#EDDesignerFind: Mudita Mull’s Geometric collection

APR 20, 2016 | By Tasneem Merchant
CLOCKWISE, FROM TOP LEFT The collection is inspired by Mughal designs and motifs combined with contemporary patterns ; The EDIDA India 2013 winner's creations break away from the usual form of square and rectangles ; The Geometric collection comprises sheesham wood trays with graphic patterns in resin inset.
It’s time to dish it out in style. EDIDA India 2013 winner Mudita Mull recently released the Geometric collection comprising sheesham wood trays with graphic patterns in resin inset. Mughal motifs and monuments such as the Taj Mahal and Humayun’s Tomb inspired this series by the Delhi based designer. “The highly striking and hypnotic elements of Islamic art and design always caught my interest. I was influenced by shapes as I feel geometry is a universal language,” she elaborates.
Her trays do not adhere to the regular forms of squares and rectangles. “I wanted to break the monotony of shapes to bring a sense of the unexpected in this collection. I tried to keep within the lines of geometry and integrate contemporary shapes in a harmonious way,” she adds.
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