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Suite 601, 6th Flr, Zafryn Chamber, Oil Depot Rd, Sewri E, Mumbai, MH, 400015

India

+91 9820146139

MuseLAB is an end-to-end design studio; offering a bespoke and leading-edge approach to design. With a precise focus on unique and highly customized environments, interiors and furniture. In 2012 partners Huzefa Rangwala and Jasem Pirani founded the studio built upon their shared passion for design. Each space and or product embodies integrity and is created with the same care, skill and attention to detail.

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Mandala

Sometimes all a house needs are some gestures to transform it into a home. This three bedroom apartment designed for a couple and their two daughters in Mumbai does just that. We came up with a proposal to create a large and fluid living space taking advantage of the natural lighting conditions and recreating spaces, by eliminating the solid kitchen partitions and uniting the kitchen, living and dining environments.

In the main living space, the dining and living furniture has been placed almost centrally with the walnut and birch ply dining bench resting against the back of the tan leather sofa. A cement sheet panelled wall with a walnut wood topped bar unit forms the backdrop to the dining space. An open kitchen features vintage style tile work with bright white composite counter tops and a leather finish Himalayan stone breakfast counter. The kitchen features dark grey hued cabinets below with walnut textured cabinets above. A visually lighter floating cabinet is placed  above the kitchen island clad in fluted glass marrying the old and the new. In this dynamic living, dining and kitchen space contemporary metal framework leather sofas contrast with the terrazzo topped side tables and walnut wood framed arm chair and glass top coffee table. The play and dialogue between the yellow toned birch ply and chocolate hued walnut wood throughout the apartment is vivid. A live edge east Indian walnut dining table with brass accents, ash wood chairs and terracotta lights with brass rings commands attention. Decorative elements and indoor plants help create that perfect sense of cultured mess.

The transition into the private spaces or bedrooms is marked by the cement sheet panelled wall with concealed door frames. In the guest bedroom a custom designed sofa bed with walnut wood gives the flexibility of using the space as a den or a study. It is complimented with a walnut wood wardrobe and desk with clever detailing that is both contemporary and traditional. The play of materials continues in the master bedroom as well. Here a perforated birch ply headboard is held within a walnut wood frame. The contrasting birch ply wardrobe with fluted glass shutters create a sense of light and shadow play. A shallow but long desk topped in a peach-hued terrazzo sits across the bed. In the children's bedroom custom designed twin beds take centre stage with simple geometric forms.

Rendered in a natural colour palette the light, textures and play of birch ply, walnut wood and contrasting materials create an inviting atmosphere; a home that feels both vintage and new. 

Sometimes all a house needs are some gestures to transform it into a home. This three bedroom apartment designed for a couple and their two daughters in Mumbai does just that. We came up with a proposal to create a large and fluid living space taking advantage of the natural lighting conditions and recreating spaces, by eliminating the solid kitchen partitions and uniting the kitchen, living and dining environments.

In the main living space, the dining and living furniture has been placed almost centrally with the walnut and birch ply dining bench resting against the back of the tan leather sofa. A cement sheet panelled wall with a walnut wood topped bar unit forms the backdrop to the dining space. An open kitchen features vintage style tile work with bright white composite counter tops and a leather finish Himalayan stone breakfast counter. The kitchen features dark grey hued cabinets below with walnut textured cabinets above. A visually lighter floating cabinet is placed  above the kitchen island clad in fluted glass marrying the old and the new. In this dynamic living, dining and kitchen space contemporary metal framework leather sofas contrast with the terrazzo topped side tables and walnut wood framed arm chair and glass top coffee table. The play and dialogue between the yellow toned birch ply and chocolate hued walnut wood throughout the apartment is vivid. A live edge east Indian walnut dining table with brass accents, ash wood chairs and terracotta lights with brass rings commands attention. Decorative elements and indoor plants help create that perfect sense of cultured mess.

The transition into the private spaces or bedrooms is marked by the cement sheet panelled wall with concealed door frames. In the guest bedroom a custom designed sofa bed with walnut wood gives the flexibility of using the space as a den or a study. It is complimented with a walnut wood wardrobe and desk with clever detailing that is both contemporary and traditional. The play of materials continues in the master bedroom as well. Here a perforated birch ply headboard is held within a walnut wood frame. The contrasting birch ply wardrobe with fluted glass shutters create a sense of light and shadow play. A shallow but long desk topped in a peach-hued terrazzo sits across the bed. In the children's bedroom custom designed twin beds take centre stage with simple geometric forms.

Rendered in a natural colour palette the light, textures and play of birch ply, walnut wood and contrasting materials create an inviting atmosphere; a home that feels both vintage and new. 

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