Indian handicrafts with contemporary design: Ethic, Ethnic and Ecology by Sahil and Sarthak

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Two young Indian designers, Sahil and Sarthak Sengupa Bagga, have founded Sarthak Sahil Design Co with the firm conviction that Ethic, Ethnic and Ecology can be interwoven with our contemporary lifestyle. The two designers make customized products, furniture and lighting fittings, many of them unique, trying to save and preserve local traditions. Their relationship and the joint projects with the local artisans provide an exchange and a mutual gain, sustaining the tradition in this manner. Their works made entirely by hand, are vibrant and embellish any decor. The supplies are conceived on metal frame and beautifully hand woven with pieces of colored fabric recycled and spun into ropes. Worked in a range of colors, the most various chairs and tables designed by the two designers are versatile and bright, bringing warmth and joy into any space, whether it is outdoor or indoor.

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In recognition of their efforts and their creations, the two designers were selected finalists for the British Council’s YCE awards, their achievements being presented in several events such as Milan furniture fair, ambiente fair Frankfurt and alchemy festival London. In 2012, they received the Elle Décor International design award and their products continue to be showcased at museums such as the Triennale design museum Milan and the V & A museum London. In the contiguous images we have a couple of beautiful handicrafts realized by Sahil Bagga and Sarthak Sengupa. More information about their projects on Sahil & Sarthak website.

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