AD Architectural Digest India|December 2019
“I love brass—whether in objects or furniture—so I asked myself, ‘Why can I not have this design rendered in it?’” says Chiki Doshi, co-owner of antiques house Mahendra Doshi. Named the ‘Jeanneret’ office chair after its original maker, this beauty weighs approximately 18 kilograms, and can be ordered from the brand’s Malabar Hill workshop in Mumbai.
In 2018, Script was launched as an affordable, premium home furniture brand from the house of Godrej. This ‘Lunar’ mug in charcoal grey was designed for the brand by Mumbai-based ceramic artist Rekha Goyal. Both microwave- and dishwasher-safe, the handcrafted stoneware mug was created using the single-fire technique, and is part of the brand’s Lunar tableware collection.
In the summer of 2017, wedding whisperer Sabyasachi Mukherjee launched his eponymous jewellery line, giving to-be brides (and grooms) even more reasons to celebrate. This choker is part of his Urbanite collection, which uses heritage jewellery crafting techniques and unusual stone pairings to create an eclectic bohemian style. This piece, set in 18-carat gold, is embellished with uncut diamonds, opals, peridot, tourmalines, cat’s eyes and pearls.
This hand-glazed ceramic ‘Duck’ bowl is a product of two-year-old Danish design brand 101 Copenhagen. The bowl is part of the brand’s Duck series, consisting of vases, bowls and pots that each reflect 101 Copenhagen’s dedication to a Scandinavian aesthetic influenced by the Japanese approach to materials and techniques.
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