Luxury Apartment facing the Queen’s Necklace

Among ZZ Architect’s vast and admirable portfolio there’s a project that stands out: a decadent seaside 3500 square feet apartment with marvellous views that features Maison Valentina as one has never seen it before.

Regarded as one of India’s leading architecture and interior design studios, ZZ Architects, founded by Architects Krupa Zubin and Zubin Zainuddin, have provided extremely high-end and bespoke architectural and interior design services to its clients, always personalizing their experience according to the client’s lifestyle requirements.

In this is a unique sea facing apartment with a spectacular view of the famed Mumbai ‘Queens Necklace’ coast, a bespoke Manooi chandelier, a VOILE D cluster got place in the master bedroom.

VOILE D in a luxury apartment, Manooi Crystal Chandeliers

The VOILE D is a special version of our VOILE crystal chandelier, made of brass chain. Its harmonious shape  reminds us of the waves of the ocean or the sea. With its LED light source, it is the focal point of the interior.

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The Master Bedroom

The view has been strategically considered while creating the luxurious master bedroom. Notice the defragmentation of the typical bathroom layout by positioning the shower cubicle as a cast glass finished enclosure almost in the middle of the space. The main master bed from ‘Roberto Cavalli’ takes centre stage and is aligned perfectly to reveal a stunning view of the sea and the skyline across. Every individual piece of activity is planned in the master bedroom suite keeping in mind an experience and comfort oriented point of view.

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This typical four bedroom apartment has been totally redesigned to ensure that the space feels like a flowing volume. The elegant contrast of material finishes and their emotive response as one traverses through the space is what completes the home.

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Location of the project – Walkeshwar, Mumbai
Area – 3500 sq.ft.
Unique Features of the Project