Bringing form interior design to an inanimate object is one of the highest callings of interior design. Michelangelo once said, “I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.”
What greater joy than to give life and form where previously there was none? Wrought iron is twisted to release a candelabrum. A block of wood is chipped at until it releases a rocking chair. Cane endures a myriad of cuts and weaves to release a bedside table. And the collective element of a living space is persisted with until its true meaning is released. It is this worship of form that we bring to the workplace every day at The Interia – Interior Designers in Delhi.