All That Jazz, at New Delhi, by Mantra One

Mantra One

Mantra One

All that Jazz – A collection of bespoke, luxury furniture by Mantra One

Mantra One is a leading luxury lifestyle company that has been offering bespoke furniture since 2011. The 10 year old design-house has launched a new line of luxury collection that celebrates unexpected colours and unique material combinations, Mantra One stretches the boundaries of art, engineering and design to create exquisite contemporary furniture. From conceptualization to installation, the company goes the extra mile by offering design consultancy and crafting custom made products to make ‘dream homes’. The collection offers from designer sofas to an array of luxury beds, bars, tables and more.  

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This collection showcases a new perspective on luxurious furniture 

Mantra One is a leading luxury lifestyle company that has been offering bespoke furniture since 2011. The 10 year old design-house has launched a new line of luxury collection that celebrates unexpected colours and unique material combinations, Mantra One stretches the boundaries of art, engineering and design to create exquisite contemporary furniture. From conceptualization to installation, the company goes the extra mile by offering design consultancy and crafting custom made products to make ‘dream homes’. The collection offers from designer sofas to an array of luxury beds, bars, tables and more.  

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 All That Jazz is a collection of stories. Inside each furniture piece lies a timeless tale of Indian tradition, culture, innovation and technology. Written by Jatin Kapoor, these stories are a range of luxury furniture pieces that are contemporary yet functional. The storytellers are their craftsmen that breathe form, artistry, detail and purpose into each creation. Like most Indian crafts, metalworking is a time-honoured tradition, passed down from one generation to the next. From the bidri work of Andhra Pradesh to the brassware of Moradabad, India’s expert craftsmen work wonders with metal. The design house has given a new lease of life to the old-school art of Indian metalworking by translating it into spectacular craft-intensive furniture with universal aesthetics.

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Each piece of furniture is a medley bringing together varied materials in the design process to add to the character with contrasting textures and unique finishes. Techniques such as fusion of metal and wood, contrast of glossy and Matt surfaces, uniquely tinted wood as well as leather accents have been used to make the furniture come alive. The colours are understated and neutral with little pockets of pop to add accent. The design house is a one stop solution from a-z of design from conceptualization to the final installation.

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The collection includes monoco dining table features distinctive spiral legs in stainless steel with a brass finish, Valentina couch, Agate chair, I’m bored bed and Flute bar is ideal for homes that desire a sleek and compact bar unit, which is still functional and beautifully designed.

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A creative embodiment of the ‘Make in India’ movement, evry furniture piece from the collection can be tailored down to the last detail- from materials, finishes, upholstery fabrics and framework.

Project Facts –

Name of the Project : All That Jazz

Name of the Firm :  Mantra one

Project Location:  New Delhi

Name of the Principal Jatin Kapoor

Project types: Small Residential Project

Project Status : Completed

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