Spatial Planning and Furniture

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November 2021

When our client approached us with the project, we had long discussions about how the master bedroom must be and the recurring ideas were that of using local crafts. The idea of introducing Kasuti work was that of the client’s. We started our research by finding artisans for the same and found our crafts people through Ind Eclectic, a sustainable soft furnishing
studio. Their weavers in Dharwad were proficient in Kasuti work and hence we started the almost 6 month long process of sampling designing and finally executing. Since the bed head would not be used too roughly and would highlight the work, we decided to design the bed around this. The off-white linen fabric proved a perfect backdrop for the delicate stitches of
Kasuti.

The room was to also have a lounge chair, a study table for quick email checks and a clothes rack. The lounge chair from our Temple Tree collection was the perfect blend of traditional yet minimal design and fit well into the design scheme. The fabric for the Lounge chair and ottoman was block printed through Ind Eclectic in an ochre and blue temple border pattern on the same off-white linen fabric. We continued this onto the foot bench as
well.The side tables and study sports a beautiful brass handle detail with hints of modern lines. The clothes rack was also designed along the same lines.

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Kasuti Bed
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Kasuti Bed and Temple Tree Bench
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Kasuti Bed
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Temple Tree Lounge Chair
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