Hanwant Mahal Restaurant.
Designer's Perspective :-
As the exterior of this beautiful looking restaurant is very decent. But it is said that "Don't judge a book by its cover" same thinking applies here.
The staircase that goes to the restaurant and the rooftop dinning area is not so wide but its enough to give you that "Having Your Food in a Palace" kinda feeling.
The interior of the restaurant is in dark shade with minimal light.
"Maharaja Chair" is the thing that you see first when you enter here.
And the respect you get here by their staff is not less than a Maharaj.
For me that focal point was its Bright Red Lighted Chandelier.
The Bar, as you can see how can a simple design become more attractive by adding lights and the right choice of material.
The Balcony sitting, this place was designed with modern luxury console tables and big mirrors on the walls reflecting the windows.
Rajasthani architecture and design always makes our hearts go pitter patter. Especially when it is in a brilliant shade of green!⠀
"Colours of the zenana...⠀
Zenana (womens’ quarters) of an 18th century fort, somewhere in Rajasthan.⠀
Colour has always played a role in the culture of Hindostan. It is an integral part of all facets of life - social status, religion and celebration. In the subcontinent there is an instinctive and natural approach to colours - colours are ubiquitous and little escapes decoration.⠀
In these serene Zenana quarters of a fort in Rajasthan, the walls are a leaf green and are sharply contrasted by the multi -coloured glass (imported from Belgium in the 19th century) in the windows. Almost shocking in their intensity they enliven the cool interiors of the Zenana, a soothing refuge from the heat and dust of the Thar Desert outside. The 18th century lacquered bed in bright hues of red, yellow and green has its own stories to tell.”⠀
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