A Villa Set Amidst Rolling Hills
Set on a couple of pristine acres smack in the midst of Rehana’s rolling hills sits this beautiful mediterranean bungalow. The house was designed such as the beautiful leafy terrain was the focal point from every window.
We significantly focused on ‘terrain-to-construction’ concept with as much natural stone made part of the project as possible. Windows were angled to absorb breathtaking sunsets and create an eerie pattern of light indoors. The terraced gardens dotting the property on various levels pour charm reminiscent of the dreamy tuscan country side.
Sprawling penthouse in Diplomatic Enclave
The hues of dove grey walls, cream floors and charcoal doors with gilded panels has uplifted a dated space to modern day glory. One of our favourite interior architecture projects, this joyous 8,000 square foot space has a 360 degree terrace with views ranging from Margalla hills to Rawal dam. Layout features like a separate servant staircase, ground to ceiling bathroom windows and an outdoor barbecue area add extra oomph to the space.
A newly constructed Mediterranean Villa’s Interior Development
Mediterranean Villa Interior Design – This gorgeous two storey villa is set in a newly developed sector of Islamabad with stunning views of the Margallas all around. Built in the classic Mediterranean manner, it’s ornate Italianate styling belies the surprising modernity of its layout. Hand finished fireplaces, hues of honeydew, hand-painted wallpaper and stately eight feet mahogany doors are some of its features. Keep following to get a glimpse into its dreamy Kashan carpets, hand embroidered silk curtains and Chippendale inspired furniture.
Construction Consultancy at Uch Power Pvt Ltd’s
Head Office Re location.
We were the main construction consultants for Uch Power (pvt) Ltd’s new office, spread over 16,000 square feet.
The stakes in such projects are always high, and we rose to the challenge. The entire process of design analysis, BOQ development and competitive bidding amongst contractors was a learning journey which further strengthened our concept of construction.
Our contribution to this entire process began with our analysis of the design under a critical lens which led to reduction of Bill Of Quantities by PKR Ten Million. It was reduced despite maintaining unerring standards of quality within closely calculated price brackets.
Working in conjunction with top notch architects and contractors our company was involved in floating two rounds of tenders to select the most feasible contractor both in terms of quality assurance and budget constraints.
The results of our dedicated management, vigilant eye and efficient reporting are evident in the quality of construction and time management.
An exhibition of contemporary furniture in collaboration with Satrang Gallery, Serena Hotel.
I first came across the concept of monochrome art back in 2013, while reading an article on legendary Yves Klein and his monochrome installations in Paris decades ago. I was already soaked into the beautiful wheat fields that I was being driven through when I came across the words “All colors arouse ideas”……… it was these words that sowed the idea for this exhibition.
I have depicted Pakistan’s magnificent landscapes in my furniture using a monochrome palette of a limited number of shades. I wanted to focus on values of one color. I chose a grayscale which to me arouses melancholy – despair and sadness that arises thinking of the heart rending image of beloved Pakistan that personifies us as a nation. Ironically all these negative connotations exist in the face of a proud cultural past, natural abundance, great craft and a hardworking people.
Even though muted in a grayscale, every piece speaks volumes of the beauty that is this country and the potential that this nation holds.
Conceptualizing these pieces I kept in mind that I wanted to focus on an artistic endeavor that always shines through. Every person involved in bringing this item to you has left a little bit of his spirit in each creation.
To a brighter and prosperous Pakistan!
A fisherman in Arabian Sea
Blood and Sweat of a brick kiln labor
Glory of a wheatfield
Waiting to be discovered
The client’s expectations were high owing to the fact that he runs Islamabad’s most famous Dessert Patisserie; Burning Brownie.
The Warehouse was his passion diversifying into savory items and he wanted it to be at par with the perfection that is associated with him.
The fact that an appealing interior plays a significant role in making a place successful was always on Team MM’s mind. We wanted to do something that wasn’t available in the city, hence we opted to create something extremely raw and industrial which would be in line with the space’s image of being a very chic bistro.
From furniture to lighting and from the bathroom vanity to the paint color; everything was custom made and envisaged in our own workshop. The tremendous effort put into this project made it a delightful four month journey.
It gives us great pleasure to see that the place is great success with excellent reviews generating across the media.