The interior of an apartment, Golavia’s is a flat flourished with stones. Lavish use of Himachal white, slate, brown cutni, etc was done and rest furniture was painted in white. The fusion of 2 flats allows the size of the consequent spaces to be larger. A formal and informal living room could be generated. A huge window on the south captured excessive light so the flooring was done in dark shades. Slate clad door and lift foyer shows use of natural material. Using ply fur to make the facade, beds and interior, Indian Jupartana in another bedroom while Zen technique for Prayer room added richness to the space. Niche between columns for cutlery and space between living and dining was added for comfort and sitting.

  • Snug spaces in the living room
  • Heavy entrance door giving a majestic touch
  • The apartment entrance designed to make one feel welcome
  • The recess in the door functioning as a door handle
  • The brown and white colours of bedroom
  • The bedroom
  • Bubbled mirror of the bathroom
  • Shades of grey and brown
  • Minimalist cupboard design
  • Bedroom
  • The dining hall
  • A window between the formal and informal living room
  • Minimalist rectangular racks
  • Into the home
  • The name on the wall