Carving Lavishness With Vernacular Materials | Little Acre by Poonam Sethi | Interior Facts, Panipat


Carving Lavishness With Vernacular Materials | Little Acre by Poonam Sethi | Interior Facts, AbPanipat | Voice of Architecture | Building Material Reporter

About The Project:

ID Poonam Sethi runs a design firm, Interior Facts in Panipat. Quite recently she completed a hospitality-related project, called Little Acre which includes a cafe, banquet hall, restaurants, and a few sets of rooms. Keeping sustainability in mind and also because of the then ongoing Covid situation, she used a lot of vernacular materials for the project. 

Despite sourcing most of her materials locally, the interiors of all these spaces turned out to be really lavish and gorgeous. We have played with a lot of artwork in this Cafe the old novel concept is part of this cafe, reveals Sethi about her design process of the cafe. For the banquet called Ambresh, Sethi created a beautiful sitting arrangement and used wallpapers by Sabyasachi for a jazzy appeal and royal look.

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