Home on Malabar Hill, India

home on malabar hill, mid century modern furniture, terrazzo floor, brass handles, grey walls interior, interior design india
home on malabar hill, mid century modern furniture, terrazzo floor, brass handles, grey walls interior, interior design india
home on malabar hill, mid century modern furniture, terrazzo floor, brass handles, grey walls interior, interior design india
home on malabar hill, mid century modern furniture, terrazzo floor, brass handles, grey walls interior, interior design india
home on malabar hill, mid century modern furniture, terrazzo floor, brass handles, grey walls interior, interior design india
home on malabar hill, mid century modern furniture, terrazzo floor, brass handles, grey walls interior, interior design india

This alluring two-bedroom apartment is hidden in Malabar hill in South Mumbai, city’s most exclusive neighbourhood and highest point with a stunning panoramic view. It was designed as a serene and peaceful residence to host family, friends and guests. Surrounded with beautiful parks and historical temple, it’s true resort in the overcrowded city.

Through all apartment dominates the teak wood furniture. Beside its durability, it’s very elegant and possesses natural beauty. The textures are rough but not heavy and disturbing.

Even, the wall art, in the living room follows simple lines and natural shapes.

Brass accents, such as door handles, light switches and shower enclose, helps to highlight the emotion of every room. Brass is a perfect material for adding an element of timelessness.

Under the name Cesegood, launched by Case Desgn, you can find very inviting collection of objects, lights and furniture. The materials are natural, handcrafted by the local carpenters. Those rolling, round lights made in brass or rosewood are simply irresistible. Beside of functional purpose, they are unique pieces of art.

We really enjoyed in the masterpiece of modernity perfectly balanced with rich, traditional Indian craft.

 

WORDS: Korana Miscevic Pişkin

DESIGN: Case Design

PHOTOGRAPHY: Ariel Huber

FIRST SEEN: Yellowtrace

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