Karma house, by Deuja Designs

Sumptuousness of a hotel and bespoke ambience of home, this house offers the best of these two worlds | Deuja Designs

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Leisure, tranquillity and adaptation of a modern house are the key elements of this house in vadodara. The client wanted an amalgamation of a Sumptuousness of a hotel and the charms of tradition. The client’s brief stated that the language of this residential space ought to teleport us to a modern cum traditional house, having a significant connect with nature. They wanted to have open yet private spaces with a completely soothing atmosphere. This made the architects design an open home, blurring the boundaries between internal and external spaces, the house is planned in an extroverted manner bringing in natural light and yet take care of weather in that region.

We had to do more than just Interiors that way which includes garden with gazebo as well, also Fenestration was planned in a way to capture every bit of the view.

The orientation of the house and its strategic positioning of elements such as the living room and all rooms bring in ample amount of daylight and at the same time avoid direct heat gain.

The living room opens up to the external garden space which in-turn adds a voluminous formal hangout space which is directly accessible from the living room. The staircase as an element separates the formal living room with dining area, serving as the focal point of the home.

Designed by (Firm Name): @deujadesigns

Location: Vadodara, gujarat

Project Size (carpet)sq.ft.: 3700sq.ft.

Principal Architect(s): Ar. Hemali soni & Er. Dev soni

Team Design Credits (for Particular Project): Ar.kunal baladaniya; Id. twisha shah; Ar.mohammad ali sulaimani; Id. Vatsal solanki