SIONNAH - Boutique Store
Inspired by traditional Indian architecture, this boutique store was designed to bring forth these elements and form in a manner of understated opulence. Keeping true to a muted tone throughout the space, bold, gold accessories like dramatic over-sized chandeliers, clothing display as well as lighting fixtures become predominant highlights throughout the space. Traditional mouldings, upturned arches clubbed with a simple suspended ballerina bust for window display added an inviting ,intriguing edge to the space without dominating the clothing. The store being on the first floor of a building overlooking one of the most bustling roads of Mumbai, ceiling design as well as dominant suspended elements were paramount in the store's marketing strategy.
-In association with Saniya Kantawala Design
Creating space dynamics by erecting pseudo architectural elements such as the arches.
Minimal window display to compliment the heavy interiors.
gold plated rods created a prominent highlight in the space.
The store's core demographic being the wedding/special occasions market, the split oval seating created here invites a family discussion,or client -designer interaction. Being part of one solid shape the seating is compact and can be pulled together when not in use to increase movement space.
Delicate moldings clubbed with an intricate mirror and sconces
Custom door handles on traditional French doors greets the customers