AD Architectural Digest India has launched a design concept called 'AD Magical Spaces'. Through this initiative, AD India, in association with an eminent interior designer, will dress up unexpected places in the city with exquisite art and interior design exhibits.
Sussanne Roshan is the first interior designer AD tapped to kick-start this venture. The magazine teamed up with the owner of the chic Mumbai home décor store, The Charcoal Project, and unveiled it's first Magical Spaces at the Palladium in South Mumbai.
With the theme 'Burgundy Sorbet', the exhibit is a collection from The Charcoal Project that is apparently inspired by the romance of the city's monsoons. There are warm blushing hues mixed with earthy tones, almost perfect for a couple. The collection has products made by Sussanne Roshan, like an antiquated leather library sofa and Ottoman table, with a velvet chenille sofa by Andrew Martin with Kilim chairs, and a leather-and-brass chest as side tables and an antique steam engine.
Sussanne says that she has created a furniture installation, which is a replica of a home living room.
Clearly, it is a plush lounge, and the exhibit will be on display in the foyer of Palladium for public viewing until July 30.
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