The elegance of the living room is complemented by an exquisite rococo throne; one of a suite of three in the room. Originally from Europe, the chairs were deaccessioned from a museum in Canada. Sue purchased the chairs from a French antiques dealer and brought in Artisan Restoration to restore the frames and gold leaf. Sue designed the gold metallic hand-embroidered fabric.
Steel shutters fold open to bring plenty of fresh air into this studio for Bangalore architecture firm BetweenSpaces, which is situated above the home of one of its founders
Penthouse apartment in India revamped by Studio Course to mimic a traditional veranda
The local studio, which is also based in Pune, aimed to transform the home's under-utilised top floor into an area similar to the veranda of a traditional Indian home – even though it is 12 storeys up.
Gallery of Traditional Indian Architecture Meets Contemporary Office Space in This Naturally-Lit Design by Studio Symbiosis - 1