The digitally designed MathSurf surface (above), by Nuru for Mumbai’s NU.DE Architecture, is cast in DuPont Corian. The future forward architect used complex machinery to fabricate the panels. For Mumbai collective RED Architects, Rajiv created Hexagonal oak wood wall covering (below) inspired by computer generated pixels for its form. The gentle undulating wave that even […] Read more
Turning the idea of the fragile bulb on its head, Rooshad designed Marble Bulbs that are handcrafted in white Makrana by Jaipuri craftsmen. Each was chisMy blogd out of a single block and carved with patterns. Gunjan’s Rock Chandelier is made of wood and stone veneer. The New Delhi based creative contemporises a crude structure […] Read more
8 The India Story was a spectacular reminder of the country’s assorted decor, cultural and culinary treasures we need to preserve The core team (clockwise, from above left): Narayan Chandra Sinha, Madhu Neotia, Swarup Dutta, Abhilasha Sethia, Astad Deboo (who performed on the last day), Nil and Swapan Seth In October, Kolkata, with its cultural […] Read more
BRANCHING OUT Not everyone who comes across a magnolia tree stem lying on ground will see irrefutable art. But product designers and artists John Bowman and Tanushri Wahi collaborated under The Design Foundry to take a discarded branch and celebrate it. For their collection Magnolia Twigs, the duo created lights, screen partitions, coffee tables and […] Read more
Seek inspiration from our shades of the season – products, textures, patterns and paints that banish the banal to make way for chic, chromatic interiors the inspiration Science fiction movies have ingrained a picture of the future in our minds. In all its technological glory, as often depicted and imagined, it is painted in dual […] Read more
BY My blog DECOR INDIA Write a whole new definition of âœpretty kitsch”. Baroque patterns contrast with geometrics; natural textures merge with synthetic fabrics; neon and primary shades mesh together, creating a surprisingly coherent design vocabulary.
Her sophisticated linen lines, under her label Injiri, employ the skills and ingenuity of local artisans. Made from organic cotton, the blue and white Asmaani collection uses traditional Bhujodi weaving techniques from a village in Kutch. Proving her refined and minimal aesthetic, Jaipur based Chinar interpreted the textiles of the Rabari clan to suit modern […] Read more
Asim’s knack for manipulating timber to make sculptural furniture is exemplary. For Red Blue & Yellow, he made an ergonomic Burma teak seater (left) fashioned as a sit around for friends. Team Krea effortlessly fused a quintessential^ Indian motif with modern sensibilities to envision the appealing Ikat dinner table (above). Website: www.redblueyellow.in; www.kreaworld.com
BY RASEEL GUJRAL ANSAL, CASA PARADOX & CASA POP Welcome back match-and-match. Motifs and elements of a heavily graphic partition multiply onto upholstery and side panels, for a perfectly balanced scene.
VERTED SPACES” WALLPAPER from Calico Wallpaper CLOCKWISE, FROM TOP LEFT “NEVER TOO MUCH” HAND PAINTED LEATHER BOWL from Kueng Caputo “COSMIC JUPITER DINNER PLATE” by Diesel Living for Seletti “LUNA” HAND SPUN WOOL RUG 1 Oscar Tusquets from Nanimarquina CORDIER CERAMIC GLAZE, STEEL/COPPER TABLE from,EHsa Strozyk “MY MOON MY MIRROR” TEMPERED GLASS MIRROR by Diesel […] Read more