Abstract And Curvy Design Elements Give An Artistic Touch To This Home in Gurugram | J+AM Storey

Jaanshi & Amit Bhatia of J+AM Storey have designed an opulent and tranquil abode in Gurugram. The house is dubbed ‘Catenary’ which translates to the curve made by a flexible cord, suspended freely between two fixed points. Hence, the name sets the tone of this house which is surrounded by soft curves from ceiling to walls and artefacts at every corner . The space crafts a visual delight and manifest’s-with a curvilinear design. They have shared more details of the project with SURFACES REPORTER (SR). Take a look:


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Lavishness Right From The Entrance 

The house symbolises a pure style of opulence right at the entrance. The bold black striped flooring on white marble welcomes at the entry and leads to the rest of the house. The abstract figure of a lady in brass and mirror in the dining area and the composition of artwork on the living room wall are the showstoppers of the Catenary house. 

Luxury Meets Nature in The Master Bedroom

Following the design thread of the tropics, the wallpaper in the master bedroom blends harmoniously with the nature inspired theme.

While minimalism binds the space, orchestrating an unusual and artistic character in the space. A nuanced creation of elements all work together with seamless cohesion.

An Artistic Experience

There is an air of subdued elegance in the house. It celebrates a relationship between whites and shades of grey keeping the material pallet neutral and minimal. Sunlight sweeps every corner filtering an ambient glow and highlighting textural nuances. 

The choice of light-coloured upholstery and furniture in the house alters the perception of the space. Driven by creativity in design, every zone features a characteristic hue, affording an instant visual identity. 

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Sleek silhouettes of pendant lights with metallic finishes grace the design, concocting a hint of contemporary luxury. A smattering of curious and personal artefacts around the house add a dash of aesthetics. 

Peppered with playful interiors and precisions, the house provides an overall unbound artistic experience.

Project Details

Name of project: Catenary House
Project type: Residential
Location: Gurugram
Area: 2200 sqft
Year: 2022
Design Firm: J+AM Storey
Principal Architects: Jaanshi & Amit Bhatia
Photographer:  Bharat Aggarwal

About the Firm

J+AM Storey is a multidisciplinary design practice based out of New Delhi, led by Architects Amit Bhatia and Jaanshi Bhatia. Their pallet of work covers a variety of commercial, residential and office projects. Team J+AM incorporates a pool of talented architects, skilled site supervisors, interior designers who practice comprehensive design and are committed to producing innovative works. Good stories make good experiences and that is what they focus on, weave a story that makes a good user experience. Architecture is all about the connection with nature and a good play of space, materials, light and shadows with a glorified touch of geometry and the right proportions. The firm believes that stories have the power to make a change, they build storeys that become amazing stories.  

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