Top 5 Indian Interior Designers you can follow
Interior Designing is a field with creativity and innovative skills at its peak. From an empty space of area to an highly mesmerizing interior, the skills possessed by the Designers and the aesthetic sense needed to propel the outlook of an environment is some expertise. Check out the Top 5 Indian Interior Designers prevailing the Industry:
- Tanya Gyani:
Tanya Gyani is an Indian Designer whose productivity of work is spread across the world in several countries. Born and raised in India, She graduated from the National Institute of Fashion Technology in New Delhi, India and completed her Masters in Interior Design from Florence. Her experience of working in Dubai, Hong Kong, US and India has served her with ingenious and top knotch skills and has brought a global prospect to her style of interior designing. Floral Designs, Interior Design and Product Design are Tanya’s strongholds in Interior Designing. She was the Chief Interior Design Consultant to DLF; one of India’s top real estate developers and on exemplary leisure properties like Manolias, Aralias and Queen’s Court.
- Ambrish Arora:
Ambrish Arora has an experience of 30 years in the Interior Designing field and primarily is interested in the role of design in the society. Being the member of the CII National Committee on Design, he is the executive board of the Jawahar Kala Kendra, and currently working on co-founding a new School of Design. During his working career, he trained and worked as a boat designer before he switched to Spatial Design. Along with Sidhartha Talwar and Ankur Choksi, he founded Studio Lotus in 2002 which was acknowledged as a thought leader in the country for their work in the domain of Architecture and Spatial Design. Its work has been internationally-recognized – winning among others: the World Holiday building of the year at the World Architecture Festival & World Architecture News awards, the Creative Reuse Category Winner – INSIDE Awards at World Architecture Festival Berlin and several other awards and recognitions.
- Sunita Kohli:
Sunita Kohli, born in Lucknow did her schooling at a Roman Catholic convent and graduated in English Literature from the Delhi University. Though she is an autodidact with no formal training in design, she was awarded the Padma Shri in 1992 and was the first Indian to give an illustrated lecture at the prestigious National Building Museum in Washington DC in 2003. She is also the President of K2INDIA and a research-based interior designer who is an honorary co-expert consultant for the Integrated Development of the Samadhi Complex in New Delhi and the Samadhi to the late former Prime Minister, Shri Rajiv Gandhi in Sriperumbudur. She was one among the top rated interior designers in India in 2015 and one of her most reputed projects is the restoration of Rashtrapati Bhawan in 2016.
- Rajeev Sethi:
Rajeev Sethi is quite a known figure in the Interior Designing Industry and an art curator as well. He is well known for his phenomenal designs across the world and is South Asia’s leading designer who has been credited for his creative contribution to preserving and celebrating the subcontinent’s rich cultural heritage. His experience of more than 35 years has helped him evolve his skills in a much more innovative way with a touch of traditional fragrance towards the art. The worthy years he spent in Paris, mentored by designers like Ray and Charles Eames and eminent Gandhians like Mrs Chottapadhya and Pupul Jayakar who encouraged him to direct his talents to India. In the year 1960, he designed Delhi’s first discotheque, Cellar at Regal Building, Connaught Place and was also the curator and founder-chairman of the Asian Heritage Foundation. The Art Walk at the brand new T2 terminal in Mumbai was also a special contribution towards the field. In the year 1986, he was awarded the Padma Bhushan by the Government of India
- Sussanne Khan:
Sussanne Khan, an Interior fashion designer and entrepreneur is a well known figure in the industry for her scintillating works. She obtained an Art Associate Degree in the interior designing in 1995 from the Brooks College in USA and started her career as a interior designer by the year 1996. In the year 2011, she got along with a fellow interior designer who is also a well recognised film producer, Gauri Khan to launch The Charcoal Project foundation in Mumbai, which is the first interior fashion design store in India which is also considered as the most popular design store in India. The uniqueness in her work is because she uses metal, wood, natural fibers, concrete, geometric patterns embellishments which are subtly woven together to create what she calls quiet luxe and her signature style. She believes that luxury is all about emotion and design is her forte.