Gurgaon Homes: 3 Projects for Artistic Design Inspiration!

The current design scenario is open to so much inspiration that we are witnessing an exciting period for the profession. Designers today are no longer restricted to one particular interior design style. Our search for elegant interior design has led us to these 3 Gurgaon homes that score high on aesthetics, modernism and relevance!

Read on get pumped up for your next project!

1. Inside luxurious Gurgaon homes: A Lavish project from MADS Creations

This home is a duplex with five bedrooms, a front and a backyard adorned with a pool and a basement. Meenu Agarwal from MADS Creations wanted her Gurgaon home to be her signature design mixing inherent serenity and timeless aesthetics.

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Photo courtesy: Atul Pratap Chauhan/ MADS Creations

Inspired with the modern interior design style, she worked with luxe interiors with shiny spaces and elegant metallic finishes. The house features immense use of exciting gold accents, a rich material palette, unusual shapes and play of textures.

The material palette is an essential highlight of this design.  With beige spider marble, intimate use of Vietnamese white marble inlaying, rich upholstery and wallpapers and warm teakwood flooring, the interior design style stands out from the crowd!

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Photo courtesy: Atul Pratap Chauhan/ MADS Creations

The artsy appeal is accentuated further by the carefully curated accessories and artworks that are too hard to miss. Moreover, the glittering elements, stunning lighting decor and customised furniture make this one of the most popular Gurgaon homes.

Additionally, the most remarkable feature of this house is a fluid connection with the lush, green exteriors beyond the four walls, creating a soulful ambience.

2. A Gurgaon home where “Nature takes over Architecture” from Renesa

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Photo courtesy: Nivedita Gupta/ Renesa

This five-bedroom family home in Gurgaon is another one that touched our design tastes. The designers pay an elegant tribute to vernacular Indian architecture interior design style.

The location of the house is definitely of exceptional value to its architecture and design. The building is gently embraced from all sides by beautiful foliage consisting of over 45 trees around the affluent Golf course road.

From the very beginning, the architects focused on making nature take over. Building the foundation of the house, therefore was a result of careful consideration. The elegant cantilevered walls extend the reach of the building into the landscape. Additionally, there are several angle cuts in the architecture to allow the trees and roots to go through without being uprooted.

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Photo courtesy: Nivedita Gupta/ Renesa

The architects did a tremendous job in managing the landscape and creating a beautiful building that communicates with nature. Moreover, the cantilevers overlapping in the foliage present a dramatic view of overlapping walls.  The large red louvre frames add secondary insulation and dissipate the light. The architects encouraged the use of Indian stones that are extremely resistant to the Indian climate and are budget-friendly.

The understated elegance of this architecture leaves an impression in the heart of the inhabitants, and the serene natural ambience stays with you even after you’re gone.

3. The Gurgaon home celebrating south Indian charm, from Envisage

Keeping the interior design style in sync with the client’s design brief is essential for every project. The clients wanted a fun and comfortable space with a south Indian charm. The owners wanted this Gurgaon home to have hints of Kerala and Tamil Nadu.

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Photo courtesy: Suryan and Dang/ Envisage

The elegant home is named “Anubhuti” and presents a delightful mix of traditional interior design style with modern basics.

The tiles at the entrance, the mural in the temple, different kolam patterns on the wall and the Nalukettu style furniture, merge in the contemporary settings.

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Photo courtesy: Suryan and Dang/ Envisage

The 2600 square feet faces the south and features ample amounts of natural lighting. The use of wood makes the interiors easier to maintain and clean.  Additionally, the soft and neutral design palette and visually light furniture retain the airy appeal of the interiors.


Featured image: Suryan and Dang/ Envisage

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