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Modern Home Close To Nature

Praneeth Pranav Townsquare Bachupally

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The home is a 1,700 sq. ft. apartment. Following an open floor plan and a modern design story, this home has one of the best designs anyone can hope for. You see, the difference between a great design and a good design is that a great one doesn’t have to be assertive; it attracts attention effortlessly.

Mr. Prathik

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Kitchens Descended From The Heavens

Masab Tank Hyderabad

02

While the first kitchen (500 sq.ft.) got an island layout, an L-shaped layout seemed like the perfect match for the second one (200 sq. ft.). However, both kitchens follow a similar colour and material palette. Decked up with modular furniture, the kitchen’s functionality stays in tandem with its looks.

Mr. Syed Naveed

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Breach The Boring!

Madhapur Hyderabad

03

The office has undergone a significant transformation when compared to how it appeared before the project. It has since been transformed into a space with vibrant colours, modular furniture, and a motivated workforce in place of plain and boring desks and monotone coloured walls.

Mr. Santosh

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Modern Life, Contemporary Living

Saanvi Pride, Alwal Hyderabad

04

The duplex villa located in Alwal, Hyderabad, is overflowing with textured walls, fluted panelling, wooden accents, and many other things you can imagine. This 3bhk home welcomes you with open arms and soothes you with muted colours; even the furniture helps you sink in and relax. However, the entrance wall steals the show with its round artistic panelling sitting over the textured wall that meets fluted panelling.

Mr. Nagaraju

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Luxury Wrapped With Gold

Kompally Hyderabad

05

It’s hard to put together words to express the grandiosity of this home. It’s even harder not to lose yourself in the design. The living room itself is as mesmerising as a room can get, and how could it not be? The first thing you encounter after stepping into this room is a spacious, plush sofa set, above which a beautiful golden art piece is hung on bewitching beaded walls. But that’s not all. The television unit sits on a white marble panel that enhances the overall aesthetics.

Mrs. Preethi

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Minimalistic Elegance

Sattva Magnus Hyderabad

06

Against popular opinion, elegance does not require extravagance to justify it. Just like nature carries both ferocity and a sense of serenity within itself, a minimalist design can leave you awestruck with its subtle style. This is how Mr. Lakshmanaacharya must have felt when he first stepped into his 3 BHK apartment after the designers at Aertsen cast their spell of beautification on the home in Sattva Magnus.

Mr. Lakshmanaacharya

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Understated Elegance

Sumadhura Acropolis Hyderabad

07

A wooden symphony synchronizes through this 2,650 sq. ft Hyderabad home. The opulent home nestled in Sumadhura Acropolis is a modern and modular residence curated for a family of three. With a vast material and colour palette, this home strives to achieve a rustic natural feel with a contemporary overview. While a strong, thoughtful design language binds every space together, the beautifully assorted furniture, decor and lighting pronounce a seemingly distinct mood for each corner here.

Mr.Prabhakar

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Rhythmic Simplicity in Contemporary Design

GEV Vijayawada

08

The beauty of simplicity has never been more profoundly expressed through design than in this 3 bhk home. Drawing inspiration from nature and adding minimalist contemporary elements to the mix gave birth to the interiors of this apartment in Vijayawada.

Mr. Srinivas

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Minimalist Sophistication

Prestige High Fields Hyderabad

09

Keeping up with the theme, the interior follows a blend of Scandinavian and rustic styles. Both design ideas come together perfectly to build the home Mr. Sandeep always dreamt of. The 3 BHK home follows a traditional floor plan and perfectly embodies the minimalist theme through its natural colour and material palette. Whilst the colour palette is dominated by muted greys, the design language is best manifested through the furniture.

Mr. Sandeep

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Bold & Beautiful

Guntur

010

Relaxed and natural are the first words that come to mind as one steps into this massive 6,000-square-foot bungalow in the town of Narsaraopet. The next two perceptions could be considered to be in slight contradiction to each other: the home is as rustic as it is refined.

Mr. Ramdev

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Warm and Welcoming

GEV Radha Madhav Vijayawada

011

This two-story, 4,500-square-foot bungalow in Vijayawada is a full-throttle modern home with traditional touches. With a leap towards luxury, this home is styled, focusing on the family’s lifestyle.

Dr. Neelakanta

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Modern Living Meets Contemporary Design

Palm Springs Guntur

012

Keeping in accordance with the modern theme, the home takes liberties with natural material palette, simple clean lines, and simplistic furniture. Similarly, the walls follow neutral colours and textures that won’t jump out at you instantly but stand out when put together with the other aspects of the home. To put it simply, the home emanates elegance while bordering on austerity.

