The modern aesthetic norms are challenged by a design project that incorporates traditional Indian arts and crafts into a hospitality space. The project utilizes a range of design processes such as spatial planning and visualization, market research, user analysis, material and texture study, conceptualization, prototyping and user experience design to achieve its goals. These techniques and principles are integrated to create a harmonious and cohesive space that not only preserves and promotes India's rich cultural heritage but also caters to the needs and preferences of the users.
Through the creation of the world's first Indian Folk and Tribal Art hotel, artisans got a chance to collaborate with designers and architects to create a fusion of art and design while retaining the originality of their work. This project provides economic opportunities to them, as their work is showcased in a high-profile and unique space that attracts a diverse range of visitors. and increase demand for their products and service.