Art and design

The large kalamkari by Ajit Kumar Das in the reception was the starting point for the design of Babur. For information on AK Das, contact Kanika Mukerji at

 

The architectural firm, glas, reacted to this contemporary yet tradtional artwork with an honest, open design utilising floor-to-ceiling glass, exposed brick and ducting, cantilevered banquettes, Louis Poulson light pendants and veneered timber. www.glasarchitects.co.uk

 

The two suede and leather triptychs by Sian Lester were inspired by the forms and colours of our kalamkari. Sian has lived in Indonesia and India and may be contacted at

 

 

  • Reception, glas architects, kota blue limestone floor, Louis Poulson pendants
    Reception, glas architects, kota blue limestone floor, Louis Poulson pendants
  • Feature wall, black American walnut veneer boards, glas architects
    Feature wall, black American walnut veneer boards, glas architects
  • Kalamkari, Ajit Kumar Das, natural dyes on cotton cloth
    Kalamkari, Ajit Kumar Das, natural dyes on cotton cloth
  • Sun, triptych, suede on board, Sian Lester
    Sun, triptych, suede on board, Sian Lester
  • Rajasthani print blocks, mounted on silk
    Rajasthani print blocks, mounted on silk
  • Bamboo, one of a triptych, suede and leather with metallic paint, Sian Lester
    Bamboo, one of a triptych, suede and leather with metallic paint, Sian Lester