Renowned architect Alfaz Miller was enlisted to create a unique kind of DNA for Anya’s façade— a structure that is crescent-shaped rather than linear. Since the building lot was long and narrow, Miller’s idea for an eye-shaped design stood out from other proposals. Thanks to its sleek, curvy shape, each room differs in size and form. In deference to the surrounding buildings, a sandy palette was chosen for the exteriors.
THE MAGIC OF HUES
The rooms mix Italian marble, warm wooden floors, and accents of plush silk for a contemporary look with local influences. The open-plan space allows for the marbled bathrooms to be discreetly screened off.
Rani pink, indigo blue, marigold orange, eggplant purple—all strong colors associated with Indian culture—are found on the bedspreads, while artichoke-shaped chandeliers and Flos lamps can be dimmed to control the sensuous mood.