After practising independently for over a decade, and solving issues of form, function and aesthetics, both Smita and Moksh Thapar came to the realisation that the impact through design on the user’s life could and should be far deeper and personal than it was. “We realised that the addition of a layer of art over our designs would bridge the gap. And we chose wood as our medium due to its impeccable versatility,” informs Moksh.
“We were moved by the callous treatment of wood, simply because of its abundance,” adds his partner Smita. “It is this commitment to creating the meaningful design, and celebrating wood, that led to the inception of Studio smitamoksh — a research, design and manufacturing studio committed to designing wood products.”
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