Christian Louboutin Mens' Stores

This masculine, art-deco inspired bench was custom designed in brass for the shoe designer’s mens’ stores in New York and London.

Cliff House, Kerala

Viya’s signature finial sculptures are inspired by the architectural finials that crown temples, mosques, tombs and pagodas. Finials are believed to channel divine energy into the monuments. 

The fluted bell-shaped Mughal light comes in a variety of finishes; here shown in Verdi gris.

The Park Pod, Chennai

The Mughals, who ruled over India during the 15th to 18th centuries, patronized some of the finest art, architecture, object d’art, textiles and jewels that exist in the country today. Fluting was used across materials to produce forms celebrated for their exquisite grace and beauty – the inspiration for Viya’s Mughal Bar for the Pod boutique hotel in Chennai, India – developed in collaboration with Chennai-based design firm Interspace.

Hyatt Amritsar, India

The outdoor sculptures in brass were conceived by Singapore-based design firm Burega Farnell who took inspiration from the lush surroundings of the five star hotel property.

The 2-meter tall yet delicate floating lotus sculpture is an assembly of multiple fin-like leaves which gently move with the wind.

Taj Vivanta, Surajkund

In Indian mythology, the lotus is revered as a symbol of divine beauty, grace and perfection. The unfolding petals of the beautiful water flower represent the expansion of the soul and the blossoming from clay origins suggests spiritual enlightenment. Viya’s Hundred Petal Lotus Sculpture was designed for the spa in Taj Vivanta, Surajkund. 

Inspired from India’s ceremonial hundred leaf Rose this stylized form of the classical lotus is hand crafted by welding together individual sheets of beaten metal in multiple tiers to create a step-like sculpture

Christian Louboutin Mens' Stores

This masculine, art-deco inspired bench was custom designed in brass for the shoe designer’s mens’ stores in New York and London.

Cliff House, Kerala

Viya’s signature finial sculptures are inspired by the architectural finials that crown temples, mosques, tombs and pagodas. Finials are believed to channel divine energy into the monuments. 

The fluted bell-shaped Mughal light comes in a variety of finishes; here shown in Verdi gris.

The Park Pod, Chennai

The Mughals, who ruled over India during the 15th to 18th centuries, patronized some of the finest art, architecture, object d’art, textiles and jewels that exist in the country today. Fluting was used across materials to produce forms celebrated for their exquisite grace and beauty – the inspiration for Viya’s Mughal Bar for the Pod boutique hotel in Chennai, India – developed in collaboration with Chennai-based design firm Interspace.

Hyatt Amritsar, India

The outdoor sculptures in brass were conceived by Singapore-based design firm Burega Farnell who took inspiration from the lush surroundings of the five star hotel property.

The 2-meter tall yet delicate floating lotus sculpture is an assembly of multiple fin-like leaves which gently move with the wind.

Taj Vivanta, Surajkund

In Indian mythology, the lotus is revered as a symbol of divine beauty, grace and perfection. The unfolding petals of the beautiful water flower represent the expansion of the soul and the blossoming from clay origins suggests spiritual enlightenment. Viya’s Hundred Petal Lotus Sculpture was designed for the spa in Taj Vivanta, Surajkund. 

Inspired from India’s ceremonial hundred leaf Rose this stylized form of the classical lotus is hand crafted by welding together individual sheets of beaten metal in multiple tiers to create a step-like sculpture