A sneak peek into Ar. Manjeet Bullar’s residence located on the Golf Course Road, Gurgaon, which makes one walk down the memory lane with its historical, aspirational and culturally influenced design that spells class and pure luxury.
‘Home is a reflection of one’s personality’ is an adage that holds true for Ar. Manjeet Bullar’s home. Conceptualised and renovated by design studios – Arteform Designs and Manjeet Bullar Design, this expansive space of 7,500 sq. ft. echoes collected imagery and memory which keeps aspiration, art, history and culture alive.
This lavishly designed house has been made by incorporating natural materials, in forms of space design, comfort, safety and light. The use of everlasting materials like Burma teak and Bottacino marble all around the house and use of timber and granite in the kitchen lifts the quality of design. Besides, the stairway which runs through the house acts as a central source of light.
All the artefacts used in various section of the house are sourced from the designer’s private collection, and is constantly changed to match the current mood and scheme of the house. On the other hand, the furniture are self-designed and manufactured as per the theme and concept set by the designer for various rooms.
The design of the lively drawing room welcomes the guest and clients with purple sumptuous sofa surrounded by vines, flowers and other motifs in both Indian and European ornamentation along with the Raku pottery and lattice table lamps which spells comfort, elegance and history.
The Master bedroom, Studio and the Hunting lodge are the key highlights of the project. Based on the theme of ‘Dhan-a-Lakshmi’, the master bedroom is designed in a way where the moving sunlight fills the room with colour, peace, hope and abundance. Besides, Bullar’s favourite room – the Hunting lodge traps all his army memories and seeks inspiration from all that is vintage and forgotten.
Besides, the uniquely designed Bullar’s Studio includes a red table along with black art frame – which is inspired by Le Corbusier’s ‘Tower of Shadows’ in Chandigarh. The shadows cast on the table pays homage to Le Corbusier work.
In short, the overall design of Bullar’s residence exudes luxury and comfort which is effectively blended with the theme of art, history and culture.