Zardozi Façade

Yogita Kadam - Boutique Store

Zardozi Façade
Zardozi Façade

Zardozi work fabric sandwiched in glass makes the facade

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Cashier
Cashier

Ornate mirrors and hand carved wooden mouldings adorned with classic indian motifs ,topped off with an antique haveli style chandelier adds another dramatic dimension to the space.

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Entry
Entry

The clothes rack is inspired from traditional Indian "jhoolas" (swings)

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Zardozi Light Installation
Zardozi Light Installation

Trial Room and Bridalwear Room with zardozi installations

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Exclusive Bridal Wear Zone
Exclusive Bridal Wear Zone

Lamps and doors upholstered in fabric exclusively designed by the designer showing off her rich zardozi work.

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Storage Cabinet
Storage Cabinet

Hand painted mural clubbed with bronze mosaic mirrors on the storage cabinet celebrated more of the authentic Indian culture.

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Zardozi work pendent lights
Zardozi work pendent lights

Exclusively designed by the fashion designer.

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Window Display
Window Display

A space with interiors as dramatic as these required a window display showcasing its own story in character in an equally spirited manner.

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 An exclusive boutique store located in one of the most popular areas of Mumbai, gave us the privilege of collaborating with a fashion designer specializing in the ancient art of Zardozi work. We decided to allow the art to sing throughout the space in various forms.

The façade was graced with the designer's stunning Zardozi work fabric to allow her design identity to become the identity of the store itself.

Lamps and doors received similar treatments. The hand carved wooden moldings on the wall were inspired by patterns commonly used in the art work . Ornate mirrors, antique "Haveli" style chandelier and vintage Indian wood carved furniture along with various clothing displays inspired by traditional  Indian elements envelopes this space in a modernized version of  a vintage old world charm perfectly celebrating an ancient art form.

-In association with Saniya Kantawala Design.