multi-disciplinary boutique design studio has over the years designed various timeless projects like high-rise apartments, large-scale residential and commercial interiors, and independent villas. The team always strives to provide their clients with extraordinary results. They are known for designing spaces that nurture and inspire people.
Most of her deisgn embody principles of climate-conscious architecture, which goes beyond aesthetics and adapt building to their local environment.
We have picked some of her projects that will give insight into her unique design language.
The unobstructed view of the Arabian Sea, remains as the focal part of design, which is viewed from the living and dining room. The living room has a state-of-the-art furniture and rug to make the space look dramatic The dining area and the kitchen are divided with a mirror and rose gold steel jaali with unique patterns. The narrow passage in the apartment is well decorated with mirror, paintings and grid patterns on veneer on the opposite wall to break the monotony of the small space. The functional yet minimalistically designed bedrooms are a class-apart.
The master bedroom is done-up with a white palette, with a veneer study table and turquoise side-table adding more glam. The wallpaper BEHIND THE HEADBOARD GETS ITS PROMINENCE FROM THE LIGHTING fiXTURES.
The son’s bed room on the other hand has a yellow wall to give a vibrant appeal. The colour is complemented with dark grey to make it look more energetic.
As the client asked for comfort yet spacious space, we need to manifest the design between colours and coordination of material texture, furniture, lighting and ample daylight, which were all taken care of.”
The living and dining area features combinations that are very rare. The Italian marble dining table is accentuated with rustic cane chairs, against the backdrop of exposed brick wall and cantilevered staircase. The living room next to the dining has a wooden trunk centre table kept amongst the contemporary chic sofa.
All the bedrooms have stark white walls with taupe tones that are accentuated with warm lights. The kitchen cabinets are finished in black back-painted glass with the lower shutters in veneer giving a clutter-free and functional look. The home theater has black granite feature wall, which holds the frameless TV.