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The Bandra House on Pali Hill from Studio Mumbai

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This stair leads you down from street level into a sophisticated and cultured home with a smoky air of mystery in the city of Bandra in Maharashtra, India, by Studio Mumbai.

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Light, reflected off the deep wood tones of the landing deck up onto the subtly pigmented plaster, creates shadows with a twilight hue of lavenders and ivy greens.

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The entrance descends into private space, but opens out once more onto a broad vista across the city.

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Studio Mumbai’s trademark artisanal pigmented lime plaster walls softly absorb light which is reflected in the milky glass.

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Similarly, a polished limestone floor gently brings the landscape deep into the interiors, reflecting the Pali Hill public park outside.

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This is a house that offers a measure of peace and tranquil privacy, through the many layers of glass, wooden screens, planted trellises, and reflected views, though set in a busy urban environment.

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A double height outdoor living space gives the sense of soaring space that cleverly belies the tight urban environment.

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The house is discovered gradually through staircases descending through a sophisticated series of spaces.

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All of the architectural woodworking is crafted in-house – as with all of Studio Mumbai’s very artisanal approach to architecture. The latticework banisters, the wooden paneled library seen here.

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Deeply private, yet open and airy, it is a sensuously beautiful urban dwelling, that’s gradually unveiled.

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