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Magari’s exclusive Aayutha collection is an ode to timeless tradition and meaningful living

FEB 25, 2021 | By Team ELLE DECOR India
The Aayutha dining table and Kelir Chair

The Sangam Tamil era, a rich amalgamation of culture and tradition was the root for the beautiful and geometric forms of Tamil Script, which now serves as the inspiration behind the exclusive Aayutha collection by Magari.

A Touch of Tradition
Sample the origins of the historic stone-carving art from Mamallapuram, which create varying textures from granite stone to elevate the senses, with the Aayutha dining table. The low-seated dining table, crafted from solid granite, takes you back through the ages when our ancestors seated themselves on the ground in a demonstration of simplicity and togetherness. The minimalistic design and geometric aesthetics of this collection make it ideal for central placement in the room. So, gather your loved ones around for a unique home experience unlike any other.

Harmony of Materials
While our ancestors primarily used stone and wood to craft furniture, the Aayutha collection pairs brass and other materials to add an exquisite flair and expand the visual aesthetic of these traditional art forms.

Chairs from the Aayutha collection

The low-seated Kelir chairs are a perfect example of this, complete with brass studs and discreetly hidden wheels to add that additional touch of comfort and ergonomics to a design so deeply rooted in tradition.

Seasoned Seaters
Discover seating that has been designed by delicately balancing tradition with ergonomics to create an enamouring interior experience. The flawlessly handcrafted Kalvi armchair takes inspiration from Kelir, but offers a more ergonomic high-seated, upright design.

The Aaram armchair with ottoman

The Aaram armchair is perfect to lay back and catch up on all the reading you’ve been missing out on! Paired with the Aaram Ottoman, this comfortable armchair is versatile enough to blend in perfectly whether it be in your living room or study.

When you are uncorking that fine vintage at the end of a long day, just pour yourself a glass, swirl it around, and settle down on to the Aattam rocking chair, handcrafted from solid wood, and inlaid with brass for that touch of luxury. 

Fabled Tables
The Aayutha collection also brings you a selection of tables to meet your every need. The Kalai console table pairs a polished stone drawer with a robust wooden frame to hold your exquisite vase, display your fondest photographs, or just act as a discreetly elegant storage unit.

The Madhusala console unit

Look towards the Thunai side tables to elevate your bedroom aesthetic. The three-legged design pushes through the table surface with brass inlays to represent the triple-dotted Aayutha letter.

On days you choose to work from home, the Arivu study table walks the fine line between minimal yet functional design. It features removable storage and wooden trays for organizing your workspace, while the ergonomic footrest ensures your posture remains unaffected through long hours of work.

Paai

Is your living room feeling left out? The Mannai centre table carries forth the inspiration behind Aayutha to bring you a monolithic granite design with a contrasting stone finish!

Your Tastes, Exclusive Styles
If you are looking for a dining table that is in harmony with a contemporary lifestyle, Magari has got you covered. The traditionally inspired Aayutha dining set is also available in a more contemporary, high-seating design option to ensure maximum comfort without losing touch with the inspiration behind the collection. Aptly named Suvai, meaning ‘Taste’, it comes with a choice of elegant brass or monolithic stone stands to match your tastes and truly stand out.

Suvai

The versatile Aayutha collection is ideal for any home interior, with its geometric flow as well as the blend of stone and wood. The inspiration from the Tamil script runs deep in the collection. As the triple dotted letter accentuates the script, so does it accentuate the aesthetic of this collection, from the etching on the surface of the dining table to the brass inlays on the Thunai side tables. This brings the various pieces of the collection together to your home’s interiors in harmony.