Imagined as "bubble dreams", India Mahdavi's Bubbles collection for Maison Vervloet embodies the alliance between simplicity and femininity, through the intersection of pure and absolute geometric shapes: the sphere and the cylinder.
Gently perched, like birds on a branch, they transport us in their song.
Curved shapes are for me the real antidote to all that is cold, bland, to all that which disrupts the natural beauty of life.
Architect and designer, India Mahdavi is based in Paris. Her studio, created in 2000, is known for the diversity of its international projects which explore the fields of architecture, interior design, scenography, furniture and object design. She likes to define herself as polychrome and polyglot.