amalgamating with arts and craft
Project | Rosewood
Location | Haridwar
Built-up Area | 30000 Sq ft
Scope | Interiors
Typology | Hospitality
Status | Completed
The Rosewood Service apartments are designed keeping in mind the concept of a home away from home. The intent was to create a development with 44 all-in-one rooms, with all appropriate facilities including a self-sufficient pantry.
There are multiple common facilities such as the conference room, library, TV room, gym & also a restaurant. Each space has been designed for interiors as per its functionality.
Evoking an Indian ethos, at the entrance, the traditional tree of life pattern is crafted in laser-cut jaali. Amalgamating this with a more contemporary notion of arts and crafts, a customized 3-D artwork offsets the entry space.
The restaurant has been designed keeping in mind the multi-purpose use of the space as it could be also used for banqueting. The conference room is more formal, with the furniture being flexible for multiple types of arrangements.
The interiors of the rooms are designed to be reminiscent of home styling, Each room is brightly done up with high ceilings and large windows that bring in ample daylight; augmenting warmth and character. The interior design of all spaces is to create a home away from home with simple designs keeping functionality and home style as the key.