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THE LATEST PIECES BY BENGALURU-BASED FURNITURE MAKER PHANTOM HANDS SHOWCASE ITS ROOTS IN INDIAN MODERNISM
RITUPRIYA BASU

Even the most cursory glance at the modernist pieces of furniture crafted by Phantom Hands is enough to spot the gleam of hand-polished teak and the intricate rattan patterns that have now become synonymous with the studio’s designs. Founded by Deepak Srinath, the studio often collaborates with like-minded international designers, and handcrafts each of its pieces in its workshop in Bengaluru, in close partnership with a team of carpenters, polishers, cane weavers and upholsterers. Back in 2013, Phantom Hands began as an online catalogue for vintage furniture and antiques, but soon transformed into a furniture workshop with a sharp interest in contemporizing artisanal craftsmanship through modest design interventions.

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July - August 2020