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A Sotally Tober Facade in Bangalore

If the studio were to be inspired by a name, then “Sotally Tober” would have had to be the first! The facade with its gravity defying chairs will make anyone, inebriated or not, stop in their tracks.

Client: Karthik, Prathna & Nidhi
Designer: FADD Studio, Bangalore
Status: Completed
Area: 5000 sqft
Location: Koramangla, Bangalore

If the studio were to be inspired by a name, then “Sotally Tober” would have had to be the first! The facade with its gravity defying chairs will make anyone, inebriated or not, stop in their tracks. The feeling of surprise is only elevated after entering the space, which is completely covered in Jackson Pollok style drips, sprays and splashes. Each seating cluster is unique with it’s own colour and its very own suspended lights. Most lights are elements picked from the kitchen whisks, ramekins, baking trays, mason jars, bottles, and even teapots!! To break some of the colour blocks, some chairs are also handsprayed with vibrant colours. This quirky, bold and all-encompassing concept of soft splashes and sprays of blues and grays lend Sotally Tober a totally cool vibe with energy, rhythm and drama.

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