Falling Leaves

The warmth of nature extended deep down the house.

Modern contemporary house that evokes spiritual vibes.

The interiors are also derived from the basic concept, ‘falling of leaves’.   Backlit Tulsi Kyara, inner courtyard (Brahm sthan) and transparent Puja Room form the traditional and spiritual aspect of the house whereas the structure is contemporary. The flow of light and shadows with geometry and textures adds glory to the simplicity of spaces.

 Each set of Furniture is a unique piece of art, every little detail is perceived and designed, and not just mere decoration. Most of the furniture was sketched on-site by the architect. The vibrancy of fabric and comfort of low height seating defines informal living space gracefully whereas the varying ambiance of Bedrooms reflects the persona of each habitant. A very rare combination of mother of pearl is used to decorate the common spaces. Leaf patterns, inner courtyard, the wood finishes keep nature alive inside the house.

  • Completion Year : 2011
  • Client : Ashok Rangwani
  • Area : -
  • Location : Nadiad
  • Team : Kamal Patel, Nipa Patel, Vibhuti Patel