Gurgaon Home – The Crest of Monumental Art | Vanbros India | Gurgaon
Delhi, India: Vanbros symbolizes a delicate balance of authenticity, consistency, and accountability. We make it a point to be malleable for our customers and, simultaneously, assertive when it comes to project management. Our company’s success is based on our ability to work in tandem with all partners as per their customized requirements, stay professional at all times, make innovation our key mantra, and take decisions with the big picture in mind. Our goodwill and honesty in all our endeavors have been the cornerstone of our brand philosophy, and we continue to grow with this very ethos.
Vanbros believes in attention to detail and is meticulous about every aspect of the craft. Our focus is on detailing from civil work to doors and windows to interiors, flooring, ceilings, and furnishings.
Living areas are the soul of a house since the members come together as a family to talk, laugh and share.
For this project, the living room was strategically planned well in advance and was then intricately designed to mimic and draw influence from the Parisian museums. It also borrows liberally from the cultures of Italy and France, the countries where the owners have traveled extensively. The client’s flair for classical designs is a heady addition to the mix. Inspiration has been drawn from European colonial structures, giving the exterior a classical demeanor while the interiors bend towards a modern touch.
There are three to four different floors to the building, and it was a task to let go of opposing thoughts.
Typically a classical style lends itself very well to large estates but owing to their love of this design; the client decided to adopt this for their home, which spans across multiple floors. The ground and first floors featured informal dining and voyeur areas and informal and formal living areas. The bedrooms were located on the upper wings of the second and third floors. The play of design in the various floors is a fascinating one, where every floor depicts a different flair from the classical era to mid-modern to colonial and even a blend of two styles in some spaces.
The building is a modern synthesis with classic components strewn about. Designers and artisans burnt the midnight oil at the workshop to design the bespoke furniture as per the client’s unique taste, as they heavily influenced this project. They were keen on prototyping each piece and were heavily involved in creating the concepts and designs. Their involvement permeated even in the minor things, resulting in somewhat serendipitous touches like lovely animal designs to build a unique structure altogether.
Beautifully carved chairs and tables with natural veneers were preferred for the eating spaces. Rare Burma Teak imported to India was carved into exquisite features and shaped to complement the Artwork. In classical pieces, curves and arches are very liberal as they often depict flora and fauna. This design tends to be very labor-intensive when it comes to craftsmanship since very slender and lissome articles have to emerge from heavy woodblocks.
The artisans spent a lot of time, effort, and thought on these items, and eventually, they turned out beautifully. The articles have been maintained functional while adhering to the classical design idea. Rich, traditional textures were prominently used as inputs. Burl effects, which are predominant in this property, are not commonly seen these days, making it one-of-a-kind.
Further on, the carvings and tapestry of the furniture pieces were symmetrical and complimented the color palettes and tones of the room and location. Each selection was a hand-picked, handmade, personalized option and worked in a light yellow color with floral designs. Each item had a distinct aura, similar to that of a masterpiece or a monument that cannot be duplicated or cloned.
Furniture was in a pristine white setting, and the living spaces were dotted with stunning works of art that complement the tapestry and the house’s decor. These accents were also hand-picked from Italy and other European destinations where the clients had toured extensively.
The lounge area, comprising the coffee tables and leather sofas, gave off a colonial vibe and were highly engaging and entertaining components of the room.
The basement served as a private bar and entertainment area for the couple and their guests. The cellar space is entirely covered with wood and veneer paneling. The black floor is Italian marble, inlaid with woods in vivid shades and colors, creating intricate handwork. These distinguishing features give the house a distinct personality that sets it apart, creating a remodeled home in a different territory. The illusion of space and continuity has never been expressed more implicitly. The more minor intricacies of work depicted the craftsmanship of the maker or polisher by their highly skilled handiwork.
In totality, this structure is like a pandora’s box, full of pleasant surprises that don’t fail to amaze the onlooker. It is a confluence of many sagas that blend and maintain their character.