Dive into world of seaside sophistication, where each detail is meticulously crafted to create an atmosphere of elegance and Tranquility.

Project Name- Makani On The Beach
Project Location – Anjuna, Goa
Project Size – 3500 Sq. ft
Architect / Designer – Ar. Rushab Munot.
Photographer credits – relicstudio

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Muted nude tones along with natural & earthy materials were used to bring in the warmth and coziness to the space. Colorful artworks, Cane Furniture’s &Patterned roof along with waves in ocean seta a vibe one cannot ignore.

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Truly a tropical Paradise, nestled on Anjuna beach, emerges as Captivating Boho themed restaurant inviting travelers into realm where architectural brilliance harmonizes with embrace of nature.

The articulated roof becomes the highlight of the project. MS Roof with pinewood soffit from inside further adds up to the experience of the project. And the cut down tree we used as bar hanging decorative.

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Without any measured drawings of the existing structure, the team had to adopt a hands-on approach, studying the structure, understanding the constraints, and accordingly devising interventions to accommodate the new programs while respecting the structural integrity of the built form. “This was our client’s dream project… he wanted to bring out a unique concept and experience to the people. He Also wanted the pure simplicity and functionality of the designs blending in with its surroundings and having a great connect with nature, and wanted those characteristics to reflect here,”

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The aim was to create more expansive spaces and interconnected indoor and semi-outdoor zones with a tropical flair. An earthy palette has been curated for the interiors, complementing the breezy aura that engulfs the spaces. “The furniture pieces were designed to be simple and sturdy, mostly in wood and wicker to merge in with the aesthetic of the space created the ceiling is also made full of wooden planks.


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