Breaking The Monotony

 The design of The Public House Café in Bhopal by Ar. Akshay Selukar, H&A Consultants, symbolizes energy and evolution with its fusion of traditional building materials like brick, timber and stone with the modern composite metal and glass

Breaking The Monotony

The ceiling lights, when reflected and diffused, form a continuous architectural gesture and are completely intertwined into the structure, offering new interpretations from radiant and graphic to dynamic
Akshay-Selukar

Our design efforts were to ensure a different style and plan to avoid monotony. Advanced technology was applied to obtain the best results and minimize cost and time


Ar. Akshay Selukar, H&A Consultants

Breaking The Monotony

The entrance is an idiosyncratic idea with its wall of funny faces and graphics. Furnished with a seating place just beside the doorway, people can enjoy the view of the ‘selfie’ wall, while a glass wall brings the surrounding landscape into the adjoining space

Breaking The Monotony

The dining area with its wall painted with brightly coloured flowers and a book shelf

Breaking The Monotony

The grid of black-painted and upcycled steel bars is a significant design feature

Breaking The Monotony

The visual integration between the inside and outside with extensive use of glass, framed by anodized aluminum architraves within sliding doors. The art work installed helps break the monotony of the concrete frame
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