Anandi | Avartan design studio

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Anandi | Avartan design studio

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  • Project Name: Anandi
  • Practice: Avartan design studio
  • Products: Sketchup , Autocad , Qutone , Hybec , Ashirwaad , Artize , DULUX , Teak wood
  • Completion year: 2023
  • Gross Built up Area: 2700 sq.ft.
  • Project Location: Satara, Maharashtra
  • Country: India
  • Lead Architects/Designer: Ar. Rohit Jagadale
  • Design Team: Ar. Rohit Jagadale, Kaveri Jagdale
  • Clients: Mr. Rahul Devi
  • Structural Consultants: Prakash Gujar
  • Landscape Consultants: Ar. Rohit Jagadale
  • Contractors: Tapale
  • Interior + Furniture: Kaveri Kudave
  • Photo Credits: Pranit Bora Studio
  • Others: Visualization: Rohit Jagadale, Civil engineer: Tapale, Supervision: Tapale, Typology: Contemporary
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Excerpt: Anandi by Avartan design studio is a residence that fosters a sense of tranquility and offers refuge from the hectic pace of everyday life. This residence seamlessly combines traditional aesthetics with modern sensibilities, offering a harmonious blend of functionality and serenity. The design incorporates elements that mimic the surrounding landscape, making the home visually appealing and in tune with its environment.

Project Description

Anandi | Avartan design studio
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[Text as submitted by architect] Anandi, nestled among the scenic Satara’s skyline with captivating mountain views, is a tranquil and vibrant abode for a nuclear family. This residence seamlessly combines traditional aesthetics with modern sensibilities, offering a harmonious blend of functionality and serenity.

Anandi | Avartan design studio
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Anandi | Avartan design studio
© Pranit Bora Studio
Anandi | Avartan design studio
© Pranit Bora Studio

The design incorporates elements that mimic the surrounding landscape, making the home visually appealing and in tune with its environment. The expansive windows ensure ample natural light flows into the living areas, enhancing the bright and airy atmosphere.

Anandi | Avartan design studio
© Pranit Bora Studio
Anandi | Avartan design studio
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Inside Anandi, the interior design showcases a fusion of traditional and contemporary elements. The traditional aesthetics pay homage to the rich cultural heritage of the family, while the modern touches add a touch of sophistication and convenience. The decor features a tasteful mix of handcrafted furniture, vibrant textiles, and intricately designed artworks, creating a warm and inviting ambiance.

Anandi | Avartan design studio
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Anandi | Avartan design studio
© Pranit Bora Studio
Anandi | Avartan design studio
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The layout promotes seamless movement and connectivity between different areas, allowing family members to engage in various activities while maintaining a sense of togetherness, ensuring that every family member can find their own personal retreat within the sanctuary of Anandi. The double-height entrance lobby and spaces create a sense of grandeur and spaciousness.

Anandi | Avartan design studio
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Anandi | Avartan design studio
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The skylight provides ample natural light, reducing the need for artificial lighting during the day and improving ventilation. The skylight allows occupants to connect with the outdoors, providing glimpses of the sky and potentially even stars at night. Overall, such a design element combines aesthetics, functionality, and a connection to nature, creating a welcoming and visually appealing entryway to a building while saving energy and creating a well-lit atmosphere.

Anandi | Avartan design studio
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Pastel-coloured kitchen trolleys and cabinets bring a fresh and charming aesthetic to the kitchen space, making it visually pleasing and more inviting. 

Creating a master toilet with a private landscape featuring dense bamboo plantations offers a sense of natural tranquilly and privacy, creating a bathroom space that feels refreshing, visually appealing, and connected to the outdoors.

Anandi | Avartan design studio
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Anandi | Avartan design studio
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A traditional wooden balcony opening in the courtyard provides charm and warmth that beautifully connect indoor and outdoor spaces, enhancing the overall beauty of the home. It can be tailored according to specific needs. 

Gomukh fountains are not only decorative but also hold cultural and religious significance in Hindu traditions, symbolising purity and abundance. They can enhance the aesthetics and ambiance of the outdoor space while providing a soothing sound of flowing water. A water body with lilies at the entrance verandah of a house adds a natural touch to the entrance, making it more welcoming and aesthetically pleasing.

Anandi | Avartan design studio
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A fabricated staircase is a combination of metal and wood that creates a visually striking contrast that adds to the overall aesthetic of the lobby. It can give the space a modern and sophisticated look with a touch of warmth. Metal fabrication ensures the structural integrity and durability of the staircase, making it safe for everyday use. The wooden steps, on the other hand, provide comfort and a pleasant tactile experience.

Anandi | Avartan design studio
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Anandi | Avartan design studio
© Pranit Bora Studio

Anandi is designed to foster a sense of tranquilly and peace, providing a respite from the hectic pace of daily life. Its breathtaking location amidst the Sataras skyline and the Mountain View, combined with its functional and serene experiences, serves as a constant reminder of the beauty and grandeur of nature.

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