1) Modern Interior Concepts
Modern Interiors is a comprehensive Interior Designing firm in Chennai specializing in innovative and sustainable interior designs. Being the best interior designers in Chennai, our expertise gives us an edge in the design and planning of interior spaces of various projects to suit client’s budget. Interior designing in Chennai has come of age since modern and beautiful interiors have a great role to play in the beautification of a home. Having completed a wide variety of projects for discerning clients, we believe we have the bandwidth to provide cutting edge designs. With a state of the art factory we endeavour to commit ourselves to a high level of interior design quality and personalized service unique to each project. Blending aesthetics & functionality, combined with proper space utilization, we create living spaces you and your family would be proud to live in. With careful attention to space, style and function we craft Interiors that are unique and reflective of you. Our success is attributable not just to our technical expertise but also our attention to detail, creativity and true professionalism and passion that is part of our DNA. Be it an individual home interior, an apartment interior or interior designing for an individual villa; just be sure to call in the experts – Modern Interiors.
2) Morphogenesis Interior
Established by Sonali and Manit Rastogi in 1996, Morphogenesis is globally recognized for its diverse work that encompasses a range of specialised practice areas – Master Planning, Residential, Commercial, Workplace, Institutional, Hospitality and Houses, through in-house integrated project delivery in Sustainability, Interiors, Landscape, Digital Technologies and Design Management. The practice operates inIndia, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Afghanistan and the UAE.
Tanya Gyani Design is a boutique design firm based in Palo Alto, California.
Tanya’s background is in residential interior design and home decoration.
She was born and raised in India, and a lot of her inspiration comes from the unique textiles and crafts that are a part of the country’s rich heritage. Tanya went to design school in India, Italy and the South of France and went on to work as an interior designer in Dubai, Hong Kong and India before moving to the U.S. Having lived and worked in four countries has been an enriching experience that continues to give her an appreciation for different cultures, aesthetic sensibilities and a global perspective that she brings to her work.
Tanya’s floral arrangements can be seen at select restaurants and Tech companies in Palo Alto. For latest updates on her floral installations and for little stories from her daily life and work follow her on Instagram, where she posts regularly.
Tanya led the design business for Indigo Living in India for almost a decade, and was the chief interior design consultant to one of India’s top real estate developers : DLF, on iconic luxury properties like Magnolias, Aralias and Queen’s Court.
Tanya has designed decorative accessories for retailers like Pottery Barn, Michael Aram, Massimo Dutti, Crate & Barrel etc. Her body of work includes wall art, mirrors, photo frames, boxes, trays, faux botanicals, home scent and candles.
It began at home, like it does with all great things.
I was redecorating my own home, and other related projects, when people started approaching me to design their properties as well. I took the plunge as a hobby, and before I knew it, it turned into a life-long, fulfilling profession for me.
Gauri Khan Designs has been the culmination of a long-standing passion for Interior Design. It came together in less than three months, and it has now been an exciting six years since I undertook this journey.
Each and every piece – right from the lighting to the curios to the furnishings – has been carefully hand-picked, and passed through the fine sieve that is my design sensibility and aesthetic. I have had the great opportunity to travel around the world, and it has onlyexpanded my understanding of diversity in concepts – so, whether it is moods, seasons,colours, or conversations, my exposure over time has helped develop my lens through which I assess objects, rooms, and spaces.A result of young and creative energies coming together, you are set to experience a range of curated pieces in the plane of flooring, décor, accessories, and rugs, as well as the occasional features from Paris and New York.
This project is immensely close to my heart, and is my platform to realise my passion with those who seek the one-offs, and unique concepts in Interior Design. The space is an eclectic mix of custom, and select designer pieces, ranging from antique to the contemporary, and includes a few designs by me.
We believe that Globalization is an opportunity for sharing. It offers stakeholders the opportunity of addressing Global concerns through the diverse expression of Localized responses. This is what drives our work.
Studio Lotus is a multi-disciplinary design practice whose work seamlessly weaves interior and exterior spaces, from large architectural ideas to the smallest of furniture details. The 60-member team at Studio Lotus is from diverse disciplines of Architecture, Interior Design, Exhibition Design, Furniture design, & Graphic Design.
