Since the beginning of her career in the nineties, and the opening of her studio in Paris in 1999, India Mahdavi develops through her achievements a certain vision of happiness and color that she has largely contributed to restoring the scene. Let’s take a look at her best side tables and know a little bit of her background story.
In 2003, India Mahdavi launched her first collection of furniture and inaugurated her showroom, 3 Rue Las Cases. In 2012, she opened her boutique “small objects”, 19 Rua Las Cases, a place intended to promote a palette of know-how furniture design and ancestral techniques as well as a “signature” color chart.
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“To design a space, I listen to it, analyze its constraints, its needs, its particular context. And this is how the IMH Studio works, the human dimension always prevails. I often compare places to people. I like to bring a solution to define, with the costumer, how with all the energy that the place inspires me.” says India Mahdavi.
From the cloister hotel to the gallery at the sketch, from Monaco to LA, India Mahdavi has signed many places, bars, restaurants, clubs, and hotels. At the same time architect and furniture designer, she imposes herself on the contemporary design scene in a singular, eclectic and nomadic way, to celebrate an orient pop in the west.