ART & ACCESSORIES: ALLURING ACCENTS

Elle Decor India|April - May 2020

ART & ACCESSORIES: ALLURING ACCENTS
From whimsical decoratives to inspiring artworks—featuring our curation of indigenous labels that pushed the design envelope

SUNIL SETHI DESIGN ALLIANCE

Helmed by Sunil Sethi, this venture explores new business opportunities, devises strategies and creates innovative products. Its foray into bespoke home decor celebrates modern India as dynamic and multifaceted. Website: sunilsethi.in

CRAFT BETON

This brand unveiled its new collection of lifestyle products, basins and wall coverings that are contemporary yet functional. Its cement-based masterpieces include the Gracile lamp, the Seychelles, Nomia and Nautilus coffee tables, the Origami basin and the Troika wall covering. Website: www.craftbeton.com

DAUM BY EMERY STUDIO

Specialising in bespoke decorative lighting, tableware and home decor solutions, Emery Studio unveiled Daum, the legendary French glassmaker known for its exquisite crystal vases, statement decor pieces, and jewellery. From Ecole de Nancy and Art Nouveau to Art Decoratif, Majorelle, Dali, and more, the collections showcased an array of aesthetics and colour palettes. Website: www.emerystudio.in

PORTSIDECAFE FURNITURE STUDIO

Bobby Aggarwal’s design firm showcased the Boheme Chic 2020 Collection comprising statement furniture pieces. These have been made using innovative materials and techniques like blackened wood, hand-stained leather, metal finishes, unique stitching and vibrant colours. Website: www.portsidecafe.com

TRIBAL ART FORM

Indigenous artworks, as a part of a collaboration between contemporary galleries Exhibit 320 and Blueprint12, made up this exhibit. We loved the antique bronze Bhuta Masks from south Karnataka, displayed among other folk pieces. Website: www.tribalartforms.com

APPARAO GALLERIES

The Chennai established gallery presented its dynamic Still Life showcase, which included a diverse assortment of contemporary paintings, photographs, ceramics, ancient objects, sculptures, textiles and crafts. They evoked the work of Dutch masters with their mystery, drama and realistic renderings, combined with a Cabinet of Curiosities aesthetic. Website: www.apparaogalleries.com

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April - May 2020