This residential project by Sanjyt Syngh is an artistic 2400 sq ft space in the quiet residential lane of Green Park, South Delhi, owned by a young professional.
“My general philosophy is that spaces need to be curated. Art plays a major role in enhancing the look of a space. In fact, art plays a major role in every space I design. In this particular project, it was a mix of things. Some of the wall art is sourced by our design studio as we work with various artists. Some of it is client’s photographs from their travels. Also, during their travels, they were constantly in touch with me and would send me photos of interesting things they found. The sculptures in the dining room are by Shailesh Ojha”, said Sanjyt Syngh.
Sanjyt Syngh
Sanjyt Syngh
This apartment has a living room, dining room, two bedrooms, TV room, gym, kitchen and four washrooms. The decor is a mix of Eclectic with Parisian chic style.
Each room has been given its own identity. The modern furniture pieces are designed and manufactured by Sanjyt Syngh Design Studio and the lighting is sourced from various brands. There’s an abundance of natural light, thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows. Artworks and colourful pieces lend the space a dramatic and vibrant appeal
The TV Room
TV Room
TV Room
The bright yellow cabinet, which was custom designed by Sanjyt Syngh, adds a pop of colour and brings this room to life. The rustic rug is by Jaipur Rugs and the furnishing is by Sanjyt himself.
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TV Room
The Living Room
Living Room
Living Room
This room is one of the most fashionable spaces in the house. The residing couple wanted a lively space that evokes individuality. The sofas, cabinetry and other soft furnishings are by Sanjyt. The dramatic rug, table lamp and Moooi accessories have been sourced from Lightbox. The chandelier is from Angel Ventures.
Living Room
Living Room
The Dining Room
Dining Room
Dining Room
This pristine space was designed to evoke a sense of calm. Sanjyt Syngh has designed the dining table while the dining chairs were imported from Europe. The sculptures are by Shailesh Ojha.
Master bedroom
Master Bedroom
Master Bedroom
This unconventional space has Botticino Classic flooring and ceilings that are a mix of POP and wooden panelling. The furniture pieces are either designed or sourced by Sanjyt Syngh. Same goes for the bed linens, drapery and artwork. Sanjyt’s bespoke pink cabinet is the highlight of this room.
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Master Bedroom
Master Bedroom
The Guest Room
Guest Room
Guest Room
The house also has a gym, which was customised by the trainer, and a lavish guest room.

 

 

 

 

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