The 5,000 sq ft condo has three bedrooms including a double bayed master boudoir and suite with its own study, a spacious central lobby, and family-cum-television lounge – a reflection of the clients’ interests as well as timeless styles of furniture. Primarily from our own companies, Sunita Kohli and Co and Kohelika Kohli Designs of K2 India, known for fine quality and production since 1971, the classic contemporary, mid-century and art deco pieces have been juxtaposed with Indian artefacts and art. Dotting the home are beautiful objects that the couple has collected during their travels or have had specially commissioned. Some chairs were imported, such as the ones from Cassina and Herman Miller, while accessories were picked up from all over the world. We also sourced lights from different countries through Lightbox and Suryaveer Kohli Home.
The clients are well-travelled, yet rooted in Indian culture. Their sensibilities are sophisticated and simple at the same time, and I am so pleased that their home reflects these intangible qualities. For instance, the focal artwork is a 100 year old Pichwai over the main sofa and is central to the large living and dining spaces. My favourite space, however, is the family room that converts into a full fledged projection space. Aditya Gupta from Soundsmiths did a brilliant job of planning the sound system throughout the apartment and the balconies.
The only “theme” that resonates throughout is that the spaces feel like a home, with a timeless quality to the design. It’s a culmination of innovative ideas, stylish furniture, intriguing objects and finishes. And most importantly, it looks effortless and is imbued with an inherent peacefulness.