This document is a compact yet detailed description of the graduation project by Ashish Kumar who is pursuing his master’s degree at the National Institute of Design. The project was completed under guidance of Mr. Pravinsinh Solanki and the sponsorship and support of PortsideCafe Furniture Studio, New Delhi. During my first few days at PortsideCafe, the first thing I did was try to understand the team, how a design setup works, the quality of the furniture they made, and their sense of aesthetics. I also tried to use the resources that were already there to get used to this new environment. Being given a such setting will unavoidably cause one to understand that the occupation of a furniture planner isn’t just limited to simply making furniture but on the other hand is to have the option to decipher those plans, ensure the item planned is practical and guarantee that the assets and work are warily and create a comprehensive modern experience effectively over the following 6 months. Making and managing a workspace with a team of artisans successfully in a mutually beneficial learning environment was a solid conclusion to a journey that I believe every designer ought to go through. My observation and communication skills are sharpened by working with local artisans and selecting hardware by contacting local vendors. I was able to expand my range of abilities as a result, which in turn led to profound growth and learning. With the consistent help and devoted direction from my mentor Pravinsinh Solanki, I had the option to place in my most extreme exertion in the undertaking’s satisfaction. The whole span of the graduation project at PortsideCafe has been an open door with bunches of involvement and openness to the plan business and is reflected through the course of the record.