The firm takes a deeply contextual approach to its work and combines this with a strong focus on the tactile and sensory qualities of the space. The design process looks at sustainability through the multiple lenses of cultural, social and environmental impact. There is an active engagement in integrating localized skills and resources with state of the art materials and technologies.
Design Philosophy “We believe that a sustainable experience is seldom about a first “wow” and hence don’t believe in a single “big idea” approach. We explore ways to engage the customer, the way they move through the space and interact with it. We like the fact that designing a space offers the opportunity to build in layers which unfold differently for different people.”
We deal with every design problem at a fundamental level. We don’t believe in getting into a style. We start with trying to define the forces at play and then create the geometry that resolves it.We like taking design to an extreme at the conceptual stage. We find inspiration in ordinary things, everyday events and chance encounters…
Monica Khanna is a reputed interior designer with years of hands on experience to stand her in good stead. She has designed two luxury trains — “The Palace on Wheels’ and ‘The Royal Orient’ – that have won her accolades, recognition, awards, as well and personal compliments from the Maharaja Monica is an astute designer, she has worked on projects for the Rajasthan Tourism, Gujarat Tourism, Citibank, Royal Orchid hotels, as well as many hospitality resorts and hotels, expats, industrialists and individual residences. Currently, she is the principal designer to a team of architects and interior designers at ‘Monica Khanna Designs’. She is also the curator of this leading store for architectural creations, retail and sourcing of products. Hers is a well-equipped consultancy office that extends detailed architectural and interior drawings and project management, backed by technical staff who are knowledgeable about issues of structure, electricals, HVAC, security, plumbing, solar, water recycling, and designing of landscapes. Monica’s expertise also extends to sustainable design and intelligent homes. She has been featured in all the leading magazines and newspapers in India: Mumbai Times, Delhi Times, India Today, Femina, Inside Outside, HT city, Elle Décor, Mumbai Mid Day, Business India, Financial Times, Sunday Standard, Better Homes and Gardens, Ideal Home and Garden, Society Interiors, Asian Age, Better Interiors, India Today Homes, HT Brunch, Deccan Herald, Food and Hospitality World, Design Matrix, Sunday Guardian and many more. As the creative force behind The Delhi Design Store, she says, “My style is to celebrate the eternal. I have a passion for fusing a mélange of colours, textures and design to create something that is stunning in its simplicity. I see The Delhi Design Store as a hub for Design, its execution and sourcing for exquisite furniture and Interior accessories from across the world. There are few enterprises like this —– executing quality designs and adding creative touches through breathtaking aesthetics.”
Sussanne Khan obtained an Associate Art Degree in Interior Design from Brooks College, Long Beach, California in the year 1995, and designed her first project in 1996. Further through the years she has practiced her unique style of interior design.
On Feb 26th, 2011 Sussanne founded and introduced The Charcoal Project, India’s first and most unique design concept store. The store changed the meaning of curated interior design in India. Meticulously created by Sussanne herself, the 14,000 sq. ft. store has two commanding levels and presents lines by premier global and Indian designers Andrew Martin, Abu Jani & Sandeep Khosla, Prateek Jain and Gautam Seth for Klove and her very own hand crafted furniture collection “Sussanne Khan pret home”.
She uses metal, wood, natural fiber’s, concrete, geometric patterns embellishments, all subtly woven together to create what she calls quiet luxe, her signature style; a seamless blend of industrial masculine with feminine edgy chic. Her belief is that luxury is about emotion and design is her tool.
At The Charcoal Project along with a team of Architects, Interior designers, product designers, Sussanne has delivered many conceptual projects in the world of residential private homes, destination villas, commercial offices and model show apartments for various leading real estate companies.
Sussanne resides in Mumbai with her two sons, Hrehaan & Hridaan and believes that through all journeys of life, stand tall and “dare to dream the impossible”.
Aamir and Hameeda Interior Designers (AANDH) deliver chic, refined interiors with luxurious finishes and occasional bursts of daring colour or modern geometrics.
AANDH is headed by the husband wife duo Aamir and Hameeda. Their extensive and versatile body of work ranges from interior design of residences, corporate offices, retail stores and hospitality spaces.
They have in the past decade of practice won up to 20 National and Regional Awards for Excellence in Design including the Hafele Trends Excellence Award in Interior Design in 2016 and 2017 and have won many National and Regional Awards by IIID.
