A luxuriously beautiful home, South Delhi

Burgeoning developments of luxury farmhouses pepper the outskirts of South Delhi.

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Nestled in expansive lush enclaves far from the chaos of the city, these homes are a rebellion against the concrete demands of a bustling Urbania. As such, the term ‘Farmhouse’ has come to represent an idiosyncratic canon of architecture that revels in its own particular definition of escape.

The Panther House was a similarly aspirational endeavor by architect Aparna Kaushik to create an oasis away from the city. The 15,000-sqft home is organized into independent wings with cascading roofs that emerge out of rich greenscapes. Keenly aligned with Vastu principles and awash with natural light throughout, as desired by the clients, the home balances both modernity and tradition inherently.

Leveraging expansive square footage, Aparna creates a deconstructed Rubik’s cube layout that ensures the outdoors is visible from every section of the home.

As you enter the villa through the majestic high doors with gold-leafed handles, there is a waiting area on the left, followed by the formal living room, both of which opens to the outdoor pool deck on the other side. At the end of the corridor lies the staircase, and the second wing of the villa extends towards the left enveloping the pool. An expansive dining room, a kitchen, and a cigar room are located in this wing with glazed windows offering a peaceful view of the pool. The cigar room opens to the poolside and a garden, making it an ideal spot for entertaining. The ground floor also houses a guest bedroom, a powder room, and a home theatre...

Project by @aparnakaushikofficial