Step inside a New Delhi farmhouse where brutalism meets bold design

While the exterior palette is very understated, the interiors are accented with bold colors and shapes. The house has double-volume open living areas that extend to other rooms. “The concept was started on the lines of personal expression because interiors should look as good as they look. Thus, the layout was designed with the needs and comfort of the inhabitants in mind” , explains Syngh.”[The design language] is a mixture of several styles fading to form a unique identity. As the styles fade, the space begins to form its own character.

The dining room is adorned with a dazzling array of carvings and artwork. The Eye in the Sky chandelier comes from Ilfari; the face carvings on the table were chosen by Syngh from a boutique in Bali.

The ground floor of the two-story house is for formal entertaining. There is a waiting lounge at the main entrance to the house overlooking the water feature and lavish greens. This area leads to a large open space consisting of formal entertaining, formal dining room and open kitchen. The entire space overlooks sprawling greens dotted with sculptures.

The family living room is furnished with a Brutalism-inspired study desk, an imaginative coffee table, an abstract artwork titled Moo Moo, and black and white throw pillows, all by Sanjyt Syngh: Spaces+ Objects. The lighting here is subtle, allowing the art and sculptures to take center stage.

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