Orvi Surface, India’s leading home decor brand known for creating bespoke surfaces, recently launched a range of tableware and decorative objects.
True to its brand philosophy, the homeware range too is made from eco-sustainable materials and exhibits impeccable craftsmanship. The intricately handcrafted pieces blur the lines between functionality and grandiose. From edgy accent tables to modern chic tableware, each creation carries an artistic soul. “We are elated to diversify our offerings with the launch of Orvi Home, in response to the changing times and flairs of our customers. We, as a brand, believe that world-class aesthetics and sustainability can coexist to offer refined living in urban homes. Hence, we took our prowess in natural materials and age-old crafts a notch up and worked with some of the finest artisans in India to bring this homeware collection to life. Our unwavering commitment to preserving ancestral saviour faire has led us to vouch for traditional handcraft and art forms. My inspiration has always been to harness the many traditional techniques that have started to disappear due to the economic pressures of the modern world and instead create an environment where we can champion these skills and, by combining them with 21st-century technology,” says Sanjeev Agrawal, CEO and Founder, Orvi Surfaces.
The collection takes its cue from the ‘tender nuances of everyday life, blending organic shapes and earthy tones’. It’s the perfect amalgamation of indigenous materiality with ancient craft techniques and bold designs. Each product or rather masterpiece tells an emotive story. Whether it’s the exquisitely crafted surfaces or the homeware collection, over 60 skilled artisans use varied traditional craft techniques from across the world including stone carving, hand sculpting, intricate metal inlay, stone–in–stone inlay, raku firing etc., to create bespoke & timeless home pieces. Orvi blends creativity with craftsmanship, technology with tradition, and western aesthetics with artisanal crafts from Asia and beyond.