An old house was demolished in order to build a modern house. The design was kept simple and not too flashy. The client wanted a house that would last through changing trends and ‘fashions’ of construction. This house with about 6000 sft. covered area is now constructed and is in the ‘interior designing phase’. Again, we are keeping it simple and not following modern trends blindly. Going in for strong sturdy Indian marble instead of the soft trendy Italian marble, so and so forth. We will updating the website with photos on project’s completion. Bal Krishan Dhiman: April 16th, 2014 Continue Reading
Interior Designers and Architects in Chandigarh
We conceptualize, design and execute a wide range of architectural and interior design projects for commercial buildings, office buildings, institutes, housing complexes, hospitals, farmhouses, residences and apartment interiors. We provide complete design solutions even for renovations and re-vamps.
We take up all types of architectural projects. Our architectural services include: Space planning, designing, complete architectural drawings, sanctioning, site planning, structural drawings, site supervision, landscape architecture and 3D views of elevations and interiors.
We provide design and turn-key solutions to wide range of interior projects: commercial, retail, residential, offices, restaurants etc. Whether it is contemporary, ethnic or Victorian style, with our creative team, we add the wow-effect in all our interior designs.
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Interiors for Jawed Habib Hair
CAPL was deputed to design the interiors of a upmarket beauty salon.A 2000 square feet showroom space in busy sector-35,Chandigarh market was converted in to a, first of its kind, posh boutique Jawed Habib Salon. The design challenge started from the layout, where so many separately functional spaces had to be fitted and connected in a column-beam hall. 2 Beauty rooms, 1 Spa room, 1 pedicure/manicure room, 1 office, 1 Jawed Habib academy, toilets (staff and clients separately), reception area and an open cafeteria, were all the spaces designed and connected through a flowing circulation space. Columns and beams were Continue Reading