Seven Pillars Design Studio launched in Bengaluru
By Retail4Growth Team | September 05, 2019
The store specializes in providing expert guidance on styling retail spaces, homes, cafes, restaurants and pretty much any space that needs uplift.
Seven Pillars Design Studio, an interior styling boutique, has launched its store in Bengaluru. Strategically located in Koramangala 6th Block, the boutique is curated to help people experience and understand the aesthetics of interior designing. The store is launched by architect siblings Garima and Akshay, who share a common love – to create and curate art pieces.
Influenced by the global cultures and the elements of Indian sensibilities, the store has an array of collections that consist of carefully curated sculptures, premium furniture, decorative rugs & carpets, accent lighting, unconventional modern pieces of furniture and one-of-a-kind art pieces. The store, according to the company, specializes in providing expert guidance on styling retail spaces, homes, cafes, restaurants and pretty much any space that needs uplift. Apart from their array of collection, the store has a space for workshops, events and exhibitions.
Commenting on the store launch, Akshay Kumar, co-founder of Seven Pillars Design Studio stated, “Our goal is to bring art that defines your personality and adds a luxurious charm to your space. Each piece you see in our boutique is handpicked by us from local craftsmen and each piece has its own charismatic story. Our vision is to revive past traditions and art forms with an urban touch.”
“We believe that the open-spaced store will help people to not only experience art but also understand it, as it is vital if you are looking to create a space of your dreams,” said Garima Kumar, co-founder of Seven Pillars Design Studio.
This space is open to host varied sorts of workshops, showcases, events, and exhibitions. Seven Pillars Design Studio are available to anyone who wants to do pop-ups or even come and sell their products in the store.
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