Carefully tucked away in the quiet neighbourhoods of Lutyens’ Delhi is French interior designer Christian Liaigre’s latest and rather well-kept secret. The modernist home, which reinvents the interiors of centuries-old Indian palaces, is Liaigre’s first project in India, and an adventurous one at that. Spread across a sweeping 46,000 square feet, the house took over seven years to complete, and became one of the final projects Liaigre worked on at the close of his 35-year-long career at his eponymous Paris studio. Famed for designing private residences for Karl Lagerfeld, Bryan Adams and Calvin Klein, Liaigre retired in 2016, and handed over the reins of the design studio to long-time collaborator Frauke Meyer.
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