Their minimalistic, urban chic deigns make them stand apart in the residential and retail space design. They make use of a lot of salvaged recyclable material in their various projects and reinterpret them with a quirky and contemporary design sensibility, aka – modern traditionalism.
They love discovering their clients’ vision and approach each project with an open mind to
create something unique. Their interest in global and local trends in fashion, lifestyle, travel and design is reflected in their varied palette of retail spaces, breweries, restaurants and residential projects.
Aamir Sharma is a dynamic yet thoughtful designer whose work is invariably modern ‘with an eclectic twist’. He likes to describe his designs as ‘creative and playful’. He’s also a firm believer that good client relationships improve the creative process and executes a slick, modern look or traditional interiors with equal confidence.
Hameeda Sharma likes to deliver a project with a sense of the unexpected, but respecting her clients’ personalities. She masterminds smart yet subtly glamorous interiors.
Their work is about producing contemporary classic design with transitional notes, creating serene, timeless and elegant interiors.
Their past projects range from individual home owners to hospitality and restaurant chains such as Prost, Urban Asia, F Cafe, to retail spaces like Orion, Suhani Pittie, L.Bajrang Pershad Jewellers, etc.
They were listed as No. 7 in the Forbes List of Interior Designers and Architects to watch out for in 2010.
Their work has appeared and published on the cover pages of many publications like Architectural Digest, Inside Outside, Houzz, India Today, etc. and their projects have also been published in many coffee table books.
The brain behind some of the most prestigious projects and offbeat interiors across India, Shabnam Gupta has created, over some stellar years, spaces that are best described as iconic. But the one role she proudly owns and has grown to love is that of a storyteller par excellence.
An award-winning interior designer, Shabnam started out small with her big dreams in tow. But clarity has always been her forte. Be it in her arresting design and interiors now, or at the tender age of 16 when it was clear to her that she was destined for design. A spectacular journey later, her incredible body of work that includes interiors, styling, and decor for celebrity homes, popular restaurant chains or even stand-out individual spaces, speaks for itself. And it speaks of the visual delights she has created, the originality that flourishes through her design and how she is intent on creating timeless stories, one exclusive and artistically endowed space, at a time.
A flower child at heart, Shabnam has always found peace in the unconventional and a method to the madness of passionate design. She credits her muse, Mother Nature, for this unique line of thinking and unabashed creativity. By combining traditional symbolism and visual elements, Shabnam Gupta mixes and matches an earthy palette with a contemporary soul that’s laced with a rustic edge. All of which is generously interspersed with bursts of refreshing colours to recreate a design aesthetic that has now come to be known as signature Shabnam Gupta
When it comes to Shabnam, everything leads to a new beginning. Like when she conceived, from a scratch, the verdant vacation home in Goa as an ode to Mother Nature or when she moulded, through her idiosyncratic style, the rebellious, rustic, fluid and lavish home of Irrfan Khan. Hailed as a residential masterpiece by experts and connoisseurs alike, it has gone ahead to become the most talked about piece of property in the context of luxury living. More recently, Shabnam has scaled the peaks of success, almost literally, with her gorgeously eccentric interiors for Kangana Ranaut’s majestic mountain retreat. But her design has never been limited to just celebrity homes. From the remarkably edgy interiors of Bar Stock Exchange to nonpareil farmhouses, from the hand-painted walls at the earthy Tanjore Tiffin Room to the intimate and millennial-friendly space of Viman Nagar Socials, and from award-winning apartments to memorable retail outlets like Pepperfry and more, Shabnam Gupta lends her distinctive style to every space she has touched, crafting a poem out of it, in her one-of-a-kind design style.
10) MODUS DESIGN STUDIO
MODUS DESIGN STUDIO
Modus Design Studio is a multi-disciplinary architecture and interior design firm founded by Pinky Pandit in 2012 with a commitment to deliver exceptional design services for clients.
From large architectural projects to furniture details, Modus is an experience. They work coherently with the various parameters to create an experience by integrating the macro and micro facets of design.
Their design process weaves the contemporary with the vernacular creating a characteristic design solution for each of their clients.
With a team of 20 skilled architects & experienced designers under one roof, there’s never a dearth of ideas or expertise. As they say at Modus