In the sprawling sights of Jubilee Hills, India lies the NR House, a private residence evolved from the creative minds of architectural firm NA Architects.
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An organic palette, semi-precious and natural stone accents, sprawling water features and design-embedded concrete ceilings are the highlight features of this luxury and sustainable residence. Sporting some of the world’s most opulent design brands, such as Roberto Cavalli, Trussardi, Giorgetti and of course, Boca do Lobo, the architectural firm perfectly showcases their vision of never compromising interior design.
“We being architects the main force was to achieve sustainability with luxury. We wanted to change the concept of sustainability being simple and rustic. We wanted to show the world that sustainable homes can be luxurious. Being our own home we wanted to experiment with the concept on our home.” – NA Architects, about NR House, which is the home of Niroop and Rupana Reddy, the architect and interior designer respectively, behind this private residence.
Positioning the luxury home towards the back of the site created the opportunity for the living spaces to step down with the terraced landscape, seamlessly extending the usable space. NA Architects’ approach explored various strategies to maximize the perception of space, such as cavity doors to blur the distinction between interior and exterior spaces and allow the cool summer breezes to flow through the house. The pool accentuates the lines of perspective, exaggerating the length of the property, leading the eye to the horizon and further contributing to the illusion of space.
The NR House became an opportunity to advance the expression of form, space, and lifestyle associated with the location – the long, narrow site backs onto a glade of tall trees to the south. NA Architects’ first objective was to try to maximize the perception of space and they achieved that by creating generous outdoor covered spaces, which make it feel as if the interiors spill outwards and extend to the front of the site.
WAVE CENTER TABLE
The Wave Center Table is a statement piece that draws inspiration from coastal rock formations the waves have sculpted, curving their rough shapes through thousands of years of timed collision.
Nowadays, the traditional center table is no longer the only way to decorate the living room; recently center tables are taking original shapes and designs that give the living room a whole unique look through unusual forms and new materials
Wave is an original and stylish center table for a modern living room as it is also an unconventional center table for your sitting room. With great style and elegance, it creates an exclusive ambiance to your modern interiors.
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Made in wood and coated in either manually hammered copper or brass, this contemporary center table incorporates industrious metalworking techniques that test the skill of our artisans, while the top joins a black mirror shell that emulates the accumulation of water.
HERITAGE DINING TABLE
The Heritage Dining Table, much like its sibling Heritage Sideboard and Cabinet, is a highly sophisticated piece inspired by Portuguese history through the use of traditional hand-painted azulejo tiles.
Its noble design features bold lines, with alternating polished brass, bevelled mirror and azulejo strips and a tempered glass top, which reflect your dining room’s finest elements, yet add a touch of warmth and finesse.
The interior finishes contrast raw, expressive concrete on the soffit, for example, with dark marble cladding on the rear walls, lighter stone towards the front of the house and vein‐cut travertine cladding.
The natural materiality emphasizes the architecture as an extension of the landscape, while the Michael Angelo marble towards the back of the living area accentuates the illusion of depth, further enhancing the sense of space.
Sofa made in a wood structure and panels in a manual sculpture, produced in resin and finished with restoration techniques similar to stone.
The upholstery fabric is made up of six velvety and removable pillows. The legs are produced in acrylic turns.
The creativity and rich decoration of the Versailles Palace contributed to the inspiration and the creation of this modern sofa.
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