Formnorm studio presents Lagom house in Hyderabad
MAY 9, 2020 | By Vedika Nair
Cocooned in the City of Pearls is Lagom house, a 1,650 sq ft apartment for four. Conceived by designers Harshita Singh and Tanay Dey of New Delhi based practice Formnorm, the home’s unique and experimental design ideologies focus on intrinsic details that add character, while weaving in their own aesthetic. Located on the 15th floor and spanning three bedrooms, the abode was designed with minimalism as its key ideology to match the panoramic view of Hyderabad’s western suburbs.
Each room’s function influenced its theme and character. A subtle monotone palette of canvas layered with white oak wood complemented with an array of textures, soft furnishings, rugs and graphics, this home was built to fit each family member’s personality. “We ensured a beautiful yet practical design for the space,” says Harshita. On the journey to finding the right balance, the home was christened “Lagom”—Swedish for ‘just right’—as it served as inspiration to create a similar synergy when crafting the interiors as well as exteriors of the home.