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Elegance meets eclectic, Ritu Gupta

Ritu Gupta

While designing, building and crafting the interiors of this two-storey villa, the overriding aim was to weave a unique aesthetic narrative that sets it apart, both visually and experientially. From the exteriors to the interiors, every element was thought out with care to create an expression of elegant luxury and sophistication, grounded in the natural materials used. 

Designed by Ritu Gupta of Nadora Homes, the modern majesty of the exterior commands attention and curiosity amid the busy urban scape of East Delhi. The imposing facade emerges as a statement of style, creativity and luxury. A triple-height glass elevation offers a peek into the splendid interiors, further stirring the interest of onlookers.  


A bold floral pattern mosaic feature wall in one of the bathrooms forms a stunning decorative element.

The facade exudes a chic earthy, yet sophisticated appeal. It is a symphony of corten steel, textured paint, concrete-finished tiles, luna wood and glass. The concrete-finished tiles impart a refined look that stays fresh through the seasons, while a cantilevered projection in mild steel (MS) structure offers visual interest. 

Diverse styles 

The interiors traverse diverse styles and genres of design. The concept evolved out of Gupta’s philosophy to offer luxury living that is a glorious treat to all the senses. Natural light flooding every corner of the wonderful volumes of the villa brings a palpable vitality.  

Modern aesthetics are made timeless, with the use of classical materials in combination with the latest ones. Arresting multi-materiality, and its layered application, is truly the highlight of the interiors. A hint of glamour added to the mix keeps the spaces feeling forever young and vibrant. This combined with world-class amenities and comforts deliver a firm foundation on which nuanced details have been customised, as per the needs and aspirations of each member of the family inhabiting the home.  

A predominantly natural palette brings out the opulence of the high-quality natural stones. Michelangelo, Newton grey, JSL stones, rich wood tones, fine veneers, luscious textiles, metals, glass and luxury wallpapers fill the environment with rich textures. Carefully selected jewel tones in the form of textiles, wall details and artworks impart the right dose of accent notes. 

Carefully customised, the bedrooms demonstrate personalisation and character.

Feature elements 

The property has several strikingly bold features: 

Interior layout 

Each space boasts a distinctive material and colour palette. Borne out of the specific needs of the end user, these result in unique ambiences that are tied together with a harmonious thread. 

A warm and welcoming sitting area at the entrance is filled with the freshness of plants, while giving a hint of the luxe interiors. In the living spaces, beautifully panelled walls and ceilings create luxuriously intimate environments. Sumptuous seating segments have been curated to exude a high sense of style, as well as conviviality and comfort.  

The facade is a symphony of materials, including a triple-height glass elevation.

Carefully customised, the bedrooms demonstrate personalisation and character. A mix of materials such as lacquered glass, veneers, bespoke wallpapers and classical mouldings radiate exquisite detail. The master bedroom balcony has cozy corners and sitting areas for reading or for enjoying a cup of coffee. 

Designed to aid a feeling of relaxation and rejuvenation, the bathrooms showcase quiet elegance. A bold floral pattern mosaic feature wall in one of the bathrooms forms a stunning decorative element. 

Bold and mellow, dazzling and subtle. A disparate mix of themes is balanced in such a way that the resultant luxury embraces with a warm hug and gently elevates the mood, delivering a feeling of being at home. 


Project details 

Project name: 139 Surya Niketan. 

Property: An independent villa spread over three levels. 

Location: East Delhi, India. 

Area: 4 822,81 square feet (± 448m²). 

Design firm: Nadora Homes. 


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