Cushions, designed by French architect and interior designer India Mahdavi. The Bonbon cushions are a reference to childhood’s licorice sweets – candy that possess a mesmerizing graphic quality. The chromatic and geometric plays on the cushion’s facets multiply the possible ways to coalesce forms and tints. The BonBon cushions have the power to lift an interior with a dab of colour.
Since the opening of her studio in 2000, architect and interior designer India Mahdavi has been recognised for the diversity of her international projects, which explore the fields of architecture, interior design, scenography, furniture, and object design. Her studio, petits objets boutique, showroom and project room – a place about free expression – are all based in one single street in Paris, rue Las Cases.
India Mahdavi is known for creating unique environments, combining a modern sense of comfort and elegance with colour and humour. Often referred to as ‘the Queen of Colour’ and describing herself as Polyglotte and Polychrome, India Mahdavi offers a special vocabulary that is joyful, cosmopolite and elegant at the same time. Read more