The project focused on understanding the core values and design aesthetics, the language of Project 810, and its furniture and interiors. It also recognised the factors that can help in building or retaining visual identity for the studio. The project also appreciated design movements from the past and tried decoding and implementing its elements to the proposed furniture series. The project helped to understand forms better and how even a subtle difference can alter the entire language of the range. Apart from the secondary research and market study, the design process included the initial conceptualisation, which did not simply mean developing a piece of furniture but creating a unique form and material language for the range to the final prototyping. It comprised sampling, testing, experimenting, costing and the final fabrication, and finishing of the products.
Keywords: brutalism, furniture, Indian design aesthetics, luxury, product range