An elegant Mumbai home for three generations that makes the most of limited space
Khosla muses, “Making a house is where you can change a person’s life,” and in this case, that meant getting to know the customers. “The interaction process happened over Zoom, getting to know them as customers and getting to know the kids as well,” and that’s because the commission came during Covid and his studio was able to complete the project. in 6 to 8 months.
Given the chaos in shipping and supply chains. Khosla stayed with local suppliers for most of the house. She says in speaking through her projects, “We were burning our fingers for shopping internationally”, and so the project features brands like Alsorg, Hatsu and Essentia.
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An apt representation of the whole house is the upholstered herringbone bench in the living room. It is placed in such a way as to allow conversation with people sitting on the sofa and using the living room. But there’s also “enough space consciously left for you to sit down…get your cup of coffee or tea and sit by the window and enjoy your time.”
Elaborating on the living room, Khosla says, “It was a challenge to get a rug that spoke to all of this, because at that time we had a wood veneer, textured and ribbed surface. We had a herringbone pattern; we had angular pieces of furniture as central tables; we had a consciously eccentrically placed piece of art.
Everything the designer shares indicates that everything, in fact, is premeditated and nothing is an afterthought.
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