Interior and architectural projects that include crafts and handlooms showrooms, public art spaces, private residences and low cost and specialized services for the tourism sector. This work continues to be guided by the use of traditional handicrafts and handloom skills in a contemporary context, and has been published in major journals around the world.
The Jaya He Museum at T2, Mumbai has set out to evolve an unprecedented public platform repositioning the excellence of India’s arts and crafts with a dynamic interface of her design-led creative enterprises. Evocative scenographies within a uniquely engineered architectural precinct have co-created pride for heritage covering a vast cultural canvas, unleashing imaginative possibilities rooted in the legacy of a nation determined to enhance its rich history. The Museum program highlights the potential of Public-private partnership/collaboration to build a sustainable future for India’s traditional forms creating original content with an edge for global knowledge societies.
Commissioned eminent and emerging Indian artists for a series of thematically conceived public art installations at the Grand Hyatt, Mumbai. These contemporary interpretations evoke the timeless sculpture of Elephanta at the sacred level, and of life in India’s busiest metropolis at the level of the profane.
Eight linked art installations for the courtyards & public spaces of Laxmi Machine Works’ corporate headquarters.
Rajeev Sethi designed and commissioned artists for the home to many branches of the Shah family Designed by Rajeev Sethi, the house of Rajesh and Bansri, Suketu and Czaee, and their mother Jyoti Shah, in Mumbai, was created by more than 500 artisans and artists working together for over a decade. It also celebrated the combined talents of Manjit Bawa, Vivan Sundaram, Nalini Malini and Bhupen Khakhar.
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