Hyderabads Captivating 4,500-Square-Foot Butterfly-Themed Lounge Bar | Ameet Mirpuri

Hyderabads Captivating 4,500-Square-Foot Butterfly-Themed Lounge Bar | Ameet Mirpuri

Situated in the heart of Hyderabad, Farasha, a 4,500-square-foot lounge bar designed by Ameet Mirpuri, boasts a vibrant color palette. They named it 'Farasha,' which means 'butterfly,' and the design is all about capturing the beauty of this delicate creature. The place is not just pretty; it's also super comfy with a touch of glamour. SURFACES REPORTER (SR) delves into the details of this beautiful bar with insights from the designer. Explore more in the feature below:

Design Inspiration

The design ingeniously translates different elements of a butterfly into captivating features.

From pendant lights inspired by its shapely body to antler-themed floor lamps that elegantly line the comfortable couches, and cocoon-shaped danglers hovering over the reception—every detail is meticulously crafted.

Colour Palette

A vibrant palette of maroon, orange, hot pink, emerald green, and deep blue brings the space to life, creating an unusual yet harmonious setting.

Tackling the challenge of height, a black rock wool ceiling and partially gold mirror strategically define the space.

Addressing Height Challenges

The project features an innovative use of a black rock wool ceiling and partially gold mirror to overcome the spatial challenge.

These design elements not only define the space but also add a layer of sophistication to the overall aesthetic.

Glamour Meets Comfort

Elegance merges seamlessly with comfort as sumptuous velvet fabrics grace the space, while a striking brass island bar takes center stage.

The bar exudes a chic and classy atmosphere with carefully placed brass accents on furniture and wall panels, creating a playful undertone that delights guests.

Project Details

Designer: Ameet Mirpuri
Photography: Raveen Garikipati
Location: Hyderabad
Area: 4,500 sqft

About the Designer

Born and raised in Visakhapatnam, Ameet was interested in design from a young age. After a Bachelors in Business Administration, he moved to Pune to study. Ameet chose Vizag as his ‘land of opportunity’ and small beginnings combined with hard work have led where the firm stands today. Design Studio with Its head office in Visakhapatnam, has built a brand that has done projects all over the country and now outside too! Hyderabad, Vijayawada, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Goa, Coimbatore and Siliguri are some of the cities he has worked in.

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