LUV Architecture have designed the interior of an apartment inside a building that was originally built between 1771 and 1778 by the East India Company as a warehouse to store goods imported from Asia.
Recently, a jeweller commissioned LUV Architecture & Design, to create a space that would be his apartment and showroom.
The apartment has been designed to have an open-floor plan, with the living area, showroom, dining and kitchen all visible to each other.
Behind the sofa, there is a long cabinet with a glass top that displays the jewellery items.
A close-up look at the glass-topped display case.
The wooden ceilings and metal columns have been kept to respect the original industrial past of this 200 year old building.
The kitchen is home to a large island, with bar seating, a small sink, and cooktop.
The appliances have been kept together to create a wall of stainless steel.
The apartment also has 2 bedrooms. This is the first bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.
The second bedroom has a neutral palette, with your eye drawn to the graphic rug.
The apartment also has a walk-in wardrobe, with each shelf lit up to nicely display the apparel within.