India Mahdavi studio is known for the diversity of its international projects. The interiors she creates are elegant, fluid, and reflect the essence of their location. Mahdavi has become an exclusive brand, offering a complete philosophy, based on a special vocabulary: high-end, joyful, nomadic, chic, elegant, ‘art de Vivre’. She is the reigning queen of color.
Located on the North Beverly Drive in Los Angeles, this is one of her most recent projects. In this 2017 amazing project, the main concept behind is Marie-Antoinette makes a stop at Hollywood, in a French pop garden.
Greenery is the Pantone Color for the year 2017, and we believe that India must have taken this suggestion of the color Institute as an inspiration fo this project.
The mesmerizing green shade e followed by different geometric patterns (walls and floor), that at the first sight might not be a match, but as a matter of fact, they work very well together.
photos © sam frost
photos © trevor tondro
You can find this project in Quai Des Bergues in Genève, Swizerland. The main concept of this 2016 project is a garden of sweets that celebrates the encounter of the French grove and gluttony.
The sofas are beautiful not only in color but also in shape.
photos © annik wetter
This fascinating restaurant is located in the mesmerizing London city. This project dates from 2014, but it is still one of the most impressive works of this top interior designer. The client was Mourad Mazouz and the artwork was from David Shrigley.
This incredible restaurant has had international recognition and has won many awards such as best London restaurant + best UK restaurant/restaurant and bar design awards 2015
best restaurant (relax & consumer category) / great indoors awards (frame magazine) 2015
the best restaurant in Mayfair / time out loves London awards 2015
Another very distinctive project by India is without a doubt the Germain. You can visit this restaurant in Saint Germain des Prés, Paris, France.
This interior design project was conducted back in 2009 for the client Thierry Costes and it counted with a surface of 370 m2.