This Bengaluru apartment offers view of the city skyline from every corner of the house!
JUN 21, 2018 | By Shruti Jaipuria
When I first met the Golchhas, they told me they wanted a simple, clutter free house that still felt luxurious in its simplicity. Shruti and Gautam already had a beautiful Sri Lankan style abode they lived in with their two children and pet dog. Although gorgeous, it was a little cramped and dark.
They needed more space and lots of natural light. This apartment is located on the 15th floor of a high rise, in the centre of Bengaluru. What sealed the deal was that the flat opened out to beautiful panoramic views of the city from all corners, including the kitchen and bathrooms.
The 4,500 sq ft residence has a minimal, contemporary aesthetic, but one that is rooted in a timeless, warm sophistication. The design has been kept simple, light and airy in order to emphasise clear vistas of the urban landscape. The focal point is a large, 9.5 ft tall ceramic tree by artist S Gopinath, that was commissioned for this project. Fascinated by the tree of life, the client selected other artworks following the same theme across the space by artists Madan Meena, Sunit Das, LP Singh, among others and a few Pichwais too.