Prashant Chauhan A Blue Moon A Private Residence
A Blue Moon A Private Residence is Iron Design Award winner in 2019 - 2020 Interior Space and Exhibition Design Award Category.
A Blue Moon A Private Residence

The apartment smartly opens up into a large living space with visually connected lounge / library space where the larger than life moon print is installed. The yellow couch clearly demands attention in the subtle moodboard. The rest of the apartment is kept subtle and simple with low maintainance design. A global appeal to the space was an inspiration as the clients stayed in US and were well traveled. An Indian essence in this global space was desired.

A Blue Moon A Private Residence
Prashant Chauhan A Blue Moon
Prashant Chauhan A Private Residence
Prashant Chauhan design
Prashant Chauhan design
Prashant Chauhan

Dynamic and meticulous, Prashant Chauhan is a multifaceted designer. An architect by qualification, Prashant scales beyond the boundaries of architecture to explore other design disciplines. His belief ‘Design is Boundless’ forms the very core of his practice ZERO9, which effortlessly deals with projects in architecture, advertising, interior and exhibition design. His zest for innovation has won him recognition in the form of national and international design awards, features in reputed publications and a host of repeat clients. From picturesque bungalows to soulful interiors and from hi-tech exhibition spaces to stunning graphic designs, Prashant has a flair for it all. A strong believer in karma, Prashant enjoys sharing his thoughts with aspiring architects at Rizvi College of Architecture, where he began his quest for lifelong learning. An explorer by nature, Prashant also has a passion for travel, photography and technology. His curiosity towards scriptures and spirituality are largely responsible for his minimal and clutter-free approach to design. Prashant’s restless energy makes him push boundaries, accept challenges, and live up to his mantra ‘Celebrate Life’.


The clients stay in US and desired a global home with an indian accent. The glass wall brought in a very international feel to the space while the art and accessories make the space warm with an indian dash.