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Living with the Art!

June 13, 2022

Mrinmoy Dey

The kitchen in the arthouse, designed by Monica Khosla Bhargava reflects the overall design philosophy of ‘standing out while not being in the face’. The zoning and intelligent placement of cabinets and appliances increases the efficiency and the overall functionality of the space, reckons Mrinmoy Dey


A contemporary design sensibility with muted colours and seamlessly integrating pieces of the art collection in the design is what stands out in a residential project at Salt Lake City in Kolkata, designed by Kolkata-based architectural firm Kham Consultants, headed by Monica Khosla Bhargava. The project exemplifies the firm’s design philosophy – a house is a reflection of its people and their personalities.


The place is designed for a multigenerational family which shares a close bond where they intermingle and eat together. “In fact, the members of the family are so close to each other, that they haven’t segregated a floor for each nuclear family. Their bedrooms have been intentionally distributed such that a child may have his room adjacent to that of an uncle and aunt, while his parents are on another floor altogether,” informs Monica while briefing the client profile.

A contemporary design sensibility with muted colours and seamlessly integrating pieces of art collection.  Photo Courtesy:  Kham Consultants