Drawing inspiration from an eclectic mix of cultural idioms, each collection attempts to recontextualize traditional crafts and techniques through its unconventional use of materials and abstraction of motifs.
A spiritual exploration of the designer’s ancestral land, Sindh, Shisho (or glass) leads to primitive shapes and clean lines that mirror the rich stones and stories of an earlier time. The primary colours and terracotta tones are drenched in nostalgia yet sophisticated, and consciously crafted in recycled glass and metal to render them anew.
Taking cues from the heady mysticism and multifaceted heritage of the eponymous Spanish region, bold architectural forms are complemented by bidri and stained glass. Light, shadow and negative space result in unexpected, sculptural constructions where forms come to the fore, stripped of unnecessary decoration.