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We have worked alongside the client’s Architects and Project Manager taking their valuable inputs from time to time to design the interiors with a Very Victorian look and fee. We had worked closely with a number of professionals from the fields of MEP services, Speciality Kitchens, etc, to overcome the many challenges specific to the services front. In many ways, it is a continuation of our design from The Mayfair, Bhubaneswar.


The ground floor has separate access and drops off for the pre-function area connected to the function area for gatherings and the buffet is serviced directly from the kitchen and banquet stores. Adjacent to this is another mini-conference hall with conveniently placed restroom facilities. These can be accessed by the guests directly from the hotel lobby.

A loading bay for the services is also provided for at this point. The service elevators and staircases connect the kitchen to all the floors from the back.



The Inspiration to the double-height Banquet Hall is drawn from the Ballrooms of the Palaces and the Ceilings from the Majestic Cathedrals in Europe. The ceiling is designed to appear like a tapestry of a cloudy sky panning across geometrically and highlighted by gold-leafed cornices.

The Wall Panels are to be cladded with Crema Marfil and Rosso Verona Marble. Beveled mirror panels along the walls are to give a sense of depth as they reflect the space.

The Sculpted and Painted Arched Panels are a feature by themselves for this banquet hall.

The major part art of the flooring is to be carpet which not only looks rich and cozy but is also acoustical. The banquet hall floor is to be bordered all around by crema Marfil marble for trolley movement during service for gatherings.


The Double Height Pre-Function area is also large and marks the arrival and entry to the banquet. This too follows a similar language as the banquet hall. The basic Flooring is Crema Marfil marble with dark and light Emperador Marble Inlay. The Wall Panels are to be Cladded with Crema Marfil and Rosso Verona Marble.


This is the main Reception that has been visualized to look like The Great room from the Residences of European Royalty. The 3D intent of these interiors is a response to the visualization.

The All-Day Dining and Coffeeshop is to be an extension of the lobby as is the norm in the hotel industry. The coffee shop has a large live display kitchen and a feature buffet counter.

The Business Center and Retail Units can be accessed from the elevator corridor.


Schematic sketch of the double-height Lobby:

The sketch shows the intent of creating a dominated ceiling which is the highlight of the space supported by the ornate columns and wall panels.

The focus here is on a central fireplace with an articulated painting. Like in the rest of the public areas, the base flooring is crema Marfil with dark and light Emperador inlay. A large oversized throw rug featured in the center of the lobby seating is to add warmth. The Fireplace featured below the Beveled Mirror Paneling at the central axis is an element reminiscent of Royalty.

The ceiling with intricate beadings and cornices in gold leaf is another highlight in this room. Also featured in the center is a glass panel with brass supports in geometrical circular pattern supporting three large chandeliers enhancing the rich look.


This floor is house to the Health Club, Bar and a Speciality Restaurant with a Private Dining Room.

The Health Club with an attached Gymnasium is hosted by a reception at the entrance and supported by a Health Café beside the Deck and Swimming Pool. Adjacent to the health club is a Unisex Saloon and the Massage Rooms are tucked away discreetly behind the reception.


The Speciality Restaurant is designed with Mirror and Wooden Fretwork Panels to add depth to the otherwise compact Dining area. The Cove Ceiling is marked by a geometrical pattern following the fretwork on the wall.

A celebratory mood is inbuilt and integrated because of the ceiling design incorporated in fabric with a central Chandelier. A large Throw rug on the floor, in an ornate geometric pattern, is added to create the right ambiance.


The Bar is designed to Infuse Yesteryears Classicism into Modern-day Style quotient and Functionality.

The Wood and Veneer combined Ceiling and the Hardwood flooring accords a richness and texture typical of an English Bar. The front of the Bar counter is paneled in Leather and Wood with a Marble top. The Bar Is defined by two leather-clad columns on either side that is rich and imposing at the same time.

The Service counter at the back with the mirror-clad backdrop is fitted with self-lit glass shelves. The Television is to be mounted over the wooden panel behind the bar. The Chassis in front of the bar is to bring in a view of the outside to the inside.


The Guest Rooms are laid out on the Periphery of the building with the Central Core consisting of Elevators for Guests, Service Elevators, Service Shafts and rooms for Housekeeping and Attendants.


The Bathroom is designed to give a sense of warmth, coziness, and comfort.

The Metal trim and Marble Moulding segregate the Wallpaper on the top and the marble Dado at the bottom which flows along the floor line.

The Vanity Unit with Mirror and Wall Light Fixture and all the Artifacts are Designed and positioned to Resonate the Richness and Warmth and continue the Design Theme of the entire interiors of the hotel in general.



Luxury here is Not a Concept, it is translated into fine aspects and details with a lot of thought on how the guest perceives and relates to the surroundings and ambiance. The Study area is designed atypical of an English Library and Office Room with a Heavy Desk and Visitors chairs.

A Finely Detailed Moulding in Petal Pattern runs through the room and a Curved False Ceiling Borders the Edges washed with Cove-lighting from the top.

The Paintings featured in the intent are to capture the Local Essence and Flavour of Calcutta during the hay days of the British colonial Era.


The Entrance to the Guest Room is Wooden paneled and set inside slightly. A coved false ceiling with a chandelier in the center highlights this space.

The Flooring is done with a Border of Crema Marfil and the central area is carpeted so as to dull the sound of footsteps that may disturb the other guests.


The Club is designed to be Exclusive and the access is restricted.

The Entrance to the Club Lobby is fitted with a Hostess Desk and the Club Lounge is on the right guided by a Colonnaded Path.

The Presidential suite is situated on the Larger Central Bay and all the Suites are lined behind the elevator lobby.

The Club Lounge is provided with a Separate Service Entry for discretion and privacy to the Guests at The Club and avoid disturbance to Other Guests.


The Colonnaded entry to the Club Lounge is also marked with Niches encasing Bold Sculpture Busts on Carved Pedestals. The flooring pattern also defines the entry with inlays in subtle color variations.

The Cove Ceiling in Different Levels is bordered in Gold Leafed Cornices and an Accent Chandelier.



Large and Luxurious, The Suite has its own Private Dining and Living supported by a Pantry and Powder room.

The Sliding Stained Glass Door separates the Living Room and the Lavishly appointed Bedroom with an attached Spacious Bathroom. The entire Suite is nothing like the other guest rooms neither in design nor feel and is a Statement in itself.

The Paneled Walls, Hardwood Flooring in the Bedroom sets it apart and imparts a Luxurious Melody.


Flamboyant, Rich, Classy is the least that can be said about The Presidential Suite.

Hardwood Veniscot Floors in Herringbone pattern and Wooden Cornices are featured in this suite.

Gilded Mirror Panels and Brass Inlaid Wood, Victorian Style Carved Wooden Furniture add further to the Luxurious Sense that is manifested upon entry into these Chambers.


A Micro Brewery was planned on the terrace floor with the Idea of Brewing their own Beer and to have the Equipment and Process visible from the Bar. This Design was Conceptualized in Consultation with a Brewing Expert.

A Thematic Speciality Restaurant featuring northwest Frontier Menu with Outdoor Seating was also planned.

The  Service Shafts which would terminate on this floor would be Built into the Design and Concealed within the paneling in complete agreement with the General Theme of this floor.

We are honing our skills with every project….Steady progress we are happy with.