Bangalore home gets new life in crimson tones.

Bangalore home gets new life in crimson tones.

At first glance, Azalea House appears to have a conventional neutral colour palette throughout the interior. With a deeper look we can see that after all it reveals much more than gray walls and white floors with details in crimson tones added as visual highlights that attract the eye. FADD Studio made this project for clients who were looking for an exclusive design that was on the cutting edge. With that in mind, they incorporated dark red doors inspired by the typical doors found in an English phone booth. This bold start to the plan launched additional unusual ideas, such as the huge tribal pottery that is close to the front door, the two sculptures are more than decorative, as they disguise a column that should have remained.

A bold staircase begins on a stepped platform that transitions from black to oak, from white to red, continuing to floating oak planks with black railings that rise to the skylight above.

Bearing in mind that the red doors and tribal ceramics had already been established, it was time to design the rest of the house, which included a colour palette of black, white, gray and red, along with oak wood.

Moooi equipped the living room with a sofa, two chairs and a coffee table, adding a Ligne Roset lamp to the corner of the room.

A red Antibodi armchair designed by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso adds colour to this neutral space.

The two daughters each have their own bedroom and bathroom with their colour preferences.

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