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Rustic Interiors for a Grand Retail Hub

White Ash (Showroom) was designed to be an escape from the stereotypical retail design stores. The challenge was to utilize the space to its fullest potential, parallelly exhibiting the exclusivity of every product/brand displayed.

Project Details:
White Ash (Shades Of Wood)
Size: 1985 Sqft
Location: Mumbai
Architects: 4th Dimension, Mumbai

www.4daindia.com

rustic interior

White Ash (Showroom) was designed to be an escape from the stereotypical retail design stores. The challenge was to utilize the space to its fullest potential, parallelly exhibiting the exclusivity of every product/brand displayed.

DESIGN AND ASTHETICS & MATERIALS

The concept was developed keeping into consideration the sole target to demonstrate the grandeur of a rustic interior, thus getting the aura of design and display together. The three zones have been carefully merged, thus weaving the materials on display. Every display panel has been designed unconventionally with every nook and corner of the retail hub customized and handcrafted right from handles , furnishings, ducts, panels, flooring, furniture’s adding to its exclusivity and glamour.

The Ac duct has been finished with strong rustic metallic texture adds drama. Rugged concrete flooring was taken as the base added with brass inlay in a free flow floral format. Exposed metal corrugated sheet in the ceiling has been finished with matt black paint.

rustic interiors

rustic interiors

Ar. Mihir Kotak & Ar. Rinki Kotak
4th Dimension, Mumbai

About 4th Dimension

4th Dimension was established by Mihir and Rinki Kotak in a 40 sqft office, which today has burgeoned into a sprawling 2000 sq foot office with staff of over 36. Their work together started with designing their own duplex living space, which went on to win the Indian Architect & Builder award for the Young Designer of the Year. 4th Dimension has lent its expertise to a variety of projects spanning scales, styles and typologies: from low-cost housing to private villas and so on.

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