A well-located apartment on the 25th floor, with endless views of the city and its coastline, was designed in a minimalist style to make the most of the space and the spectacular views. Choosing bold and dramatic colours, sourcing uniquely curated items from Mumbai, Bali and Paris and customizing pieces of furniture add to the sense of scale. These included a beautiful travertine table made from a single piece of stone from an art dealer in Paris, a seat for the living room made from a single piece of wood from a giant buttress tree in Bali, and a dining table, fashioned from a single piece of glass, that is embedded into the wall. The furniture is sourced from Italy, crockery, cutlery and objetsd'art from from Paris and Mumbai. Old circus mirrors with eel skin frames and a washbasin as a single ceramic stand are amongst the many interesting artifacts that add charm.

Architect | Nozer Wadia