The living room is designed to encourage a nature-inspired slow life. It amalgamates the Portuguese-Goan heritage with hints of Turkish influences. A muted colour scheme with clean-lined, minimalist furniture keeps the design scheme rooted to the earth. Most of the furniture here is made of concrete with IPS to minimise the use of wood and maximize sustainability.
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Behind the living room is a kitchen with sliding glass doors that segregate the two spaces while maintaining visual continuity. The kitchen features black Kota flooring with a crisscross pattern and maroon stone accents.
While most of the house has an earthy colour palette to exude a zen-like vibe, blue was used on the spiral staircase and front door for a distinctive charm. Varying shades of blue adorn the window frames as well.