Gwalior stones laid in Origami pattern

Instead of placing the natural stones in normal format, Amrita and Joya have beautifully twisted the laying pattern with inspiration from Origami. This wall is the focal point of a drawing room.

Instead of placing the natural stones in normal format, Amrita and Joya have beautifully twisted the laying pattern with inspiration from Origami. This wall is the focal point of a drawing room.

Client: Rohit Modi (Ashiana Builders)
Designers: Amrita Guha and Joya Nandurdikar
Firm: Untitled Design Consultant, New Delhi
www.untitleddesign.org

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