An interplay of Marble, Wood and Texture Paint

An interplay of Marble, Wood and Texture Paint

Project Type: Private Residence

Architect: Aum Architects, Mumbai

“The clients are the followers of Lord Krishna and wanted to echo the same sentiment in their home. The color palette in the formal seating is chosen to reflect the same. The main challenge was to have a modern treatment for something traditional. The Feature wall in this area is a consolidation of three components; a turquoise texture wall, a custom-made marble feature (that forms the focus of this wall), and a wooden partition overlapping the texture paint. Since the seating extends beyond the feature wall, we used this wooden partition for two purposes, i.e., to give a length to the seating arrangement and use the partition as a divider between the formal seating and the informal seating on the other side. As a reminiscent of Lord Krishna, we chose to have a peacock feather for the custom-made marble feature. We had an artist recreate these feathers in MDF and they were hand-painted in a way that the feathers appeared like they were carved from the background of the travertine marble.”
- Ar Manish and Sonali Dikshit. 

 

 

×
×

Post Your Comment


"Content that powers your Business. News that keeps you informed."

Surfaces Reporter is one of India's leading media in Print & Digital Telecast for News on Interiors & Architecture Projects, Products, Building Materials, and the Business of Design! Since 2011, it serves as a referral for designers & architects to know about inspiring projects and source new products. If you have a Product or Project worth publishing in Surfaces Reporter, please email us hello@surfacesreporter.com or you can also submit your project online.

Like Surfaces Reporter on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter and Instagram | Subscribe to our magazine | Sign Up for the FREE Surfaces Reporter Magazine Newsletter

The cause of Mumbai high rise fire may lie in lack of fire fighting system | SURFACES REPORTER NEWS UPDATE

The financial capital of India, Mumbai, has seen a lot of fire accidents lately particularly in the high rise buildings. Most of these fires attributed to the lack of fire safety measures taken during construction and the recent R A Residency fire, Dadar is no exception. A report by SURFACES REPORTE

Read more

Reclaimed Wood, Kota Stone, Exposed Concrete And Brick Give A Rustic Yet Refined Appeal To This Lush Cochin House | VSP Architects

Where the use of reclaimed wood, Kota stone, exposed concrete and brick gives a rustic yet refined appeal to the interiors, the addition of plants gives a lush tropical feel to this Cochin House.

Read more

Inside A Transparent and Woodsy Law Office Designed by Studio Ma: Ya | South Delhi

Studio Ma:Ya incorporates clean, simple lines and minimal decor for this law office in Defense Colony, New Delhi.

Read more

Wood Veneers With Grey Accents Give An Elegant Statement To this Modern Bungalow in Surat | Prangan Design

Aptly named Sneh Bungalow, this beautiful abode in Surat crafted by the Dixit Narola-led Prangan Design is a labour of love. The artistic design team has maintained uniformity in the interiors of this 1830 sq. ft bungalow with the use of wood veneers and grey accents.

Read more


This is alt