Luxebook November 2022

Delhi Design Deconstruct Opulence, luxury and elegance unites under one roof in this 18,000 sq. ft. farmhouse in Chattarpur. Spread across three levels, the house is designed to live, play, entertain and celebrate in style. It boasts a grand living and dining space, elegantly designed bedrooms, trendy gaming and entertainment areas, and pristine outdoors; the home connects the indoors with the vibrant green outdoors, presenting ample amount of comfort, functionality and luxury to the homeowners. Like most of Design Deconstruct’s projects, extravagant décor is the main theme in the home. Exorbitant lights,art installations,exclusive wall art,bold paintings and sculptures all add colour and creativity to the space. Additionally, elements like rich wall panelling, custom furniture made in-house by Design Deconstruct, complemented by a mix of neutral and bold colours add a unique aesthetic to the home. The upper ground and the first floors house the residential quarters with the casual dining area, lounge and kitchen.The entertainment room in the lower ground floor consists of a formal drawing room, formal dining room, a bar and an entertainment room. The drawing room features a 55-ft-long jewel-like chandelier along with two repurposed antique doors from the family’s previous home. The bar is designed in-house from the bottom, and is made with selenite crystals, which adds a lighting element to it. Most of the elements in the home were designed in house by Design Deconstruct, which helped introduce a certain elegance befitting the luxury home and its owners. Design Forum International A classic creation by Design Forum International (DFI), this 18,000 sq. ft. home in South Delhi is spread across three storeys. Despite the massive space, the home is well connected with an open plan, luxury and simplicity coming together in a contemporary, elegant aesthetic. The large living room is the perfect example of an open plan space and is connected to the terrace and the dining space. It boasts of a classic look with statement furniture in deep, rich wood tones, adding warmth to this setting. The bedrooms maintain a similar aesthetic as the common areas, with upholstery elements such as curtains, fabrics, and headboards playing a vital role in bringing the space together. Each of the bedrooms are custom-designed according to its inhabitants. For instance, the master bedrooms display a mature theme with deep neutral colours like white and grey, with spacious wardrobes and tasteful decor. Another interesting aspect is that each bedroom has its own individual colour scheme which extends into the ensuite bathrooms. Functionality is the main theme of the home. All windows in the house are triple-glazed and soundproof, deflecting sound from the adjoining main road and eliminating the need to add grills. Further, all air conditioning units are concealed with automated ducts in order to maintain the flow of fresh air. A generous utility area has been provided alongside the kitchen. A testament to modern design, Clover House underpins its family’s everyday needs with purposeful planning. Sanjyt Syngh A 15,000 sq. ft. home set on 48,000 sq. ft. of land, this sprawling home in Delhi’s DLF Chattarpur Farms is designer Sanjyt Syngh’s rendition of a Los Angeles home in New Delhi. This was a peculiar request made by the homeowners themselves, who wanted a house with a narrative that resonated with the city of Los Angeles but the carefree atmosphere of New Delhi; from this request came its unique name – the “LA+ND Villa”. What sets Sanjyt Syngh’s designs apart is his great attention to detail and composition of art in all forms. This could be it a vibrant artwork, statement lighting or 36|L U X E B O O K|N O V E MB E R 2 0 2 2 Design Deconstruct N O V E MB E R 2 0 2 2 |L U X E B O O K| 37 Design Forum International Sanjyt Syngh Sanjyt Syngh

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