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Surrounded by pristine nature, 27 Summit by MAIA Estates designed by Neterwala & Aibara is spacious, fine and functional

NOV 10, 2021 | By Anushua Aich
A well put together contrast emerges through the grey and woody toned cabinets in the main kitchen; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala
Soothing to the soul is the balanced colour palette used in this primary washroom, which offers a sense of completeness; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala
This second primary suite creates a feeling of warmth with a fabric feature wall in muted shades of blue, green and brown; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala
The distinguished decor and furniture pieces in this primary bedroom sync seamlessly with the muted colour palette; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala
Large windows and the glass façade allow for ample light to flow into the entire living area, while the high ceilings focus on giving the apartment well deserved volume; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala
The spaces all feel contemporary and elegant but have been made to consciously add a feeling of warmth and intrigue with the artwork and furnishings used; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala
The glass used for the windows is also optimised for heat gain values; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala
On the right of the dining room is the Woodville chef’s kitchen and bar that enables one to entertain family and friends by staying connected and in the centre of all the action; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala
Eikowa brass statement feature on the fluted wall of the living area subtly elevates the feel of the space, alongside furniture from Good Lines; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala
The kids’ bedroom has a grey neutral background with many pops of colour through the wall panelling and artwork; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala
Wooden decking with Shera board false ceiling enhances the beauty of this living room connected deck; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala
Innovative features like the Lego wall, fabric wall panel and the unique adjustable shelf with wooden pegs and metal trays add an element of playfulness to the kids’ bedroom; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala
Terrazzo tiles featured in the kids’ bathroom brings forth a cool vibe in the kids’ washroom; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala

27 Summit by MAIA Estates, which is a condominium complex and a show home in the heart of Bengaluru, embodies true tranquility. Its massive glass windows and doors, overlooking voluptuous greens, offer respite that is so comforting that it needs to be felt again in order to believe it. 

Designed by Neterwala & Aibara, this 5,500 sq ft show flat doesn’t just entail ordinary spaces but ones that will add value to your lifestyle, truly understanding your needs and emotions at every hour. The living area, which extends to a divine deck, brings forth the true essence of living.

This quaint yet electrifying double height deck connected to the family room is an absolute show-stealer; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala

What makes this essence alive are furniture pieces that feature colours like blue, grey and white—enabling the double height characteristic of the space and the wooden flooring to sync in perfectly.

Expansive, elegant and immersive—this family room is an exemplary space; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala

 

The interesting part about this flat is that the rooms never end with an obviousness but there are extra spaces connected to them, summoning a freshness. Showcasing veneer walls with brass verticals, PU shelves and a hammered metal TV back panel, the family room, adjoined by a deck is exquisitely designed.

Each detail, from decor pieces to furnishings, seems to take the responsibility upon themselves to not conceal the beauty that radiates off from the glass facade but instead balance it with care. 

Sober but luxurious colour palette finds life in this patio; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala

 

By now, one thing is quite evident that lavishness has been given the top priority. But what continues to be an alluring factor is that this lavishness has a form that is elegant and to keep this form intact, a subtle yet contemporary colour palette has been maintained throughout.

The light fixtures above the dining table cast a divine spotlight throughout the dining area; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala

As on the right side of the dining area, is the chef’s kitchen and bar that exhibits an opulent sophistication. To define this, Neterwala adds, “The bar is made with pocket shutters that make space saving and privacy the key highlights of the bar. It is also loaded with a wine chiller and any other requirements one might have in a personal bar”.

With patterned tile wall on one side and a full mirror wall on the other, this powder room brings forth an exuberant aesthetic appeal; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala

Also, one of the significant things that doesn’t get compromised is the functionality aspect. To ensure an uninterrupted look and feel, smart storage options are hidden within the wall, keeping the design aesthetics in place. Besides this, what constantly stands out is the rich design featured in marbles, tiles and wall panelling.

This plush walk-in closet in the second primary suite, exhibiting metal framed glass shutters and open wardrobe with leather backing from Oaktree and Try Square wooden flooring, adds charm to the space; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala

This intensifies when one catches the glimpse of the primary bedroom and the washroom that this space includes. The vanity detailing emerges evident through the gorgeous fluted marble wall, seen in the washroom and the rich beige walls of the bedroom, either in wallpaper or wall panels with brass inlays. 

Blue fluted cabinet with brass borders from Aaren, perfectly complement the white textured walls of the guest washroom; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala

 

PC Sampath chevron patterned diamond tiles add flair to this shower cubicle of guest washroom; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala

At times, despite all the rooms having a distinct design, an overall cohesive composure is reflected through this show flat. Designing a condominium is not at all an easy task as the spaces in it come with its own set of limitations. Aibara shares, “The patio was both the most challenging and eventually the most appealing space in the show flat. It was very tricky to define the use of this space, since it was originally designed as a dining deck that was open on one side. However, keeping in mind the current times, the final design treated this space as a wonderful transition area, bringing in a lot of greenery and light but also allowing for it to close off and become its own independent space with the use of two pocket doors”.

The patio right up ahead with its glass door increases the natural light flowing into the apartment; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala

 

This main kitchen is spread across 220 sq ft, subtly being divided into a pantry and extensive cooking space; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala

 

 

27 Summit by MAIA Estates is a one-of-a-kind abode, a dream come true. As founder and CEO of MAIA Estates, Mayank Ruia says, “This development is designed to conserve our world’s scarcest resources—our environment and our sense of quality time. It is our duty as developers to ensure that residents feel a sense of responsibility towards the environment we share and that our homes and communities are designed to free up as much time from our busy schedules as possible”. Meanwhile, Neterwala & Aibara’s excellent design details see to it that nothing looks unnecessary—rather creates a balance, which is reflected in a heavenly manner both day and night.

This modish and smart main kitchen featuring quartz countertop and cladding looks immaculate in every possible way; Photographs by Ishita Sitwala

Discover more about this stunning space in our October November 2021 issue!