A quaint bungalow designed for an artist family, comprises two identical homes on either side, with their studios in the center. The home acts as a perfect canvas for the treasured artefacts and pieces collected and curated by the owners. Louvered doors from a flea market in Mumbai, furniture from Goa, Bali and Hampi form an interesting mix.
There’s an unmistakable reference to Portuguese-Goan architecture. It’s a courtyard house that’s also reminiscent of the traditional architecture of Kerala.