If you are living in Bandra but adore traditional Rajasthani eclecticism and opulence, this restaurant has everything to keep you cherish. Nestled in one of the busiest streets of Pali Hill, Bandra, Joshi House looks like a Haveli in Jaipur owing to its arched columns, impeccably detailed marble railings, hand-cut mirrored ceilings, and a courtyard comprising a fountain. Atelier Ashiesh Shah brings the cosines, lavishness, rich craftsmanship of Rajasthani architecture amidst the crowded city of Mumbai. The architect has designed the home in close collaboration with his long-time friend- restaurateur Suren Joshi. SURFACES REPORTER (SR) received more information about this beautiful project from the architect. Scroll down to read.
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Joshi House’ is a timeless refuge, nestled in one of the busiest streets of Pali Hill, Bandra, the bohemian suburb of Mumbai. The restaurant provides utmost comfort to the guests as if they are dining at their homes.
Journeying amidst the old courtyards of Rajasthan, the theme-based ‘private rooms’ that spread across the two-storeyed stand-alone bungalow come together to celebrate craftsmanship through hand-carved columns, impeccably detailed railings and hand-cut mirrored ceilings, honouring the philosophies of wabi-sabi through a juxtaposition of perfect imperfection.
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From a monochromatic dining area to a gypsy courtyard, silver room to a black and white bar lounge, the interior setting plays with the minimal aesthetic and restraint Shah gears towards and pairs it with a riot of colour, an entirely new avatar, a celebration into the post-covid world!
Project Name: Joshi House
Project Area: 2000 sq ft approx
Location: Pali Hill, Bandra, Mumbai
Architecture Firm: Ashiesh Shah Architecture
Principal Architect: Ashiesh Shah
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