Ms. Madhavi

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Global Spotlight

Hyderabad

013

A duplex villa that sprawls over 5,000 sq ft is home to three. The residence’s attention to detail, colour combinations, and material choices exude elegance. A sleek modern touch is the predominate style for this home. A muted cool grey tone on the walls runs across the entire home.

Ms. Lakshmi

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A Grandiose, Golden Home in The Sky

My home Bhooja Hyderabad

014

The journey began to build this luxurious 4 BHK home in My Home Bhooja, located in the heart of Hyderabad. The layout of the house follows a traditional floor plan, covering a 3,200 sq. ft. area on the 21st floor that literally looks like heaven in the sky. The client was looking for a palace vibe while being grounded in minimalism, so choosing a contemporary style with muted luxury seemed like the obvious choice.

Mr. LN Reddy

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Tailored Design For The Modern Home

Mid-valley city Guntur

015

The interior, which is dominated by geometrical shapes, open areas, and golden accents, reflects contemporary living and follows an open floor plan. panelling is different yet weaves a continuous story. Upon entering the home, you are greeted with a wooden partition separating the dining area from the foyer. The partition then wraps to the right, separating the dining area from the drawing area. However, this side of the partition is made of a MS steel frame with tinted glass.

Mr. Kishore

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All in Neutrals

SMR Casa Carino Kismatpur

016

This home opens to a free-flowing layout wherein formal and informal living room spaces are planned, along with a dining area and kitchen. The interesting materiality of this home is the emphasis on rustic, earthy tones.

Dr.Kiranmayi

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A Concert of Modern & Classical Designs

GEV Radha Madhav Vijayawada

017

Italian architecture has always mesmerised people from all over the globe. Be it the artistic beading on the walls or the fancy furniture, it never fails to astonish the onlookers. Perhaps that’s the reason Mr. Kartik settled on a neoclassical interior design. However, the designers threw a bit of modern style into the mix to liven up the place. The apartment in question is located in Vijayawada and follows a traditional floor plan.

Mr. Karthik

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Monochromatic Charm

Kukatpally Hyderabad

018

The home models subtle patterns and sleek geometric lines unabashedly but exceptionally, with colour bursts against neutral backgrounds. The designs are customised so as to echo the singularity and styles of the owners. The abode beams with fine modernism.

Mr. Arun

Lodha Belleza

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Essence Of Nature

FINANCIAL DISTRICT Hyderabad

019

This rustic yet modern abode measuring 2,700Sft is a 3-BHK home inspired from natural textures and color palettes. The concept is based on a modern style with a strain of contemporary touch. Wooden panels with gold inlay have been used to accentuate the backdrop for the living room. A green wall has been constructed around the vanity area to complement the wooden detail and shutters all around and give a lively atmosphere to the space.

Mr. Dinesh

Rajapushpa Eterna

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Sumptuous comfort

PALM SPRINGS Guntur

020

Located in Palm Springs, Guntur, this modern contemporary home caters to a family of four. With an area of 2,150 Sft. and 3bhk at our disposal this home is immersed in muted colors. With a white canvas as walls, the furniture and wooden elements stand out maintaining a neutral palette of browns all around. The apartment is enriched with daylight with an added liveliness of plants in every corner.

Mr.Gopi

Palm springs

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The Extravagant Dwelling

Vijayawada Telangana

021

Located in Vijayawada, this 2,900 sq. ft apartment is home to a family of six. The home weaves a design story through its dramatic accents and an interesting colour palette that runs across the walls in each room. The design is reflected through different mediums, from a vast material palette, to modern furnishings and eye-catching artifacts.

Mr. Srinivas Rao

GEV Radha Madhav

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The Modern Haven

SERILINGAMPALLE Hyderabad

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This 3-BHK home with a conservative area of 1,800Sft is home to a young couple. The spatial treatment of this apartment reflects the lifestyle the family aspired for. The vision for this home was to include a Japanese style crafted with a minimal yet bold design. The living area has been elevated to form a deck like space that divides the entryway and dining area. Abundant in sunlight and two accent walls, this area speaks wonders.

Ms. Swathi

My Home Mangala

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Play of Warm & cool

Play of Warm & cool Hyderabad

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With an area of 2,400sft, and a configuration of a 3-BHK at their disposal, this home overlooks the city from the 11th floor. Predominantly a modern design with hints of neoclassical elements makes it a design wonder. The home is aptly called “ A play of warm and cool” since the colors blend so well to complement each other. The highlight of this home would be its paneling. How each paneling is different yet weaves a continuous story.

Mr. Bala

EIPL Apila

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