I've noticed that I have been focusing quite a lot on international designers and their projects, and while that will still continue, I also wanted to highlight some of our own, homegrown talent. So with this in mind, I'm starting a new section in the blog which focuses on showcasing young Indian designers who are going places.
To kick off this section I'm really happy to be able to show you the work of my friend and fellow IED alumni, Kunal Shah. Kunal founded Kunal Shah Designs in 2004. This boutique design firm believes in a restrained and understated design aesthetic that focuses on subtle nuances and finer details. I love the clean lines and almost minimalist feel to the spaces he creates. They are very contemporary and yet unmistakably Indian.
Kunal travels a lot and often draws inspiration from his travels and his other passion, art. He is inspired by the works of Geoffrey Bawa, John Pawson, Gaudi and Bijoy Jain. Here are a few select images of the firm's work...
[All images courtesy- Kunal Shah Designs]