Mr. Mohanan, Sulthan Bathery

Project description

Colonial Revival Elegance: ARCHMOJO's 4BHK Residential Design in Sulthan Bathery, Wayanad

Prepare to be captivated by ARCHMOJO's latest residential design project, a colonial-inspired masterpiece for Mr. Mohanan in Sulthan Bathery, Wayanad. This single-story 4BHK residence is a harmonious blend of classic colonial style and architectural innovation, with a unique challenge - merging the new structure with the existing house while preserving its old-world charm.

Project Overview

Location: Sulthan Bathery, Wayanad, Kerala, India
Project Type: Residential Design

Design Elements that Define Excellence

  1. Colonial Elegance: The design pays homage to colonial architecture, with a symmetrical façade, gabled roof, and a white-washed exterior that exudes timeless elegance.

  2. Seamless Integration: The challenge of attaching the old house to the new one was met with architectural finesse. The central well, now the heart of the home, became a focal point that binds the structures together.

  3. Architectural Continuity: The old building underwent a transformation, preserving its essence while adopting the colonial style of the new structure. Minimal demolition ensured a seamless transition, making it feel like a single, cohesive residence.

  4. Modern Comforts: Inside, modern amenities seamlessly blend with colonial aesthetics. Expansive windows embrace natural light, while the interiors feature a neutral color palette and vintage-inspired furnishings.

Colonial Charm Meets Modern Living

This project beautifully marries the grace of colonial revival architecture with the convenience of contemporary living. It's a testament to architectural innovation in preserving the past while embracing the future.

 ARCHMOJO's colonial-inspired residential design for Mr. Mohanan's 4BHK in Sulthan Bathery, Wayanad, is a fusion of architectural brilliance and the preservation of heritage. It transforms an old house into a colonial-style masterpiece, showcasing the power of architectural continuity.


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