When Ginger & Jagger was launched in Europe three years ago, the brand decided to handcraft furniture and décor artefacts that embodied its design ethos: to push the boundaries of creativity. River washed pebbles, leaves, branches and twigs – nature was Ginger & Jagger’s strongest muse.
Preksha Baid, as a designer uses the philosophy of ‘Y-walls’ that is to look beyond the boundaries to design. Her work reflects an interdisciplinary approach between Art, Architecture and Interior design to define poetics of a space. Graduate from M.A in Textiles Futures, Central Saint Martin’s, London, she continues to research on the sensory experience of spaces and human interaction. […]
Christopher Guy started with a clear objective – to make uniquely beautiful decorative furnishings that appeal to an international audience. Media@ Design Detail, India, 2014