Nupur Magdum Eclectic Indian Penthouse
Eclectic Indian Penthouse is Iron Design Award winner in 2014 - 2015 Interior Space and Exhibition Design Award Category.
Eclectic Indian Penthouse

The aim was a home that was a warm & lived-in, not contrived or artificial . A residence, luxurious not flashy or ostentatious.It’s roots very Indian,but still chic. A juxtaposition of heirlooms, artifacts and furniture, collected over time. The use of wood and rustic finishes, flooring, minimal use of glass and no steel , enhanced the effect .The Sun,the Wind, the Trees , are one with the indoors ,maximizing the elements and views . also illustrated by way of a 35 ft. high painting by hand on the staircase wall , the concept of which is derived from the "Tree of Life".

Eclectic Indian  Penthouse
Nupur Magdum Eclectic Indian
Nupur Magdum Penthouse
Nupur Magdum design
Nupur Magdum design
Nupur Magdum

” Sernya Spaces” was formed by Arch. Nupur Magdum .. in 2007, at Kolhapur , Maharashtra ,India, with the goal of providing imaginative architectural and interior solutions within the economic and developmental constraints of all clients . The company name is derived from an auspicious Buddhist Symbol “ SERNYA “, which signifies resurrection of eternal life, rebirth etc. The golden fish symbolizes the auspiciousness of all living beings in a state of fearlessness, without danger of drowning , migrating from place to place freely and spontaneously, They may also be taken to symbolize the eye of perception as fish can see through muddy water. Our firm's ethos is linked to all of the above traits … we aim to create spaces that stimulate all the senses , are eclectic and aspire for a certain earthiness and connect with all that’s natural .We aim to explore lesser known territories and push the envelope further each and every time .Our design reflex is peculiar to each project and its inherent constraints and trying to turn them around to characterize our design .. Our process extensively involves employees, consultants and clients . Thankfully for this project the client was the designer herself so the gap in communication or practical and aesthetic needs was non existent .