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Grand design for Indore home

Indore-based Manish Kumat Design Cell has designed The Neem Bungalow, which is a residential project spanning 7000 sq. ft. The home is organized into independent wings with cascading roofs and enjoys natural light as desired by the clients. Due to the expansive square footage, the team created an L-shaped layout that ensures that the outdoors is visible from the home set in a corner rectangular plot with two tall trees. The three-level house is designed for a family that lives, plays, entertains, and parties in style.

The home features grand living and dining spaces with bedrooms, a spa and gymnasium, and library and entertainment areas. A porch at the entrance is designed as a terrace garden set against the backdrop of abundant neem trees that are at the center of the plot. The upper ground and first floor have a clinic for the doctor couple, along with residential quarters, dining and lounge areas, and a kitchen. The home follows contemporary minimalism, including not designing a false ceiling for the living and dining halls. Large windows and doors bring in natural light to the bedrooms.

The entertainment zone on the top floor is inspired by the family’s love for entertaining guests and relaxing. It consists of a home theatre and spa that is connected to the terrace and a bar. A dark color palette evokes a moody, yet stylish environment with woody notes on the floor. A library and children’s room are designed for the children, with the thought to entertain more children in the future. Interesting hanging patterns and pendant lighting along with art installations embrace the authenticity of the space designed.