In this city apartment of 80 square meters Bandra, A suburb of the Indian city MumbaiAnd Robert Ferrigt and Shefali Palwani Friends BRIO Engineering. The designer duo also unleashed their magic on their home. What a beautiful apartment – and how cleverly the limited space was used!
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Bandra, a suburb of Mumbai, has grown into a vibrant and densely populated area. So the floor space of the average home in this neighborhood is becoming increasingly limited and more expensive. While it forces some to leave the neighborhood and move away from the city center, for others it means they have to settle for less space. This growing problem was brilliantly handled in a 7th floor apartment in Bandra, and the result was amazing.
Architect couple Robert and Shefali live here with their 5-year-old daughter. By removing a number of walls between rooms and replacing them with objects, the space is completely optimized. The space has been used very intelligently, for example, basic electrical connections and sanitary facilities have been integrated into the cabinets. Loose pieces of furniture were kept to a minimum to maximize the open floor space in the apartment.
The veranda turns into a shower, and the terrace turns into a dining room
Spatial functions overlap in semi-specific spaces. The veranda turns into a shower, and the terrace turns into a dining room. The kitchen is designed to blend in perfectly with the living room. The rain shower in the bedroom has a great view, and also ensures that you can do many activities in your daily routine at the same time.
Hiding everyday clutter in such a small apartment can sometimes be difficult, but well thought out. A large pantry in the kitchen, for example, has all of your daily necessities on hand, but can also be closed completely with two foldable doors that connect seamlessly with oak planks.
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Play hide and seek
The apartment’s interactive design allows you to tour the house in a number of ways. Each room has at least two ways to move to another room, which creates the illusion that there are many more rooms than there really are. Combined with all the secret doors and corners, it makes the house a great place to explore and experiment, and a delight for children to play hide and seek.
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