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Photos by The Fishy Project

Right next to a cow shed, in Surat, India, you would never expect to find an incredibly polished looking and minimalistic mansion. Yet, The Sarpanch House lies right next to a cow shed, and it looks awesome.

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Photos by The Fishy Project

The house is conceived all around a staircase connecting the two stories of the building. The panels of the stairs serve as a decorating element when they come into contact with light, generating a grandiose game of shadows scattering all over the minimalistic and modern furnishings of the house.

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Photos by The Fishy Project
Photos by <a href="http://thefishyproject.com">The Fishy Project</a>
Photos by The Fishy Project

The element of the panels is a recurring pattern, revisited in different settings such as the ceiling window above the shower, or the exquisite vertical divider keeping a second wooden staricase apart from the turquoise-toned conversation area.

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Photos by The Fishy Project

Not one, not two, but a third staircase on the outside, a spiral, catches the attention of the guests coming in through the main entrance and accompanies them as it is still seeable when in the living room.

 

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Photos by The Fishy Project

The central courtyard is another core of the house, presenting lush greenery and smooth pebbles on the floor. From here you can have access to the second story where bedrooms with rustic and warm colours await you along with their on-suite bathrooms and patios for a private and intimate break.