Indian Inspiration

Trends Trends & Culture - October 16th, 2009
one: Another magnificent sculpture courtesy of Viya Home, these fluted
tea light finials are designed with the ‘India modern’ concept in mind. Fill
each flower with tea lights and enjoy the dramatic effect of light and shadow
created by their towering height and glittering finish.
Viya Home, www.viyahome.com.
two: Halo Asia, a world leader in luxury furniture and old fashion trunks,
adds a bit of color to its product lineup with this fantastic one-of-a-kind trunk.
Made of sturdy leather, metal hardware and durable woven tapestry fabric,
this piece is sure to be a standout in any space.
Halo Asia, (www.haloasia.com), ¥76,000.
three: The sleek, modern design of these ‘flame’ sculptures will make a
striking accent to any home or office. Made using traditional Indian handicraft
techniques, they come in both silver and bronze colors and a variety of sizes.
Viya Home, www.viyahome.com.
four: These beautiful beaten brass stools are created by design experts Vikram
and Divya Goyal of Viya home. The sculptural, lotus flower-inspired shape means
that they can be used as both art and seating. Take the designers’ advice and pair
them with old wooden furniture pieces, fossil stools or tribal benches.
Viya Home, www.viyahome.com.
five: Choose a bold statement piece to create a striking focal point on an
otherwise plain wall. These wall sculptures are influenced by traditional
Indian architecture and design, and will be a highlight in any room. Available
in a variety of sizes.
Viya Home, www.viyahome.com.
six: Named after the majestic fortress in Spain, these Alhambra stools are
made by stacking various sizes of flower-shaped metal plates, creating a
unique and uneven pattern. They can be used both indoors and outdoors, and
will add a touch of sophistication to any spot.
Viya Home, www.viyahome.com.

by Melissa Forester

one:

Another magnificent sculpture courtesy of Viya Home, these fluted tea light finials are designed with the ‘India modern’ concept in mind. Fill each flower with tea lights and enjoy the dramatic effect of light and shadow created by their towering height and glittering finish.

Viya Home, www.viyahome.com.

two:

Halo Asia, a world leader in luxury furniture and old fashion trunks, adds a bit of color to its product lineup with this fantastic one-of-a-kind trunk.  Made of sturdy leather, metal hardware and durable woven tapestry fabric, this piece is sure to be a standout in any space.

Halo Asia, (www.haloasia.com), ¥76,000.

Trunk in Halo Asia

three:

The sleek, modern design of these ‘flame’ sculptures will make a striking accent to any home or office. Made using traditional Indian handicraft  techniques, they come in both silver and bronze colors and a variety of sizes.

Viya Home, www.viyahome.com.

‘Flame’ sculptures

four:

These beautiful beaten brass stools are created by design experts Vikram and Divya Goyal of Viya home. The sculptural, lotus flower-inspired shape means that they can be used as both art and seating. Take the designers’ advice and pair them with old wooden furniture pieces, fossil stools or tribal benches.

Viya Home, www.viyahome.com.

Sculptural lotus shape by Vikram and Divya Goyal

five:

Choose a bold statement piece to create a striking focal point on an otherwise plain wall. These wall sculptures are influenced by traditional Indian architecture and design, and will be a highlight in any room. Available in a variety of sizes.

Viya Home, www.viyahome.com.

Wall sculptures, Indian design

six:

Named after the majestic fortress in Spain, these Alhambra stools are made by stacking various sizes of flower-shaped metal plates, creating a  unique and uneven pattern. They can be used both indoors and outdoors, and will add a touch of sophistication to any spot.

Viya Home, www.viyahome.com.

Alhambra stools