AD India partners with Sussanne Roshan; creates AD Magical Spaces
AD Architectural Digest India, the world’s design bible, published by the Condé Nast Group, has launched a special design concept called ‘AD Magical Spaces’. Through this initiative, AD India in association with an eminent interior designer will dress up unexpected places in the city with exquisite art and interior design exhibits.
To kick-start the initiative, AD has teamed up with the chic Mumbai home store The Charcoal Project by Sussanne Roshan to unveil the first of AD Magical Spaces today at Palladium, Lower Parel. The exhibit was inaugurated by Sussanne Roshan and Editor of AD, Manju Sara Rajan. With the theme ‘Burgundy Sorbet’, the exhibit is a collection from The Charcoal Project inspired by the romance of the Mumbai Monsoon. It is a plush, inviting lounge with furniture to cosy up on. The exhibit will be on display in the Atrium of the Palladium for public viewing for a week till 30th July, 2012.
Commenting on the occasion, Manju Sara Rajan, Editor of AD, said, “In line with our promise to showcase the most beautiful homes in the world, ‘Magical Spaces’ will bring to life the various elements essential to creating an inspired living space. AD Magical Spaces aims to delight interior design enthusiasts with unconventional exhibits and motivate them to create the homes they have always dreamt of.”
With warm blushing hues mixed with earthy tones, the setting is perfect for a couple in love, watching the rain outside their window. This collection has products made by Sussanne Roshan, like an antiquated leather library sofa and Ottoman table, with a velvet chenille sofa by Andrew Martin with Kilim chairs, and a leather-and-brass chest as side tables and an antique steam engine, all handpicked by Sussanne Roshan.
Sussanne Roshan, proprietor of Charcoal Factory, added, “Architectural Digest is one of the most trusted guides on design, architecture and living. It’s been great working together to launch ‘AD Magical Spaces’- something that is inspirational as well as practical. We have created a furniture installation, which is a replica of a home living room. The ambience created is warm and inviting, created in an eclectic fusion of colours.”
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